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.
Social media can be a powerful tool for online marketing. But how can you make the best use of them for your business or nonprofit? Check out these articles to find out.
We all want more clicks, right? Whether you use your website to gather leads, get people to make donations, or actually sell items online, you have to get people there to make it all happen. And a key to that is writing better headlines.
According to Facebook (which, by the way, owns Instagram), 60% of people surveyed learn about a product or service on Instagram, and 75% of the people surveyed take action after being inspired by a post.
If Instagram makes sense with your industry, company culture, and target market, having a business account on Instagram does a few useful things for you.
Love Pinterest? Hey, me too! Of course, being a designer, I’m going to be partial to any visual social media platform. But if you run a business account on Pinterest, there’s a cool feature you may want to test out.
Facebook has been rolling out some updates to Pages to make them more mobile-friendly. Their recent update to the call-to-action button means you have more options of where that button sends your prospects. It’s now possible for them to book appointments, buy tickets, start an order, or get a quote.
Let’s face it. Even though it’s very much an online world, there are those who still like to learn by reading a book. I read most of my books on my Kindle app on my iPad (instant gratification, anyone?), but physical books have their place as well.