WordPress, Hootsuite, and I have a love-hate relationship. But recently, when our solution for automatically sharing new WordPress blog articles on social media failed, I turned to Hootsuite to help me out.
While my role here at T&S has recently shifted toward project management, I’ll always be a designer at heart. And one of the things I get to do is help our clients with their logos. There are essentially three different ways I do that.
You can waste a lot of time and energy with online marketing if you’re just doing something because you’re “supposed to.”
Online video is no different! And because it’s a pretty trendy type of content right now, it can be easy to get swept up in thinking that because “everyone else” is doing it, that you should too.
Facebook and YouTube are two of biggest platforms you can use to share your organization’s videos online. (Read about some of the others here.)
But you’ll have different results with your videos depending on whether you upload them to Facebook or YouTube.
Stevie has been one of our interns for several months now, and recently, the powers-that-be decided that she should be around even more! (Okay, it was Tim and Leann.)
Her first full-time week was earlier this month, and she has been helping us with everything from website backups, to site updates, to blog writing. We love having her on our team, and thought we’d interview her so you can get to know her too!
Okay, so last week I shared one strategic way to invest time (not money) to increase traffic to your website.
Some organizations have more time than cash as a resource, so time is a solution that makes sense in their worlds. But what if you have the opposite situation?
A lot of people I talk to are wary about putting a financial investment toward getting traffic to their site, because they’re not sure it will bring them any kind of return on that investment.