Companies have to maintain a social media presence to reach the largest segment of their target markets. Maddie Davis has kindly contributed this post to help you get up to speed with what platforms you and your business can focus on!
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I constantly go on about the basic things can do even if you are on the free version of LinkedIn – ie not the upgraded “pro” version.
Even on the free version, your basic criteria should be:
Recently I’ve been doing more video content for TLD as a personal challenge. And I’ve tried, with a couple of them, to go beyond Instagram and Instagram stories, and post the videos onto LinkedIn.
I am not by nature a shy person, which I am very grateful for. I am happy meeting new people, I do lots of public speaking, and I am fine with chatting on the phone following up “warm leads” and
People do get pretty hung up about the number of followers they have.
And sure, if you’re new on your social media channel, increasing your follower count so you move from the few hundred followers into the few thousand followers, and then beyond, you will definitely see a difference in the number of likes, shares, comments, and clicks you get.
While we all get annoyed by clickbait, we need to still pay attention to it. What makes those posts so viralicious?
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.