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Going forward and for the foreseeable future, these are the three types of content your business needs to plan in your marketing and sales strategy.
You may be thinking the last thing you’d want to do is get on a live video. I get it. Really, I do. There are tons of reasons to not go live. You may not like your appearance. What will you say? What if you stutter or misspeak? What if no one watches? What if you start getting spammed by trolls? What if you think it went great, but the higher-ups don’t like what you did? Fair enough. Those are all completely valid reasons not to go live. For 2016, those excuses worked just fine and held off the inevitable. But guess what? It’s 2017. Time to livestream. Your content is probably pretty good… maybe even great. Your audience and fans may have loved it thus far. But here are some hard facts about why video matters to you: Facebook users are 10x more likely to comment on your livestream […]
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 […]
Snapchat is gaining traction with brands beyond millennials and should no longer be ignored as a marketing platform.
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