21 Mar

In case you missed the YehBaby Social Club Launch Event

Entrepreneurs, business owners and even a few celebrities attended the official launch of the YB Social Club launch event on Thursday, 21 February 2018. The launch, held at Kikka Boulevard in Paarl, included a talk on personal branding by TV Presenter and media personality Ivor Price, as well as a short description of what the Social Club is and why it is relevant in today’s online world.

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22 Jun

9 golden rules to get more conversions for your brand’s digital marketing.

We all want to waste less time and get a higher conversion rate with your marketing efforts. In our ten years in the digital marketing space we’ve gained some wisdom, which we’ve distilled down to YehBaby’s golden rules for the digital marketing of brands online.

People who work in social media marketing know how challenging it can be in such a dynamic and ever-changing online environment. Use these 9 golden rules to save time and get more conversions.

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03 Oct

Is it still worth investing in social content?

In the age of paid Facebook, is it still worth investing in social content to take advantage of the platform’s organic reach potential?

A recent comparison we did on a client’s Facebook account points to a resounding YES as answer to this question. Careful planning and execution of messaging boosted the return on investments of time and advertising spend by up to 180%.

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18 May

Let your audience invite you past their ad-blockers

The proliferation of ad-blockers is no surprise. Ads that invade our browsing experience annoy, disrupt or full-on creep out all of us. This is why YehBaby still emphasizes organic social reach as a way past the ad-blockers.

In a recent US survey on consumer sentiment towards online ads, 53% of respondents reported using ad-blockers. More than 30 percent disliked online ads. The main reasons for the negativity are “ads slowing page-load times, irrelevant ads that repeated and ads taking up too much screen real estate”.

In a recent SA survey on ad-blocking by Effective Measure, 13% of respondents reported currently using ad-blockers. The survey quotes US ad-blocker use as 26% and Australian as 27%. The expectation is that SA will follow that trend is an understandable worry to online publishers and other businesses that rely on online advertising revenue.

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