According to many tests, I’m a harmony-seeking idealist. Harmony-seeking idealists are: Warm-hearted Sympathetic Introverted These three things don’t necessarily “fit” in today’s business world. You constantly hear of successful entrepreneurs being ruthless, unforgiving, and extremely extroverted. However, I’m here to tell you not to give up. If you identify with the words above or think you’re a harmony-seeking idealist, keep reading!
I spend much of my time giving social media advice. During our free consultation, I do everything in my power to give definitive answers to every question I’m asked. No vague “it depends” stuff here. Every business, big or small, has questions about how to market on social media. Here are the top ten answers to the most-asked questions.
It’s important to get people talking about your brand, but how they’re talking about it — or social media sentiment — is also crucial. Are consumers giving off positive or negative vibes when they mention your brand? Measuring your social media sentiment will help you determine this. We’re laying out just how to do that in today’s post.
Outsourcing your social media marketing is not an easy decision. No one knows your business better than you. On the other hand, you don’t have the time to manage every single notification, much less work 365 days a year. Use this guide to decide if outsourcing your social media marketing to a third party is the best solution.
If email marketing and social media battled it out, who would win? Social media allows businesses to meet the consumer where they are but engagement and reach are quickly dwindling. Email marketing, however, has the reach, but only if you have a large, loyal list. The truth of the matter is, combining the two provides businesses with optimal results. Here’s how to combine email marketing and social media in 2018.