Want to make your business’s Facebook presence more fun and engaging? Have you ever considered animated GIFs?
I may be biased since we’ve used it for over a decade, but I think WordPress is a fantastic platform. Millions of people use it to power their websites! And one of the great things about WordPress is the massive library of plugins available for free. But with tons of free options comes legitimate safety concerns.
While we’ve worked with many nonprofits over the years, specifically with several membership-based nonprofits, Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma is one we have a particular affinity for. While they’ve had marketing staff most of the time we’ve worked with them, we have helped fill gaps in multiple areas.
I’m passionate about our company, what we do, how we help clients, and marketing and design in general. However, it may surprise you to know that even though I own a digital marketing company, this was never my plan. In fact, at one point in college, I thought, “Well, there’s no way I’m ever running my own business.” Little did I know what the future would hold!
We’re proud to work with a variety of nonprofit organizations that are making a difference in the world. We’ve talked about a few of those nonprofits before, but wanted to highlight four more of them that we’re currently working with.
Instagram is a great platform for many businesses and nonprofits. It allows you to share photos and videos with your followers, and can help increase brand awareness.
Of course, nobody’s perfect. It can be embarrassing when you post something on Instagram and then later realize you messed something up. Maybe you made a typo, or maybe the photo just isn’t as good as you thought it was. Whatever the reason, sometimes you need to delete a post from Instagram.
There’s a lot of talk these days about SEO and how it can help your business generate leads. But what does that really mean? How does SEO actually work to bring in leads? It’s not as simple as putting a few keywords into your website and calling it a day – you also need to have clear calls to action (CTAs) that appeal to searchers, and you need to write content that appeals to your ideal prospects.
A lot can change in 10 years. I know in my house, there are way more smart speakers in 2022 than the zero we had in 2012. Amazon makes almost daily deliveries to us now, which was much rarer in 2012.
So, should you start a blog for your business or nonprofit in 2022? Or whatever year you’re reading this? Is blogging still a good digital marketing strategy for organizations?
The answer is… it depends.
Ah, Twitter. Who knows who will even own Twitter by the end of 2022? Will it still be the stockholders? Possibly. Will it be Elon Musk? Maybe. Will it be me? Probably not. But who can say for sure?