Here are some habits to start making a regular part of your day and week, so you're fully engaged and able to take advantage of any cool opportunities that come your way.
Monitoring is one of those key skills that every professional marketer should have.
It’s so crucial, because there are people having conversations about you and your brand at any given moment, and you’re missing out on opportunities if you’re not paying attention.
Organizations and businesses who want to be discovered by new eyes and who might have something to sell probably see the potential. But users on Pinterest aren’t just there to buy things; it’s a place where they get inspired.
Before you leave your office today, make these pro-level tweaks so you can up your Influencer status.
This week, we’re focusing on LinkedIn, an underrated platform that more and more of our clients are finding to be a valuable channel for engagement and audience-building. It ain’t just about recruiting anymore, folks!
Even after everyone said they would #DeleteFacebook last year, 68% of Americans are using it. We're sure at least a few of those folks are in your target audience.
If you’re just using Twitter to RT news articles and share your latest blog post, you’re not doing it wrong… but you can and should do more.
Over the course of the year, we'll walk you through all of the practical skills you need to take your digital marketing and communications to the next level, from building a work plan that actually works to producing better, more baller content.
Over the past few weeks, we've given you the 411 on Instagram advertising and showed you how to easily post from both the mobile app and Facebook's ad manager. But what happens when your colleagues or your boss ask you how well your advertising performed?
Last time on The Slice, we took a look at running an ad directly through the Instagram mobile app. But let's be real: If you're like most people, you are also spending a fair amount of time on Facebook.