With the recent news on Facebook privacy of the users being compromised, the trend that emerged was all about Facebook account deletion by users. The fact is that a lot of brands still depend on Facebook to generate leads and create awareness for their products, but is that still the relevant channel to target for your business? Let's start by looking at the most popular social networking channels and their user base.
Ah, the front page of the internet. I was never big on Reddit until recently. Like myself, I imagine many of you are reading various articles on Vocal trying to gain inspiration to write that compelling article in order to draw people in and get those views. While there are many resources you can utilize throughout the world wide web to promote yourself as a writer, I've had the most success thus far with the radical realm of Reddit. I'm here today to share my Vocal journey (so far), and hopefully, leave a few helpful tips as to how you can get your published works seen on this incredible collective.
Did you know there are now more than 700 Million active Instagram users?3 Billion people are expected to be using Social Media by 2020. By 2030, it's estimated that literally half the worlds population will be on Instagram alone. Those figures, I'm sure you'll agree, are nothing short of astounding.
Social media accounts for 28 percent of the amount of time spent on the internet in total and each user spends an average of nearly two hours each day scrolling through their feeds. But have you ever wondered why your likes have plateaued or your followers have reached an equilibrium? It could be because your profile isn't as up to scratch as you might think.
Instagram: that little app that Facebook stole and changed the way millennials and businesses share content.
I've been consistently of the view that, especially over the last 5 years, businesses must ensure that they focus on being socially conscious if they want to maximise their appeal to consumers. My basis for this is primarily, amongst other things, the interest that so many people share in social outcomes based on their vicarious connectedness, through social media especially.
So you’re a small business owner, an entrepreneur or maybe someone just interested in online growth, and EVERYONE seems to be talking about social media and video marketing. Well, it’s time for a wake-up call. Your competitors are creating videos. Everyone is doing it and if you don’t want to get left behind or leave a HUGE amount of potential clients and/or money on the table you should be too. Here’s the best part, it’s easier than you think! Over the last few years, video marketing has not just been work or a fun hobby for me, but become an OBSESSION! Below are the absolute best social media video marketing strategies that I have found and tested to not only make you come across as the expert you are and highlight what you do/sell, but to have your videos actually show up and rank on Google and YouTube. I’m going to break it down for you step by step so you too can achieve video marketing success and outrank your competitors. Let’s jump in!
With social media usage on the rise every day and more ways for people to connect with each other, share their lives' little tidbits and be exposed to by many companies, what can be done to ensure that your social media output can take off to help you grow?
Snapchat has a lot of companies wondering if it is really worth them having an account and if you can actually advertise your company very well through the social media platform. So, what are the problems with Snapchat?
With 330 million active users monthly, Twitter is a great place for companies to advertise their business. By gaining followers, you increase your brand awareness and the number of customers you have. So, how can you up your Twitter following?
A brand’s voice is very important in showing who you are as a company and what values you hold. Social media is a great way to bring in new customers and spread brand awareness, so the way a company runs their social media is very telling and important to whether it will be successful or not. Here are some Dos and Don’ts to think about when finding your brand’s voice.