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Spooky Stats: 6 Marketing Metrics That Might Surprise You This Halloween

It's not just ghosts and goblins that might give you a scare this Halloween. In the world of marketing, some statistics are just as spine-chilling! Let's go on a haunted journey through the corridors of marketing metrics that might raise your eyebrows this spooky season.

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Spooky Marketing Metrics that Might Surprise You This Halloween

1. The Ghostly Abandonment

92% of first-time visitors to your website don't convert. Like phantoms, they drift in and out, leaving barely a trace.

What it means: Focusing on retargeting strategies and understanding visitor behavior can help "exorcise" this ghostly challenge.

2. The Vanishing Act

Approximately 60% of mobile users who find your business online say they'll vanish like ghosts if you don't have a mobile-friendly site.

What it means: Optimize for mobile. A mobile-responsive design isn't just nice to have; it's essential.

3. The Social Media Witching Hour

The average user spends about 151 minutes daily on social media. That's roughly the time it takes to watch a Halloween movie marathon!

What it means: Brands need a robust social media presence to captivate audiences during these crucial "witching hours."

4. Email Zombies

Despite the rise of social media, email isn't dead; it's very much alive, or rather, undead. For every $1 spent on email marketing, the average ROI is a whopping $36.

What it means: Don't neglect your email campaigns. They might be your most potent potion for conversion.

5. The Curse of Ad Blindness

Around 91% of people say ads are more intrusive today than two years ago. It's as if they've been cursed to fade into the background.

What it means: It's time to think outside the coffin! Innovative, engaging content beats traditional advertising spells.

6. Video Vampires

Users view more than 1 billion hours of YouTube videos a day, sucking in content like vampires.

What it means: Ignoring video content in your marketing mix is like ignoring a vampire in your basement. Embrace it and harness its power.

In the eerie landscape of marketing metrics, some numbers might give you a slight shiver. No need to be spooked, though! By understanding these stats and adapting strategies accordingly, marketers can transform spooky challenges into spellbinding success stories.

Ready to brew up some enchanting marketing spells? Reach out to MKTG Collective for a bewitching, free consultation and let us help you cast a spell of success on your brand's narrative. Don't be haunted by uncertainty; join us in the marketing cauldron and let's conjure up some wickedly good results!



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