Not to sound creepy, but user experience (UX) is all around you. It was there in that product you threw away because you hating using it; it's in every "click to subscribe" and "add to cart" button you've been compelled to push this month; and it will be in the next website you land on that's so unusable you'll have this reaction:
Staying on top of the latest and greatest trends in the World of Social Media can be an uphill battle. In fact, earlier today someone asked us how we keep up with this constant onslaught of changes, updates, and news.
We started last week with the basics of our Facebook Insights dashboard, everything from engagement to followers to page actions. (Missed it? Need a refresher? Click here).
Pat yourself on the back, young grasshopper, because you are now ready to take the next step in our journey:
How are your individual posts measuring up?
Imagine: You’ve been managing your company’s Facebook page. You’ve drafted content and posted, garnering a few likes or shares here and there. You've shared it with your friends and family, and they're super pumped about it.
You’re probably feeling pretty pleased (who doesn’t love the instant affirmation of a like?), but how do you really know if your content is working? Let's dive into your Facebook page’s Insights (located at the top of your Facebook page) and…
ACK! Information overload!
You’ve finished writing your blog post and the hard part is over... or so you thought! Time to put the metaphorical icing on the cake of your post with a title that will titillate your audience.
Coming up with a blog post title can be both infuriating and fun. How do you write the perfect one that reflects your personality but also reflects your audience?
So, now you know the basics of how to save some time when it comes to scheduling your social. This week, we’re going next level to make your social media life even easier by introducing you to some of the best social media management tools.