Do you struggle to find the right hashtags for your Instagram account? Are you using random hashtags like #love #fund #weekend and don’t see more engagement from it? You are not alone. When it comes to the right hashtag strategy a lot of people are struggling.
It seems not always easy to constantly come up with creative content for your Facebook page. In this blog post, I show you some simple strategies how you can plan and create content for your business Facebook page.
When it comes to Facebook page analysis it’s not always easy or fast, especially if you just want to have an easy overview or a quick summary of your competitors. Yes, you have Facebook Insights with a lot of data and you can even add a competitor to your tab “pages to watch”, in your Insights. Facebook shows you the data you need, but what if you just want to quickly check a few competitors? Or you have a potential new client on the phone and just need some data – fast.
If you have a blog you’ve probably heard by now that Pinterest is a great way to get more traffic. For my travel blog, www.blondeseashell.com Pinterest is my main traffic source BUT it is not the platform where I have the most followers – not at all. You can easily get traffic to your blog with Pinterest when you start using it as a strategic tool and for that, you don’t even need a lot of followers.
Does this sound familiar? "If a week has already passed since I last posted on Instagram. Let me just quickly take a picture and post it now." Listen, I get it. You are an entrepreneur and have definitely got a lot going on and posting on Instagram is not your main focus. BUT: One of the factors for being successful on Instagram is to be consistent. This means you should post on a daily basis, but not just a random picture. Your Instagram feed should look nice and there should be a strategy
It’s not a secret that Instagram is one of my favorite Social Media platforms and also the one I spend the most time on. With the ever-changing algorithm, it can be hard to keep up or frustrating if you don’t see your audience growing. I created this blog post because I see that many of my clients are doing the same mistakes on Instagram. There are a few key things to consider that can be a game changer when it comes to your Instagram profile.