If you’re a MailChimp user, there are likely a lot of features you haven’t utilized. Many of those features take very little time to set up, but can be those final details that your email newsletter has that most others don’t. One such feature is MailChimp’s Social Cards, which can increase your email campaign’s shareability. Let’s take a look at what Social Cards are and three tips for really making use of them.
In general, the more active you are on Twitter, the more followers you’ll be able to get regardless of the specific tactic used. Time and consistent tweeting can net you thousands of Twitter followers, however, a lot of those won’t be in your target market. So how can you get targeted Twitter followers?
If you’re like many others, the challenge in posting on a regular basis is that when it comes time to sit down and write your social media, you can’t think of what to share. It’s not what you couldn’t share something helpful to your target market, you just get writer’s block when it’s time to actually do it. To help, let’s look at 10 social media update ideas from my book, 102 Tweets.
As you may have found out if you’ve visited your Twitter account in the past few days, Twitter has rolled out the option to use their new and improved profile design. Although there are a variety of new features included with this new profile design, I’m going to be focusing on the design changes.
The new design definitely takes some tips from Facebook, Google+, and YouTube, who all have large header photo areas for your branding.