Do you want to publish other types of updates to engage your followers?
A common myth about social media marketing is that every post needs to directly contribute to your business’s bottom line.
In this article I’ll share seven ways to get people to remember your business and make your social media efforts successful.
Do you want people to tell their friends about your business?
Are you getting positive word of mouth?
New research shows that word-of-mouth marketing has grown exponentially on social media.
In this article you’ll discover three ways you can encourage customers to tell their friends about you.
#1: Customer Service Tips the Scales
Have you tried split testing?
Using Google Analytics gives you an idea of which social media tactics are working so you can change directions if needed.
In this article you’ll discover how to use Google Analytics for informal split testing.
Why Use Google Analytics for Split Testing?
Split testing is a crucial part of any digital marketing strategy. Unfortunately, unless you’re running high-budget ad campaigns, it’s nearly impossible to test different creative on social media using traditional split testing formats.
When was the last time you changed the way you share news and updates?
When you present your content in new, engaging and interactive ways, it stands out in a constant stream of competing information.
In this article you’ll discover five free tools to help you avoid the same tired ways of sharing content.
#1: Make Your Images Interactive
ThingLink‘s fun, dynamic, visual format draws attention to your updates.
You can add text or multimedia overlays to any of your photos or images, but what makes this tool more interesting than others is that the results are interactive.
Viewers hover over icons to watch a video, listen to an audio file, link externally, complete a poll and more.
Home Depot uses ThingLink images to share room and home décor DIY suggestions and tutorials. For example, they overlaid this photo of a DIY Sawhorse Table with the prices of all the pieces you’d need to make it and links to a blog detailing the process. The links become visible when you hover over the image.