Let’s be real. You may or may not have already read my ebook, Take charge of your LinkedIn profile in 25 steps. But that’s a lot of steps! To quote a fellow Oklahoman that turned into a nation-wide meme, ain’t nobody got time for that!
Here are some online marketing blog articles the staff of T&S wrote! We think they’re awesome, but you be the judge. These particular articles are all about social media.
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.
Pinterest is a great social media platform for a lot of businesses. If what you sell is very visually-oriented, it’s at least worth considering the audience on Pinterest, the level of effort the platform would require from you, and seeing if you should be on it.
Okay, I know I’m biased as a graphic designer, but sharing images on social media is a really important part of a social media plan. And there’s plenty of objective proof!