In the world of social media sites, Facebook is the big kahuna. Sure, there are older sites – but it’s the biggest and gets the highest engagement. Facebook advertising has been around for a while, too, and you might think you’ve got it all figured out… Except you don’t. In fact, we’re willing to bet…
Do you remember Cliffs Notes?
You might have used them at school or college.
Basically, they’re summaries of longer work, designed to get a student up to speed quickly without having to read the entire book. They are sort of a cheat, you might say, but a very effective cheat at that.
There are literally volumes of books and articles written about how to succeed with social media marketing.
We know you are a busy business owner with very little time, so using the same premise as Cliffs Notes, we have created some essential notes showing you how to use (and not use) Social Media. These snippets will save you hours of research, reading and more importantly will greatly increase your success rate on social media.
Whether you’re chatting with old friends on Facebook, sharing photos of your latest adventure on Instagram, following breaking news on Twitter, or finding interior design inspiration on Pinterest, social media is a part of your life. It is also part of your customer’s life too.
In this article, we’re going to show you how to make those same tools a part of your business and show you how to get many more customers every month.
When it comes to marketing on Facebook, there’s more to it than simply creating a Facebook page for your local business. In general, doing any type of marketing requires a strategy beforehand so that you know exactly how to appeal to your audience.
Before jumping into Facebook, forming a Facebook marketing strategy for your business is what you should do first.
Here are three tips that you can use to help you get started:
Are you making the most of social media lead generation for your business?
Are you doing social media lead generation for your business?
Social media platforms like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are wonderful places to interact with current customers, but when done properly, they can also be great sources of lead generation.
A lot of local businesses don’t do a good job of social media lead generation because they’re not sure how to go about it.
For your business to survive in 2016, you really need to stop making these social media marketing mistakes we will look into today.
So many small businesses find it a challenge to navigate the fast-paced, constantly evolving nature of social media.
This article will help you to avoid some of the biggest social media marketing mistakes that prevent many businesses from getting the full potential of the marketing power of social media.
Facebook yesterday announced the launch of Facebook Sports Stadium, a dedicated place for sports enthusiasts to experience sports in real-time with their friends and the world.
Facebook has over 650 million sports fans, which makes the social media platform the world’s largest stadium.
Sports Stadium is a place that will be devoted to sports so fans can get the feeling they’re watching the game with their friends even when they aren’t together.
According to Facebook, Sports Stadium will bring all the content related to the game in one place, chronologically and in real time.
Social media advertising will become more mainstream in 2016.
According to a recent figures from eMarketer, social media ad spending is likely to exceed $35 billion in 2017.
If you want more reasons before you start putting money behind your social media campaigns, Hootsuite have gathered a long list of social media advertising stats that should be of help to you.
Sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Pinterest offer multiple advertising options that allow business owners to boost their pages, drive traffic to their websites, and feature specified posts to increase their social media following.
For businesses to be successful on social media, they need to build a strong and long-lasting relationship with followers. To achieve this aim, you need to have a well laid out strategy that is focused on providing value to your audience. This approach will help you to keep your present customers while at the same…
What should your business expect from social media marketing once your marketing campaign is put into place?
If you are putting in the right amount of time and effort into profitable social media marketing strategies, you should be able to accomplish the following goals: