7 Small Business Social Media Risks Huffington Post Here's another striking finding: 33 percent of businesses had a social media policy; 27 percent of participants reported no such policy; and the remaining 40 percent consisted of an even split:...
Business 2 Community Understanding Your Social Media Audience To Grow Your Brand Business 2 Community In a Q&A for Intuit Small Business Blog, social media advisor Rebekah Radice says, “Many businesses and brands believe, foolishly, that they can...
"In 2014, the three pillars of SEO remain the same as they were in 2013; but I predict (and hope) that social media will come to be fully adopted as the third pillar by previously-skeptical business owners and marketers.
Content strategy, inbound links, and social media strategy are the three key elements to building a strong, successful SEO campaign, regardless of the industry".
There's a reason you see so many Upworthy posts in your social network feeds: their titles are catchy, intriguing, and crafted to get you to click. A strong title can mean the difference between hundreds of readers — or none.
Over the past 12 months, brands and publishers have evolved their social marketing strategies from engaging with consumers on social networks to socializing their own websites, mobile apps and even advertisements.
While most brands now view social media as more of an opportunity than a threat, the rapid evolution of consumer behavior has resulted in new avenues for brands of all types to tell their stories.
Small business owners love technology - until it gets in the way of success. Relationships that lead to results occur when "social" returns to social media ... (Small #Business Owners: It's Time to Put "Social" Back in Social Media!
What’s your digital marketing strategy for 2014? It can pay to follow the trends. This year, expect a continued interest in content marketing, which is tipped to be even more significant than it was in 2013.
Entrepreneur Post Smarter: The Best Times to Use Social Platforms (Infographic) Entrepreneur Almost every small business, 81 percent, is on social media, and 94 percent of them use these social platforms for marketing purposes (attracting clients...
Increasing sales by getting social New Zealand Herald No matter which, it's a pretty safe bet you'll be living a social media life somewhere these days. This week we're looking at social media in small businesses.
Get the best social media tips and advice from the winners of Social Media Examiner's Top 10 Social Media Blogs for 2014. (Top 10 Social Media Blogs: The 2014 Winners!: Are you looking for some good social media blogs to read?
Building a modern business requires using online tools and a variety of digital media venues, but without knowing if those efforts are successful, you are at the least, wasting time and resources and at the worst, setting your momentum up for failure. Benchmarks, goals and targets are especially useful in the digital age, as numbers and data are far easier to access and examine than they would be for a brick-and-mortar counterpart.
While no metric is a proverbial island in digital marketing goal plans, thinking of your goals in separate sections will help with visualization and implementation on the whole. Here are a few guidance suggestions that will help you form and follow goals that will ultimately support the rise of your business.
Starting a blog has never been easier — but with all the social media, CMSs and techie lingo out there, it can be a tough path to navigate at first.
One of the most important things you’ll need to do as a blogger is to constantly remind yourself to stay true to your own voice. It’s easy to get caughtup in the blogging world and to lose yourself, but the best and most successful blogs are passion projects that ring true to the fired up blogger behind them.
Here’s a helpful guide to how to start a blog coming at you from one blogger who’s been down that road.
If your company (small business) is feeling a bit skeptical about Social Media Marketing, and whether or not it’s worth the effort, then the following infographic highlights 10 reasons why it may be working better than you realise.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.