Many businesses just don’t know what to post, so we’ve got the skinny on what’s good, plus 7 plug-and-play social media posts for your business. When you aren’t sure what to post, bookmark this little go to with social media posts that are ready to be posted, tweeted, or Insta’ed from your social pages. Seriously. We’re making it that easy.
Facebook lead ads are an exciting addition to the Facebook advertising suite since they focus entirely on lead generation. Essentially, lead ads allow you to add a contact form directly on your ads so you can request information without the user having to leave Facebook. If you’re looking to get sign ups for your content, price estimates from customers, or any other type of business information, this post is for you! We’ve got five facts you need to know about your next Facebook lead ad campaign.
How do you identify influencers when you’re going all in on influencer marketing? Maybe you’ve paid a pretty price for a PR firm to handle it for you. Maybe you’ve got an influencer guide. Or, maybe you’re not sure where to start. If you’re the last of those scenarios, this one is for you! We’re listing 7 tools you can use to find and identify influencers for your influencer marketing campaign.
Have you looked at your Google Star rating or business reviews lately? If you see a big fat ZERO or see a low number of stars, this post is written just for you! Read on for our best processes for obtaining business reviews (plus a bonus).
Hiring remote employees is catching on among businesses big and small thanks to the numerous benefits it has to offer both employers and employees (or freelancers). If you’re currently in the process of hiring remote employees or team members to complete your creative team, you might find that the process can get a bit complicated. Everything from recruiting to onboarding can be tricky if you haven’t hired remote workers in the past. Here are our five tips to help you screen, hire, and onboard remote employees for your creative team.