Instagram Statistics Every Social Media Marketer Needs to Know

Instagram Statistics Every Social Media Marketer Needs to Know

Reading Time: 3 minutes What started as a way to simply share photos has become a necessary tool for marketers – and the third most popular social media network in the world. If you aren’t utilizing Instagram to connect with your audience organically and through paid efforts – you most likely should be. Why? Well, these statistics speak for themselves…

Incredibly Creative Ways Brands Are Using Chatbots

Incredibly Creative Ways Brands Are Using Chatbots

Reading Time: 5 minutes As we’ve said before, chatbot virtual assistants natural language processing is the next big thing in social media messaging platforms. This simple and effective artificial intelligence uses natural organic language to machine learn conversations with customers. It is not only low-cost, but extremely customizable and effective. If your brand isn’t adding resources into generating your own chatbot for customer support, it’s most likely because you don’t think your business and customers have a use for it. It is time to rethink your approach because you can use chatbots in countless creative ways to boost sales, enhance customer service, and engage with customers and generate brand awareness.

Check out how the following brands have thought outside of the box to seamlessly enter the world of chatbot assistants. It may inspire you to do the same!

5 Social Media Trends to Look Out For in 2019

Reading Time: 6 minutes Social media is ever-changing especially in 2019. New trends, ideas, rules, and platforms appear each year, requiring marketers to tweak their strategy constantly. Truth be told, the worst thing is to ignore the whisperings of change. It’s essential to be prepared and have a plan for when changes formally launch. Here are a few expected social media trends of 2019 – how will your brand utilize them?

How to Execute a Social Media Strategy for a Global Brand

Reading Time: 5 minutes [dropcap]M[/dropcap]anaging a global brand on social media sounds daunting, but it doesn’t need to be complicated. Sure, having multiple audiences who are awake at different times, speak different languages and have an assortment of needs can complicate your strategy a bit. However, having such a wide audience is an achievement that many brands wish to have and it should be utilized significantly. Careful planning, team delegation, and research will have your social media marketing ready to launch globally easily! Here are a few tips to help you get started.

Simple and Free Ways to Increase Facebook Engagement

Reading Time: 6 minutes Facebook engagement is vital to help boost your brand’s organic reach. Organic reach offers optimal News Feed placement and allows your audience’s network to see your posts through shares and likes. Engagement is more important than ever thanks to Facebook’s latest algorithm change. Even if your brand has the resources for a Facebook ad budget, organic reach can help co-pilot your paid efforts to reaching a greater audience.

Why You Should Take Advantage of Facebook Chatbots

Why You Should Take Advantage of Facebook Chatbots

Reading Time: 5 minutes If you could go back in time and be the first business to utilize Facebook ads, the first brand to post an Instagram Story or the first company to post a video on Facebook, wouldn’t you be?

Unfortunately, time machines don’t exist (yet!), but you can be among the first businesses to use Facebook’s newest treasure: Messenger chatbots.

There are currently only around 300,000 Facebook Messenger chatbots active – making it a prime time to beat the competition and take advantage of a new marketing tool.

Facebook Messenger Bots Are Here To Change Customer Service

Facebook Messenger Bots Are Here To Change Customer Service

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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!

What is Reputation Management on Social Media?

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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.

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What is Social Listening? Listen Up!

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Social listening? Social listening can provide your company with major insights into what your audience wants from you on your social media sites. With the right tools knowledge and social media strategy development, you’ll be able to perfectly edit what it is you’re posting to have the biggest impacts.

Social listening, in a sense, is a way to eavesdrop on your target audience, and use that information to create the products that they want.