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If you conduct business online, you have countless pitfalls to avoid on your way to success. In our latest episode of Who’s Who in Social Media, Mitch Jackson with Streaming.Lawyer shared crucial insights and tips to help all of us avoid legal issues and conduct business like a boss. To read more about Mitch Jackson and how he helps online business owners, get the full list of tips on his blog. Would you like to be a guest on Laugh & Learn? Click here!

Instagram isn’t just for foodies vying to get just the right angle on their plate while you wait with a hovering fork. While your friend ‘grams their way to fame, you can be checking your followers and sharing a story of frustration. Start today once you watch our latest episode of Laugh & Learn. Instagram for Business: Analytics and Stories In this episode, you’ll learn: How to connect your Instagram Account to your Facebook Page (using Facebook Settings); How to see and decipher your Instagram Analytics; and How to view, engage with, and create Instagram Stories for your brand. How are you using Instagram for Business? Let us know in the comments below… you may inspire someone in their own marketing strategy!

Does your business blog or hold events? When & where are you sharing and promoting them? Get the best advice from this month’s Laugh & Learn guest: Gina Iliopoulos of GreenMark PR‘s Growing Green Show! In this episode, we chat about: How often you should blog; What to include in your blog; Where to post and share your blog; When to promote your blog; How to promote events; Which social platforms to share your events to and how often… And more! If you have additional questions or comments, please leave them below. Don’t forget that you or a professional you know can be a guest on Laugh & Learn! Complete the form to get started.

This week on Laugh & Learn with Really Social… Who’s Who in Social Media featuring guest Carlos Gil Carlos is the Global Head of Social Media for BMC Software, a Snapchat Strategist, and was recently the keynote speaker at Social Media Day Denver 2016 in San Diego. But there’s far more to Carlos and what brought him to who he is and what he does today. When you watch this interview, you’ll learn about the obstacles he overcame, the experiences he uses to help businesses succeed in their missions, and the choices he made to lead him to today and his life of zero regrets. Enjoy this month’s video interview, and don’t forget to connect with Carlos on social media!

This video walks through a LinkedIn Profile, from top to bottom, to show you where you can make it better and how you can improve your credibility. Click to watch and gain insights into how your profile can work harder for you. Even Rachel has to make some tweaks to her profile as you watch the video! Get a free worksheet! To take the improvements even further, you can download a free LinkedIn worksheet which gives you guidance on how to optimize your LinkedIn presence and build your strategy.

Have you heard what’s happening in social media this month? Your updates are in this month’s episode of Laugh & Learn hosted by Really Social.

YouTube has maintained its status as a player by adding features to the platform: 360 video, live broadcasts, and soon livestreaming video from the mobile app.
With new developments in mind, now is the ideal time to start using these three ways to make your YouTube channel all that it can be.

Finding and choosing the tools which are right for a business is easier said than done, am I right? In an effort to save you from trials by fire, I humbly submit the following tools would have made my life as a business owner easier.

With apps like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Snapchat seeing exponential growth in mere months, it should be no surprise that Facebook has stepped up its game for people to connect easily on Messenger.

Social media has been a great tool over the years to spread the word. We’ve all become very savvy at typing a post, creating an image or video, generating a hashtag or two, and scheduling or publishing posts that share content out to whatever audience is relevant to us. For a while, that process seemed difficult. Now many people are very skilled at creating outbound content, and businesses are either executing a social media strategy themselves or hiring someone to do it for them. The problem arises when individuals, brands, or businesses assume that social media is a one-way hose used to distribute their content to other people. Their communication goes in one direction: outward. In fact, social media was never intended to be used only for outbound, and times are reminding us of that reality. Enter the private messages. We’ve seen social platforms begin to invest mightily in the ability for users to […]

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