We have a few corporate clients who insist on being buttoned up on social media. That means no humor, no witty banter, and certainly no emoji usage. At first glance, you can understand why corporate brands may take this stance. But guess what? Being buttoned up on social may be costing you BIG TIME.
When we talk to companies about their social strategies, most are focused on sales. While this isn’t a bad strategy, focusing solely on sales through social media is lacking a modern and mature approach. Here’s where to set your sights instead.
When it comes to social media messaging, how do you post with purpose? How can your brand make connections in this noisy world? More importantly, how can you make real connections through your social media efforts? While this is no easy task, there are three simple steps you can take to start creating real connections.
Does it feel like social media “best practices” are changing all the time? That’s because they are. Social media marketing tactics have been nothing less than a rollercoaster in recent years. As social media platforms have matured, so has our profession and competition. As new apps come and go every day, people shift between which platforms are the most engaging, user-friendly, and trustworthy. It’s difficult for social media marketers to keep up with all of these shifts. So how can we know the best social media channels and best practices for distributing content when the platforms are in constant flux? Below we’ll discuss why quitting outdated practices and embracing new opportunities will help your brand remain at the top of its game.
Stories are a fun, dynamic way for brands to connect with their followers. Instagram has a variety of features that let you show off your creative skills and increase the chances of your social media content going viral. But if you don’t know how to make your Instagram Stories stand out against the rest, fret no further. Read on for some handy tips on how to make your Instagram Stories more creative.