There are numerous great social media scheduling tools out there – depending on what your needs are, you’re sure to find the right options easily with enough research. However, when you also account for planning and all that entails – collaborating with numerous people (including clients), coming up with ideas and getting them approved, creating workflows – things start to get a bit more difficult.
Do you need to bring some organization to your social media workflow? Looking for tools to help?
In this article, you’ll discover three tools to help you better organize social media posting, monitoring, and campaign execution tasks.
The Social Media Marketing podcast is designed to help busy marketers, business owners, and creators discover what works with social media marketing.
In this episode, I interview Talia Wolf. She’s the founder of GetUplift, an agency that specializes in conversion rate optimization for websites, landing pages, and advertisements. Her course is called Emotion Sells: The Masterclass.
More than 70 percent of small businesses plan on using social media for marketing this year, according to data from Infusionsoft. But not all of those businesses have an actual strategy.
Posting content here and there isn’t going to be as effective as going in with a real plan. Every strategy will look a bit different, but there’s no shortage of options to choose from.
There are many layers to a successful marketing plan, and social media is no longer one that can be ignored, especially when marketing for financial advisors.
Networking and connecting with investors, influencers and partners is how new leads are made. But it can be difficult. Connecting with high-profile and influential people through phone calls and emails almost never works. They don’t have time to personally answer every inquiry.
Thousands of years ago, clans gathered around fires to share their day’s experiences and to tell stories that established group norms and shaped social organization. Today, the fire’s embers have been replaced by the glow of internet-connected devices, but the communal exchange of stories and perspectives remains a fundamental force in social development.