The key to a successful Facebook marketing strategy is for it to be unique. There may be 1.86 billion potential customers, but the competition is very, very real. Your business needs to stand out, find it’s place and target the right audience. Here’s how to utilize Facebook for an effective social media marketing plan!CONTINUE READING
What if we told you there is a social media tool that 80% of businesses will be using by 2020, and you probably aren’t utilizing it yet?
Introducing Facebook Messenger bots (also known as Facebook chatbots). According to Hootsuite, a chatbot is defined as a “piece of automated messaging software that uses AI to converse with people”. We know, it sounds a bit daunting (and sort of creepy), but it really is a useful tool.
Think of a chatbot as your Facebook page’s very own personal Siri. It understands questions related to your business and is able to effectively and accurately answer them. It allows a customer to simply type a message in (just like they’re messaging a friend) and receive an answer. Goodbye making phone calls, searching in Google or waiting for web pages to load just to find the answer to a simple question.
But how do Facebook chatbots benefit your business – not just customers – and is it worth investing time in?
The answer is endless ways and YES!
You can be the ripest, juiciest peach in the world, and there’s still going to be somebody who hates peaches.
For any business, it’s nearly impossible to avoid negative feedback. Social media has only made it easier for people to complain, leave bad reviews and share unkind comments about your company. What once was word-of-mouth is now published on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram where it lives forever and can be seen across the world. Yikes. The good news is, for every piece of negative feedback there’s most likely a positive one, too. What matters most is correctly handling the unwanted comments with grace and embracing the positive ones. This is why having an established social media reputation management plan in place is absolutely vital.CONTINUE READING
It’s a simple question with a not-so-simple answer but in general, it all depends on which platform is best for your business model and how you can leverage your social activity against their algorithms, however there are some basic rules that are backed by statistical data that I will go over in depth in this post. But first understand there is no cookie cutter approach and there are many different factors to take into consideration such as…CONTINUE READING
In March 2018, it was revealed that data from up to 87 million Facebook users had gotten into the hands of Cambridge Analytica, a third-party data firm. This raised privacy concerns for Facebook users who now realized their private data was not completely secure. What seemed to be a harmless social media platform now holds all of your personal data that could potentially fall into the wrong hands.CONTINUE READING
Why are we’re doing the Finding Happiness Project? With a remarkable resurgence, rich history, and cultural cachet, Detroit is special. Unfortunately, not everyone knows this about the Motor City. In a 2018 study, Detroit was identified as the unhappiest city in the United States. That study inspired us to prove the statistics wrong with a project called “Finding Happiness Detroit.”CONTINUE READING
Who are social media influencers? Think of the last time a friend of yours went on and on raving about a product. Even if you hadn’t heard of that product or weren’t previously interested, this influenced you to think about buying it as well. This thought process is exactly why influencer marketing works. Behind this phenomenon are the social media influencers themselves.CONTINUE READING