While numerous brands have flooded the social media networks with great offers, deals, and discounts that attempt to attract consumers this Labor Day and Back-to-School seasons. The three most clickable brand content marketing that got my attention were H&M for back-to-school wear, Best Buy for electronics, and Home Depot for around the house Labor Day needs.
I really wasn’t looking for H&M initially as a clickable brand, but discovered on my Facebook page that a lot of my friends and family members were followers of their page. I guess the analytics is really working to expose associated persons to brands that they may have never sought out.
The second nominee goes to Best Buy…That is my spot! My wife tries to keep be out of the place, but has been unsuccessful to date. Even if I don’t buy anything during my visits I am always looking for some kind of new and affordable gadget. Best Buy is another brand that continually populates my page with offers, especially during holidays and special times of the year. I bought a nice laptop computer at a great price for my daughter during the back-to-school sale. Did I forget to tell you…That’s my spot!
And finally, the place my wife always send me on the weekends when I am supposed to be relaxing; Home Depot. This is her second favorite marketing site next to Amazon. During Home Depot’s Labor Day sale I received some great offers via social media that were very attractive. A high percentage of the offerings had my attention and met the intent of Home Depot’s marketing strategy as it got us to purchase published products at the suggested discount rates. Home Depot drew us in with the contents of their marketing ads which led to us purchasing complimentary items that were not on sale.