The key to reaching peak virality through content marketing is having a clear understanding of when and where to push your content, and unfortunately most small businesses fail to do so, wasting money, resources and time.
Over the last 12 months I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to experiment with multiple native social channels and have got to pick the brains of many innovative people that work in and around this space.
If you’re not blogging, you’re not branding. Whether you own a small mom-and-pop business or are part of a large Fortune 500 entity, your business’s blog is a great way to establish who you are to your customers.
Digital marketing campaigns are a great way to grow an online audience and develop a brand image. However, with so many options available and even more emerging, some companies don’t know where to start.
You have developed a social media presence across the major platforms, but how do you maximize engagement? While there are many factors in play, optimizing the time of day and day of week posts go live can have a large impact.
Social media enthusiast Philip Rickwood joins me today to explain how he amassed 71,000+ Twitter followers in a relatively short time, a remarkable feat for someone who is not employed full time in the field.
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