For the past four weeks we have presented you with tips for your Facebook ads. Today we complete our series with five more tips.
Scheduling posts sounds boring. Doesn’t it? Who likes to think about the time it will take to schedule one post much less several? Unless this is your business, like us, you probably feel overwhelmed by the mere thought of it. Don’t worry we have 10 things you can do to help take some of the burden off from the dreary post scheduling.
Small businesses can make a big impact on their customers by using Pinterest. You can use Pinterest to show off your products and their uses as well as your personality & interests. This is a fun atmosphere. You can take off your business suit & game face and show how you are different from the competition, yet still professional.
Influencers are a great wealth of information. When you are just starting out on Twitter and need help with things to post, finding influencers can be beneficial. They are also beneficial for you to keep up with current industry news. Some of the most current and relevant news come out first on Twitter.
Whether you are starting a new business or are updating your web presence, getting started on social media can feel overwhelming. How to start and where to start are two big questions we get asked a lot. First thing to know are your goals.
Creating Facebook ads can be overwhelming. We broke down our tips into a 5-part series. Our series continues with five more tips to help you get the most for your advertising money. Today we discuss setting a budget, tracking performance, customizing headline, a daily budget & monitoring and offering free content.
Most small businesses don’t have marketing departments nor have the ability to hire a social media marketing consultant. So, what are you to do? Where are you going to come up with all this information to post? How are you going to deliver useful content to your audience? We have some ideas to get you started.
Let’s take a deeper look into both creating and curating to better understand the advantages of each and what will be best for your business.
This post will focus on how to be heard through all the noise. We break this down into three main areas: consistency, inspirational content & offering value.