Optimising your posts, making yourself and your work easy to find, getting followers, getting subscribers, advertising… on social media you might think these are the be all and end all – but do you want to know what the most important aspect of your social media should be? 312 more words
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Growing an engaged email list is one of the most important parts of creating a successful email marketing strategy.
With the new laws surrounding GDPR coming into force on the 25th of May, for a lot of businesses and organizations, it’s going to mean pretty much starting their list again from the ground up. 738 more words
Christmas marketing campaigns by the major retail brands have become more elaborate by the year, with social media now playing an integral part. It may all seem a bit daunting to the smaller business, without the budget of John Lewis or M&S, but there are plenty of things you can do to make sure your brand joins in with the spirit of things. 825 more words
One of the best ways to drive traffic to your website and increase sales is to publish highly engaging and shareable content.
Not only does this help enhance your SEO rankings, but the more it is shared, the more people will see it, thus creating brand awareness. 727 more words
Twitter etiquette isn’t only about what you should do, there are also a lot of things you should definitley NOT do!
With its character count limit meaning short and snappy messages, and a strong connection to breaking news – Twitter has consistently been one of the fastest moving social media platforms (just look at what is trending on Twitter in comparison to what is trending on Facebook – Facebooks trending news is often a day behind!). 777 more words
No matter what business you are in, it’s hard not compare yourself to others in the same field.
Now while you may feel bad pitted against the Nikes, Apples and Starbucks in your field, when it comes to marketing and social media, doing a comparison can actually be a really useful exercise. 557 more words