Are you at the point where it is all becoming a bit too much? I have never worked in an industry that moves as fast as the online marketing industry and at times it can feel a tad overwhelming. It occurred to me that if I feel like this at
If you are the social media manager for your company, or perhaps you have been the designated social media person for the business (as well as doing your “real” job). If so then I need to scream from the rooftops that social media is SO much more than just posting new content onto your chosen
Not a week goes by without me being asked how a company can try and reclaim a company Facebook page, gain access to a Twitter account or grab their Google Plus page. The truth is – if you really don’t know who set up the page or account, or who had admin rights last –
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and now Snapchat! Each month a new social media platform is born and the landscape changes yet again.
After listening to a Social Media Examiner podcast a month or so ago, and then watching the keynote from Social Media Marketing world, I felt that I was missing out by not being on SnapChat.
I have a theory when it comes to the social media landscape and how it will change in the future. I am going to be brave and share my theory with you today. Some people may agree with me, but others may blow my theory out of the water, but here goes….
What is the point of hashtags? How many should I use? Should I only use them on Twitter and Instagram? What about Facebook, do people actually use them on Facebook? These are questions that I am asked time and time again, so I thought it was about time that I wrote a blog to address
Can I share a tip with you? If part of your daily social media activities is to comment on those that are celebrating a work anniversary on LinkedIn, then please read this quick story before clicking the congrats button.
Some social media platforms; Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ (the “Famous Four”) are widely accepted to be generally accessible and usable for most businesses marketing. Others, however, seem to be categorized for pleasure not business, particularly if your company isn’t visual or graphic…which brings us to Pinterest. Strictly leisure only, if a huge amount of
In this video, Julia Doherty from Green Umbrella Marketing shares the reasons why you should be using social media to see what people are saying about you and your business online. Reputation Management is so important nowadays. People are going to talk about you and your business whether you are on social networking platforms or