"Create a customer journey. Guide your audience from the time they first notice you to the time they choose you. Increase your Visibility, Credibility, and LIKEability in a few strategic steps."
Does your business have a social media strategy? 6 out of 10 small businesses have issues with their...
"Building an online audience takes time. However, there are ways to make big waves and see results right away when you know your target audience."
Each year we'll continue to see a shift in social media usage. These stats will be outdated soon (if they aren't slightly already)....
Inbound Marketing Serves Your Business in more ways than you can imagine!
A valuable piece of advice: Inbound marketing is important to your business (B2B, B2C, Government, Utilities, etc..). Why? Using your (strategic) content to market (content marketing) your company...
Not every social media presence is built the same, nor should it be. Your social media presence has everything to do with your audience, industry, goal, and product/service.
Two years ago you'd find us advising companies that 'social media may not be for everyone.' Much has changed since...
I'm pretty sure this is a question stock holders are asking. Because the end user is quite happy with Twitter.
Your sponsored ads don't distract me at all, I'm able to bypass as I wish with no problem. Rarely are the ads even something I'm interested in. I'm assuming the ad platform is leaving...
We had a great time in New York with NAWBO chapter leaders across the country! Please enjoy this highlight video.
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It's true, a photo is worth a thousand words. Which is better than asking your audience to read a thousand words.
Twitter makes this easy for us with a 140 max character limit. However, mostly every other social network always you to write as little or as much as you want.
Use photos to capture...
From a business prospective you really need to define your appropriate. As mentioned in one of our earlier tips, know your audience.
Who is your target? This will help you guide tone, vocabulary, images, and more. Really, all businesses should refrain from online slang, foul language, politics,...
Your online presence shouldn't be all about YOU.
All about your posts:
- Constant selling
- Sales promotions
You definitely want to talk about your accomplishments, there's a time and a place to toot your own horn. However, you want your audience to LIKE you so you need to stay...
Be flexible and be ready to adjust your strategy as needed.
As we discuss strategy and targeting the right audience you have to know your first attempts may not be the first and only.
It's important to analyze and change your efforts if needed. Test wording, images, tag lines, call-to-action.
Tip 39: An effective strategy begins with using the best channels.
You have the obvious channels, also consider industry specific blogs and forums. You may want to spend time engaging on those sites as well.
It all comes down to time and research. Research to know your audience. Schedule time not...