Let's continue on our metrics journey, and talking about how Instagram Analytics have been and will be changing in 2019.
Posting on socials is only half the battle. After you publish, being able to analyze your content and understand what’s working (and what’s not!) is crucial for successful social media management.
The average US consumer is spending about 3½ hours on a mobile device nowadays, almost half of that time spent on social. So you might as well show them your purtiest content to make them stop scrolling and pay attention! Start with these quick tips.
Here are some pro-level listening tips to find the data and feedback you can use to inform your strategy, lead your team, and give your customers even more of what they’re looking for!
After a happy transaction, a successful business engagement, or anything else, make it a habit to ask your customers to review you. It shows you’re not afraid of it, and if they really loved working with you, they’ll do it.
We’ve talked about how to find a great micro-influencer to help promote your product or service. This week, here are 7 types of campaigns you can run with your micro-influencer, to reach more of your ideal audience, build brand recognition, and establish a trusting and mutually-beneficial partnership.
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.