Don’t wait until 30 days or even just 3 months before the event, to get your social media marketing team involved. Social media is great in that the posting of information is instantaneous, but if you have not built up a following, you’ll have no one to share your information with. Read the rest of this entry »
Lots of changes were announced last week for Social Media rivals Facebook and Google+. Less than 24 hours before the New News Feed presentation by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg on Thursday, Google+ makes changes of their own to profiles and pages. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the most exciting and interesting things about social media is that it is always changing. Here's a roundup of the latest news about the major social media networks. Read the rest of this entry »
Odd thing was, the designer moved the Google analytic code, but nothing else; that's how we got this data. Stay tuned to see how long it takes to get their SEO and website traffic back on course. Read the rest of this entry »
The #1 Social Media Marketing Mistake Companies are Making
Are you sabotaging your own social media marketing and don’t even know it? Are you only getting 25 cents on the dollar spent on your social marketing program?
It’s very likely that you’re NOT getting the bang for your buck, if you’re not communicating frequently with your social media market team; be it an in-house marketing team or hired guns. Unfortunately we see too frequently, it’s ‘hands off’ participation from company managers when it comes to their social media marketing program. Now if you have a very good social marketing team, this is OK to a certain extent; except for one thing… Read the rest of this entry »