Good marketers and content creators can’t discuss social media without mentioning an automation tool, because it's a timesaver and because tools are neat. But great marketers and content creators use automation selectively and effectively.
This week, we’ll show you how to apply those same concepts to fundraising and donations, just for our wonderful Slice-ers who are do-gooders, non-profit staffers, and volunteers -- or who just really want raise some money for people who need it.
The persuasive language you use to drive action is the key. So this week, we’ve got tips to make your language more convincing, credible, and compelling, so your customers are more likely to buy what you’re selling.
Without taking the time to measure the results of a joint video or a paid promotion, it’s impossible to say if it was a good investment of your time or your money. Here are some key metrics to review with your micro-influencer partner, which can tell you both if this was an experiment worth repeating or just a one-time fun time.
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.
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?
We've talked about Instagram before. Now it's time to boost those beautiful, curated, brand-friendly Instagram posts to your target customers. Before we get into the technical specifics of how to run an Instagram ad, let's talk about the two most important things: your visuals, and your captions!
If you've spent any time Googling for tips on "writing better marketing copy," we're guessing that you've run into the same advice, over and over and over:
Use active voice.
We know you’re big fans of the Slice each week, but we also know we’re not the only resource you rely on for marketing, social media, branding, and life advice. We get it! It’s a great, big Internet out there! Plenty of blogs in the sea!
But all of that info that’s posted each and every day on countless other websites can leave you overwhelmed with options. How do you weed out the good stuff from the people who just want to trap you in their sales funnels forever?