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For brands, you’re planning mode for a new year. While you muscle through your future, your customers face their own challenges for 2017. How can you reach out your hand, take theirs, and step into the next year together?

If you haven’t yet used Facebook Live, isn’t it time to get started? Brands are having a tougher time today getting their Facebook Page posts seen. Facebook Live is an effective workaround to achieve better results for your business. Facebook Live video posts have 135% greater organic reach than photo posts. Facebook generates 8 billion video views on average per day. People spend 3x longer watching video which is Live compared to video which is no longer Live. Source: Social Media Today Facebook Live is a reality in today’s marketing. More than that, Facebook Live has undeniable reach and impact far beyond other types of Facebook posts. If your brand, personal or organizational, is on Facebook, you need to learn how to use Facebook Live.   Register today for the Really Social Training via Webinar: Learn to Use Facebook Live Wednesday, August 24, 2016 | 7:00-8:30pm Hosted by WebEx

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!

Marketing on Facebook is everyone’s goal today, and Really Social Training can help bring you to the next level!

Grab insights about Snapchat in this week’s #AtomicChat as Rachel Moore is the guest! #AtomicChat Monday, April 25 | 9pm ET

JJ Abrams is known for many things, but one legacy follows him into each new project: the lens flare. WAIT, before you go watch The Force Awakens for the 14th time, let’s examine why JJ’s lens flare is important here. Create Your Consistency on Snapchat While I certainly do not suggest incorporating lens flares into your video and image efforts (unless they would really add to the overall result), JJ’s use of them has a valuable takeaway for all of us. When you are consistent in any medium, you generate a few valuable characteristics for your audience: Credibility. Your audience will see you as an authority on whatever topic you wish to share because you share it every day (or at least very regularly). Reliability. Whatever else happens in the world, your “lens flare” – wherever you share it – forms a foundation for your audience. That may seem sappy, […]

Your live events are fabulous, but you need to get people in the door. Using social media should be a huge component of your event strategy. Join us live or watch below to gain crucial insights into event promotion using social media. Got a question you want answered during the show? Post it in the comments below, or – better yet – join us live on Blab! Rachel can be a guest for your event, too! Click here to get the details started.

Lucy specializes in marketing and PR, and learning about how she got to where she is today is sure to provide valuable insights to other pioneers.

You don’t have time to stay updated on how social media changes each day? No problem. We’ve got you covered. Watch the Blab live or the replay below, or—better yet—click here to join us live. We crowdsource the knowledge so everyone walks away with the latest updates, trends, and tactics. What would you like us to cover in this episode? Comment below.

So many great performances go unnoticed, from Hollywood to our circles. In your business, you have your own brand of performer which you may not realize deserves the highest honors and recognition for being great at their craft.