Are you making these 3 social media mistakes that could be costing you big money? Here’s a quick check up to make sure that you are making the most of your social media investment.
If you are just beginning to discover the secrets of social media and content marketing you will definitely be interested in an upcoming Virtual Summit that takes place between May 6 – 10th. I’m very excited to be a speaker at the event.
If you weren’t able to attend Michele Scism’s breakout at Suzanne Evans Be The Change here if your chance to get her talk notes and powerpoint from the event.
Facebook advertising is a very powerful (and still fairly inexpensive) way to reach your audience precisely. Facebook been instrumental in the growth of decisive minds – so I thought I would share some quick tips on creating a Facebook ad or Sponsored story.
I just love it when I look into the social media crystal ball to predict the future and I’m right. For the past six months I’ve been saying that images are going to be *much* more important in Facebook – and the new timeline layout shows that I’m right.
To really understand the new timeline and what it means, it is really helpful to look at Facebook’s own goals.
They want to sell advertising. It’s as simple as that. And to do so, they need to pack in as many ads as possible.
Do you feel a little tongue tied when it comes to social media? I think we all are from time to time. You know that posting frequently is one of the best ways to build your community and credibility. And, you also want to create content that engages your audience so that they’ll keep coming back for more. Honestly, it took me a while to get the balance exactly right for my audience — and I’m still tweaking what works. I’ve found that the posts that get the most engagement are interesting, engaging and add value.