Using Visual Marketing on Social Media Sites

Want to get more likes and shares? Ditch the heavy text-based posts and add more visual images to your social media sites. As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words! Use the tips below to add more visual content to your social media sites. Find a great source of photos – Whether Read More…

Will They See Your Tweets and Facebook Posts?

You’ve spent countless hours building a Twitter and Facebook following and just as many hours composing engaging tweets and status updates. It’s hard work, but you enjoy it. Only trouble is, this nagging feeling: will anyone actually see your tweets and posts? This is a valid concern. After all, many social media users have hundreds Read More…

Offline Hashtag Use

You’re likely familiar with using hashtags on your favorite social media sites. However, it’s important to let others know that a specific hashtag exists and should be used for a given situation. Oftentimes, this means sharing your hashtag online and off. Use the tips below to let others know which hashtags to use and how Read More…

Using a To-Do App to Stay on Top of Your Social Media Tasks

Managing social media is a demanding, time-consuming job — and it never seems to end. Just when you cross one to-do off your list, two or three more are added. Whether you work alone or on a team, a number of tools are readily available to help you stay on top of your social media Read More…

Adding Popular Topics to Your Facebook Mix

Managing a social media page for a business doesn’t necessarily mean that every single post you make must be business related. In fact, adding a little personality to your posts makes you more human, more likeable, more memorable. Besides, Facebook is a social network. Just as you’d discuss other interesting topics at a business cocktail Read More…

Curating Content for Your Facebook Page

Keeping your business Facebook page filled with relevant, interesting content is essential in keeping your audience engaged. Most page owners use a mix of text-only, photo, video, and linked content status updates. Each type of update has its place in the mix. Sharing links to interesting articles, reports, and other forms of content is a Read More…

Pinterest Pinning Tips

Pinterest is a highly visual social media platform centered on sharing inspirational pinboards built around specific interests. It is also extremely popular and a fantastic way to build interest about your company and its products and services. Use the tips below to start pinning like a pro. As a business owner using Pinterest, it is Read More…

The Benefits of Scheduling Social Media Posts

Maintaining an active presence on social media isn’t easy. In fact, it can be a full time job. Whether you have one social media page to manage or dozens of them, using a scheduling tool has many advantages over clicking the “publish now” button. Below are just a few of the many benefits of scheduling Read More…

Three Ways to Make Your Facebook Posts More Engaging

You want followers to like, comment, and share your Facebook posts, right? As with anything else, writing engaging Facebook posts takes practice — and it doesn’t hurt to have a few tips to follow. Below are three ways to make your Facebook posts more engaging. Add a description to every link you share. While the Read More…

Understanding Your Facebook News Feed

When you follow an individual or a business page on Facebook, you expect to see status updates from those users in your news feed, right? If you only follow a handful of people and businesses, then you probably would see most of their updates. However, the more you follow, the more cluttered your news feed Read More…