As a small business owner, you have a lot on your plate and social media is a time-consuming part and can be overwhelming. Where should you even start? In this blog post, you will learn which steps to take when handling your social media. Have a strategy The most important part is to have a strategy in place. You want to know who your target audience is, on which platforms they hang out and set yourself some measurable goals with your social media. If you have no idea how to create a social
After working with many businesses over the past few years I noticed a few social media mistakes that almost every business at least once did. That’s why I wrapped them up for you in this blog post. You don’t know where your target audience hangs out Are you on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook? Do you struggle with keeping up with all the posting? Don’t be on every platform! You just need to know where your target audience hangs-out. Maybe you love Instagram and enjoy posting all
Every social media platform is like its own country and the citizens in the Facebook country speak a different language than the ones in the Instagram, Pinterest or Twitter country. If you are a business owner and you are trying to connect with your target audience or you are trying to get media exposure don’t make these five Twitter mistakes. Only Sharing If you have a twitter account and all you do all day long is promoting your content. Stop. Twitter is a social media platform so be
Planning your social media content is important and saves you time. There are a ton of social media tools you can choose of, but some of them come with some extra great features. Here are my five favorite social media tools. I use them every day and I am sure that they will make your social media life easier too.
As a small business or an entrepreneur, you most likely face the same challenge like most of us: Small budget and limited manpower. So which Social Media platform should you invest your precious time in? In this blog post, I'll help you figure it out.
Lately Instagram has been shutting down a lot of bots and now you seem to have less likes and comments. So, as a result, engagement might be lower, but finally your comments are not spammed with random people/bots commenting stuff on your picture that doesn’t even match your post Of course, this means that you now have to put more work into your account and engage a lot with your audience, to receive engagement back from your target audience.