October Newsletter

YEAH, WHAT THEY SAID!

When you know your audience, your audience knows.
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Importance of Social Media Target Audiences

A social media target audience is a group of people that you’ve identified by their attributes that you want to appeal to. This can be based on demographics such as age, job title, income level, education, location, or behavior. For your social media marketing efforts, your audience will be the key to a lot of your decision making. Knowing who your audience is, on every level, will help you speak to them in a way that engages their interest and develops loyalty with your brand. Read the full article to learn just how important a social media target audience can be!

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    SEO STATS:

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    TECHNICAL JARGON:

    What do you call a reptile that starts fights over social media?
    An InstaGator”

    Our Featured Partner:

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    SMS-Magic provides intelligent text messaging solutions for businesses. They empower text messaging users to engage, win and retain more buyers, creating strong relationships that drive sustainable competitive advantage.

    Babylon Solutions has done multiple implementations with SMS Magic as it seamlessly integrates with Salesforce. Rather than using SMS-Magic as a bulk SMS tool, we believe that by creating a strategy of lead nurturing - based on where a customer is in the sales journey and time that the customer has been there - we can create trigger-based messaging that increases engagement of the customer for our clients.

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    If you would like to know more about SMS-Magic and how Babylon Solutions can help you transform client communication, please don’t hesitate to contact us today!

    USELESS TRIVIA:

    The little dot above a lowercase "i" and "j" has a name.

    While many other languages include written accents throughout their alphabets, English only has two letters that include a "diacritic dot," according to Dictionary.com. That small mark you make over a lowercase "i" and a lowercase "j" is called a "tittle." It's likely a combination of the words "tiny" and "little" since it is an itty-bitty dot.

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