There are 300 million active users on Instagram every month, and every day 1 billion photos are liked. Quality posts are better than quantity, especially on Instagram. According to Forrester research, Instagram user interactions with brands is 400% higher than on Facebook and Twitter, delivering 58 times more engagement per follower than Facebook and 120 times... Read more »
Dynamic social content is content that evokes responses, earn shares, and meets a need. One way to determine whether or not your content is dynamic is to ask yourself if you would share that content if it came across your newsfeed. Then, take an outsider’s view and ask yourself it evokes any kind high energy […]
Are you making the most of Twitter? Want some guidance on how to use Twitter to its full potential? Right from the start, Twitter has been instrumental in the growth of Red Website Design. It’s the one platform where you can be proactive in targeting followers, and it provides the perfect launch pad for a…
After last week’s resources I was inspired to write a post on social media burnout. I have to be careful with social media because for me—as much as I really do live and breathe it—I tend to see it more as a way to get my work out there, and something that just comes with the territory of writing, than a major focus/goal. I run lots of different accounts in addition to The Blog Market and my personal accounts, so I’ve definitely teetered on major burnout many times. If you’re not so sure about spending lots of time on social or you also run separate accounts, here are some habits/attitudes I suggest to have toward social media! Treat it like... Read More
Twitter is a great platform to share your thoughts and opinions, interact with people in your niche and to promote your business or brand. However, even if you're an active Twitter user, you may not know all of the Twitter secrets that can help you improve your social media presence. Here are some tips.
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