When it comes to social media marketing consistency can make or break your strategy. What’s the one tool that can help you stay consistent? After our content calendar, it’s our scheduling tool. The problem? Identifying which one that will work best for your workflow, needs and budget can be a daunting task.
Instagram officially has more users than Twitter. What does that mean for your brand?Well, they say a picture is worth a thousand words, or in this case, it could mean a thousand dollars. Instagram provides a simplistic way of reaching more customers. It's been proven that one of the most effective ways to connect with fans online is showing behind the scenes glimpses into your operations which humanizes and personifies your brand or service.
One of the biggest pitfalls to not having a successful social media program is the lack of consistency. That means, at a minimum, posting to all your social media channels each week. But how do you determine a consistent posting schedule? How many posts are necessary a week and what is too many?
Many business leaders are successful for a variety of reasons. One is the ability to remain goal oriented and to be laser focused when it comes to reaching these goals to grow the company. There are many tools and procedures for developing and managing a company's brand but where many business leaders fall short is creating and building their own personal brand.
It’s no secret that the more you spend on Facebook, the more reach you can accomplish. But spending for the sake of spending isn’t effective. Understanding how much is enough to spend in order to accomplish your goals can be hindering.
Family vacation photos. Funny cat videos. Favorite recipes. We are all familiar with these visuals on our personal social media accounts. But when it comes to our business social media, what qualifies as transparency and what classifies as over sharing? How do you create an effective social media strategy that doesn’t compromise professionalism or brand identity?
A great content calendar and regular posting is one way of mastering a successful social media presence, but when it comes to excelling at it, companies have to actively listen.
Coming up with innovative and impactful social media strategies month after month can prove to be a creative challenge. When dealing with a creative block, looking to others as an example, can help get the juices flowing again.
If you aren’t using Instagram for your business, now is the time. With over 300 million users primarily between the ages of 18 and 35, your customers and clients can most likely be found on Instagram. If you haven’t used Hootsuite before, now might also be the time.