Doesn’t it feel nice to garner hundreds or thousands of Facebook likes? Doesn’t it just give you a sense of gratification? A payoff for all your hard work? It should—because that’s all you’ll get if you let Facebook engagement be an end in itself. Likes, comments, and shares are nice, but you shouldn’t settle for “nice” in business. You should aim for an actual return on investment (ROI).
Handling a business can be challenging because of the unpredictability of today’s trends and market demands. To stay relevant, businesses are maximizing social media as the primary way to promote their brand. As your business grows, your social media marketing responsibilities increase as well. Learn how you can plan, organize, and analyze your social media content through this infographic from SlideGenius.
Keeping track of all of your company profiles across all the various social media networks can be a daunting challenge, specifically with images sizes and posting requirements. The team at Arcalea have put together a handy guide that they have entitles “The Complete Social Media Reference Guide Summer 2016” and which we have broken down for you here.
Business sites aren’t enough to introduce & leverage your brand. Social media can help you acquire leads, build profitable relationships, & increase sales. The following infographic illustrates how social media plays a big role in your business.
Millions of social media users have made it easier for marketers to find prospects. That’s why businesses are now taking advantage of sites like Facebook and LinkedIn to build up their own customer base and promote their brands.
There are currently so many social media sites in existence that oftentimes it is difficult to know which one or ones a small to medium sized business should focus on. The following infographic takes a look at six top social media platforms and analyzes what types of businesses are best suited for each platform.
No doubt there is a lot of nonsense that occurs everyday on Twitter but isn’t this the case for any social media site? Selfies, foodie pics, location statuses, what your cat did for the day and the list goes on. But is Twitter good for business? Thousands upon thousands of businesses would say an absolute “Yes!”
Twitter is great! In fact, I don’t know what I’d do without it or what I did before it existed. It is such a great tool to not only push content and communicate with people in our fast-paced world, it is a wonderful platform for engagement. But with all the noise occurring every second on twitter, how does one get the most bang for time spent?
Pinterest has a great potential for brand promotion where companies can present their products to a large number of eager customers. The following infographic makes a case as to why Pinterest is good for business.
LinkedIn is the proverbial dark horse of social media: we all know it’s there, but few of us use it to its full potential. That is why I was excited to come across this infographic from the folks at Mindflash which provides all the essentials for effectively marketing on this very popular social networking portal.