I’ve mentioned in other blog posts that I use social media scheduling tools – if I didn’t, it would be a hell of a lot harder to do my job! I am a big fan of a couple of the more well-known scheduling platforms, and I wanted to share my thoughts on my favourites, and give you some knowledge of other platforms out there too.
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There’s a lot of information out there about social media – what to do, what NOT to do, when to do it and why you should do it. Often it’s hard to separate the information that’s most worthy from the thousands of blog posts that are posted every day. I’ve put together a list of the top 5 social media blogs I follow that give me the most bang for my buck so to speak…
We’ve all been there, done that – made some resolutions on 1st January that are probably more influenced by the hangovers we’ve had than any internal reflection we’ve done. Setting your personal New Year’s Resolutions aside, there ARE some quick and easy social media goals you should think about adding to your life. Here they are…
If you’re in business today, whether large or small, it’s not enough just to have a website. You need to be on social media platforms, and you need to be on them ASAP. Here’s why:
- Your competitors are already there – Whatever industry you’re in, I can guarantee you that your competition is already on social media, and is reaping the rewards as a result.
- It’s the best way to connect with your customers – Customers are online more than ever. If they have a question, a query, or just want to show their high regard for you business by liking your Facebook page, you should give them the chance to do so.
- You can respond to problems quickly – As soon as an issue is flagged by a complaint on Twitter, Facebook or any other social media platform, you can jump on it and respond online. Better to deal with issues that customers bring up, than have them badmouthing your company online somewhere else.