We love Instagram, it's a great social media platform. But the bonus is that there's over 300 million active users on Instagram in a month! It's one of the best apps in terms of getting your blog or business noticed. The trick is to create an engaged community. This is crucial for any business or blogger. After all, the followers we have on Instagram can be viewed as some of your biggest supporters.
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Not too long ago I began to notice that the way I searched online was starting to change. Personally, Google was beginning to take a backseat to Pinterest. And I started to wonder if I was alone in this. So I did some research and came across some pretty interesting things. So why is pinterest the new Google? Let's take some facts into consideration.
Pinterest has been around for awhile now. Even though it isn't as popular as Facebook, (I mean - everyone and their grandma knows about Facebook), Pinterest is still just as popular as Instagram and Twitter. As you'll find in our post Pinterest is the New Google, Pinterest is a social platform that you should pay attention to. And, if you use Pinterest effectively, you can bring in more traffic in order to grow your email list.
If you’re a small business or just starting out, you probably don't have extra money to spend on expensive advertising. And this can be a problem. Especially when bigger competitors can spend buckets of cash on it. I mean, it’s every entrepreneur's dream to build a business and then have people magically flock to it, right? We wish it were that simple. Sadly, it's not. But we do have some awesome creative marketing ideas that will make it easier for you!
A social media presence is pretty important. Best of all, it's essentially free marketing, with a little bit of work. So with that in mind, we thought it would be a great idea to share the best times to post on social media. Think of this post as an awesome social media cheat sheet. And since different platforms call for different requirements, we've broken things down to make it even easier. We're also sharing some great tools with you to help you maximize your time and efforts.
When it comes down to it, there's a lot that goes into writing a blog post. Both before and after you publish it. Seriously, you're the content creator, editor, marketer and even the SEO specialist! This post will help you fine-tune all of your efforts. So you can create awesome posts that people will want to read and ultimately share. Today we're going to share what you should do to ALL of your blog posts both before and after you publish it.
Around here we talk a lot about how important social media is. However staying up to date on all of the different tasks at hand can be somewhat overwhelming. Especially when you're dealing with multiple tweets, blog posts and trying to maintain a finely-tuned social media presence. When you don't have the proper tools, keeping all of your tasks and due dates organized can become cumbersome. Since we believe in sharing awesome products, we wanted to take some time to review and share CoSchedule with you.
Websites are a great way for people to experience your brand. Your website is essentially your brand's universe. However, more and more consumers use social media as a way to access information about products, gather feedback, voice opinions and seek customer service. In fact some businesses only utilize social media platforms. Those platforms include Facebook, Google+, YouTube, Twitter and Pinterest to focus on awareness.
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Building a customer loyalty program can seem daunting at first, daunting but highly beneficial. Your customers are your lifeblood and when customers feel appreciated they usually become repeat customers. A customer loyalty program is a great incentive for customers and, as a result, it can attract even more customers. A loyalty program that can actually add value to your customer's experience is the way to go.