There’s no denying that social media still plays a pivotal role in the way businesses interact with and reach their customers. However, without the appropriate attention to detail, there’s a good chance that you aren’t getting the benefits associated with these platforms as you should. Once you have started implementing your social media strategies and have some reports available, the next step should be performing a social media audit.
While Google PPC was considered the king of digital advertising in the past, a new contender has made its run at the crown. At one time, Facebook was the go-to platform to ask people to like your page and reap the benefits of the free exposure you had with every post. However, as Facebook begins to diminish organic reach, many businesses are finding great success through paid ads. In this article, we will explain 3 ways you can find new customers with Facebook Ads and some easy ways to capitalize on this effective and affordable digital advertising option.
In an effort to improve Facebook Pages transparency, Facebook is now providing additional information for visiting users. As recently revealed through a Facebook email, the Info and Ads tab will now show the primary country location where Pages are managed. For businesses that choose to outsource their social media management to other countries, this could signal an important change as the visitor’s become more aware of who is responsible for the posts they are seeing.
In the age of the internet, you would be hard pressed to find someone that isn’t utilizing at least one social media platform on a daily basis. With the new prominence of smartphone technology and dedicated social media apps, it has never been easier for businesses to find and connect with their target audiences online. In this article, we will explain how business can leverage the top social media advertising platforms for 2019 to build brand awareness and improve sales.
After years of not living up to expectations and multiple exposed security vulnerabilities, Google is finally throwing in the towel on their own social media network. While this may come as a surprise to the few dedicated users that have adopted the platform as their own, social media experts have predicted this outcome seemingly since its inception. However, although the end of Google+ is slated for April, it’s unlikely that the social media platform will be missed.
If you struggled to reach the engagement and follower levels you had hoped last year, there’s a good chance you are planning a new social marketing strategy for 2019. While new social media platforms are continuously popping up, it can be hard to determine where your business should divert its efforts. In this article, we will explain how to perform a social media audit and offer some tips to make the process easier.