Viral videos and content can generate enormous brand awareness, promote positive public/consumer sentiment and increase company sales. Let’s review best practices and learn some examples of companies that did it right.
Twitter can help your small business drive larger volumes of traffic to your website, increase brand awareness and build customer connections.
Not all social media networks are created equal. Each platform has its strengths and weaknesses. When you think strategically about your products and how they help solve problems, this information helps determine the kinds of content you should be developing and sharing on your social media platforms.
Our “connections” are now en-route to becoming more automated, impersonal and technology-based. So #smallbusinesses not only need to consider what platforms they’ll be regularly active on, but must now strategize innovative ways to attract “digitalized” customers.
Well here we are – spring cleaning our closets, basements and yards in full force! We’re recycling, trashing and yard-saling like it’s nobody’s business.We’re committed to a more organized,…… Read more “Spring Cleaning: Facebook Edition”
Nowadays, it’s impossible to go grocery shopping and not be completely overwhelmed with the food choices available. Of course, growing consumer concerns of increased use of genetically modified organisms,…… Read more “One “Organic” Mission; Two Social Approaches”
As you surely know, meaningful content is the bread and butter of social media success! Without engaging, eye-popping content for us to soak up everyday like the little…… Read more “Best blogging practices for small businesses”
The question is no longer if companies should be using social media to gain new customers, but rather, how will you use it to stay competitive?