I work from home part of the week. As a part-time office jockey, when I do turn up I’m relegated to any open desk/couch space I can find, preferably as far away from the conference table as possible to avoid getting swept away into a planned or impromptu meeting (a congenital fear of mine).
When I joined Facebook and Twitter in 2008 the key attraction was that you could gain attention and market on social media for free. There was little social media advertising available and it was usually not an easy task and not self service.
While Facebook is one of the largest social media sites on the internet, it is not the only site out there. Your social media strategy should really encompass as many networks as are relevant to your target audience.
Instagram is quickly climbing the ranks in the world of social media with more than 150 million users, the majority of which are under the age of 35. Compared to Facebook’s 1 billion users and Twitter’s 500 million, it may not seem like much, but the number continues to rise. By following a few simple steps you can be on your way to more followers in no time.
With over 1.3 million active monthly users, it’s safe to say that Facebook is the king of social media, and as such, has become a vital tool in the online marketer’s arsenal. Social media channels are great for helping brands expand their reach, connect with fans, and generate traffic to their websites.
It’s undeniable that Instagram is one of the most widely used social media channels in the world. So, we’re here to help you learn a bit more about using Instagram for marketing, and hopefully with these five quick tips you’ll be able to start leveraging to photo sharing app in no time!
I really want to dive into what trends I see in marketing and how to continue to properly tell your story in a noisy, social and quickly changing world. In this first post, I analyzed a few small businesses and the content they are posting on social networks.
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