While we all get annoyed by clickbait, we need to still pay attention to it. What makes those posts so viralicious?
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
Procrastination – out of fear? Err – yeah!
Were you aware that there is a day dedicated to dogs? A week for wool? The UK has many days set aside to celebrate, or bring awareness to, various topics (check out the Awareness Days Calendar).
A guest post by Anand Srinivasan, the founder of Hubbion
Instagram needs no introduction. Ever since Facebook acquired the photo sharing social network in 2012, the valuation of the business has risen exponentially from $1 billion to over $100 billion.
This is obviously a big question asked by many business owners and OMG I get it all the time!
Email marketing continues to be one of the top ways to tell a story and reach your audience. And while there are tons of tips, tricks, how-tos, and hyped email hacks out there, nothing compares to a really good statistic to show value and guide strategy.
You probably are aware of the multiple benefits of blogging (which include SEO, showing business personality, managing objections, showing expertise, and making your website more engaging and dynamic).
I guess the counter-question for this is: Why would the majority of businesses today either be doing something about social media, or otherwise mortifyingly aware that they aren’t doing it right/enough/effectively?
True, it’s often a waste of time.
My old views
I used to adamantly believe that everyone can learn how to do social media themselves, and should do some of it themselves for at least a month so that they can be more responsible if they outsource it. By doing so, they will be able to understand better what works and what doesn’t. I’d seen so many people hiring in interns and their teenage relatives, and with very little information imparted about their business, handing over the keys and the passwords to their social profiles.
Argh! Were you going to try and get away with it?