You might hear people say that “Twitter is dying” and you shouldn’t waste your time building and maintaining a presence on it. I would beg to differ. Twitter is still one of the most influential social media platforms out there, thanks to its unique characteristics and features. Here are some reasons why your company should still be on Twitter.
With social media, companies can easily target their audiences, without spending tons of money on ads, and choose their own communication pace. In order to make the implementation easily managed, some businesses choose to automate aspects of their social media presence (like scheduling and auto-responder).
Sounds like a great plan, right?
Well, it turns out that for some companies, automated replies made their brand look pretty bad.
With over 300 million active users, Snapchat is now a platform that cannot be neglected by businesses. Every day, about 100 million people use this app and watch over 10 billion videos. Snapchat’s short-video and sharing characteristics have made them one of the most engaging platforms. How, then, can we utilize this platform to better connect with our audience? Continue reading “Smart Ways to Market On Snapchat Without Spending the Big Bucks”
You know what a social media manager’s worst nightmare is? Not getting any engagement on the posts he made on a client’s page or account! We’ve all been there.
Those few minutes of despair. Did I make a grammar mistake? Did I forget to add an emoji? Is the timing right? Maybe my audience isn’t online at this hour. Oh, I know that feeling very well.
And since we’re all in this together, I believe that an article that will go through what improvements you can bring to the elements of a post to make it more engaging is useful for anyone that has ever went through the horror of waiting for the first like. Continue reading “Facebook Post Engagement: The Horror of Waiting For the First Like”
We’ve all been there before. That awful, no good moment when you’ve got absolutely no clue what to write about and no amount of coffee, Diet Coke, energy drink, or wine (no judging here!) has given you the inspiration you need. Basically, you’re in a class A funk. Unfortunately, I’m not a muse and don’t have the cosmic powers to tell you exactly what you should be writing. What I can do, is share some tips that I use when I find myself in this situation.