Here’s How To Create Your First Facebook Ad Creating your first Facebook ad to advertise on Facebook can be a daunting experience. With so many options to choose from, questions to answer and decisions to make – it can be quite confusing. It surely doesn’t help that the first step (selecting the right type of…
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!
Facebook Messenger Bots Are Here To Change Customer Service-Here’s How 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…
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.
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…
What Is A Facebook Boosted Post, is it worth it and how do they work? In today’s world of Facebook, boosting a post is a fantastic way to reach a targeted audience. The more you boost, the more you will learn about what users respond to best! Organic reach is declining across Facebook boosted posts are the next best option.
Facebook launched in 2004 as an “online directory that connects people through social networks at college”. If we had told a Fortune 500 like Walmart that one day the social network would not only be worth more than it, but that they would be investing thousands and thousands of dollars in ads on the platform, they would have laughed. But here we are: social media has taken over the internet.
The best part about social media websites? They’re free. It costs nothing to post about your product on your brand’s Facebook and Twitter pages or announce a new service on your LinkedIn. If you do decide to dive into the world of paid social, the cost is marginal compared to the amount of money companies pay to produce TV ads or print campaigns.
When you think of brands that have an extraordinary social media presence, most companies that come to mind are probably B2C. Sure, B2B businesses have a more difficult time growing and reaching their audience, but it’s not impossible.
The key to a successful business to business social media campaign is to put your resources into the correct social media channels – and share the right content to them. By doing this, your brand can be noticed by company executives and considered for services. In fact, according to Forbes, 83% of executives actually use social media in their decision-making process to use a company. In addition, 92% of these executives said that social media has influenced a decision of theirs within the last year. Wow!
So you want to start a social media marketing campaign. Of course, you do! The average person spends nearly two hours (approximately 116 minutes) on social media every day.
That is a total of 5 years and four months over a lifetime – longer than the typical person spends in high school or college. Woah!
This makes social media a big piece of the puzzle of success for businesses and brands – and can be extremely profitable. However, many struggle to understand where to start, and it’s understandable. With countless platforms, posting methods and trends it can feel like you have endless options. We’ve created this handy social media marketing 101 guide to help you learn the basics.