Are you curious about what to post?
To discover how to use images on Instagram, I interview Peg Fitzpatrick.
More About This Show
The Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.
In this episode I interview Peg Fitzpatrick, the co-author of The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users, which she wrote with Guy Kawasaki. She is also a social media strategist and an expert in visual marketing. Her clients include Motorola, Audi, Google, Virgin and others.
Peg will explore Instagram marketing ideas that are easy to put to use right away.
You’ll discover tools to use for your Instagram images.
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Want more social exposure from the get-go?
Sharing on a variety of social media platforms in different ways helps you engage with a variety of audiences.
In this article I’ll share posting guidelines you can use to promote your content for the first 24 hours after it goes live.
Do you want to use Instagram effectively for your business?
Instagram is more than a fun, photo-based social network. It can help you promote your products or services, get more leads and generate conversions.
In this article I’ll explain how to use Instagram to drive big results for your business.
Have you tried using Instagram?
Instagram boasts 15 times more engagement than Facebook, Twitter or Google+. What was once a simple photo sharing app is now a key sales channel.
In this article you’ll discover how to use Instagram to gain brand recognition and reach new customers.
Establish a Large Community Base
Are you using Instagram to its full potential?
Instagram engagement is 58 times higher per follower than Facebook. Don’t underestimate its marketing potential.
In this article I’ll show you how to make your brand stand out on Instagram to gain more followers and bring better exposure to your business.
Do you have an Instagram account, but are unsure how to use it?
Instagram is a wonderful platform to use to provide your audience with unique visual content, while encouraging community engagement.
In this article I’ll show you five tips on how to use Instagram for your business.
Why Use Instagram?
Have you considered Instagram as a key marketing tool?
If you’re not on Instagram or haven’t applied your resources there, it’s time to start.
Instagram has 75 million daily users and multiple opportunities to reach your target audience.
In this article, you’ll discover eight ways you can use Instagram to increase your reach, engagement and sales.
Are you looking for tools to create better visual content?
Creating compelling visuals for your social media marketing can be challenging.
In this article you’ll find just about every resource you need to create visual stories on all of the major social platforms.
The Big Picture
Visual content has become extremely important to marketers’ social tactics. That’s because of a growing consumer interest in images as evidenced by popular sites like Pinterest, Instagram and Snapchat.
People connect more emotionally with images than they do with text. In fact, customers are more likely to take action or make a decision when prompted with an image.
That means brands using visual social media content to drive a stronger message to their audience will naturally cut through the noise and rise to the top.
Here’s a lot of important stuff you need to know about visual content for social media marketing.
#1: Making the Case for Visual Content in Social Media
The use of visual content in social media has exploded, partly because it’s so easy to create and share images and video with a smartphone, and partly because images are more persuasive than text content. Here are some important reasons why you should include visual stories in your social marketing tactics.
Why Use Visual Content in Social Media Marketing?: Over at the Marketing Tech Blog, Douglas Karr breaks it down for us with an infographic (of course) to explain why any social marketing should be dominated by visuals.