Sure, we’re halfway through the year 2016. Yet, considering how rapidly the social media landscape changes, taking a look at your plans for the rest of the year is always …
Category Archives: How to Use Social Media
#ReallySocialTip: Use Location in Social Media
Customers who visit your physical location can “check-in” or “tag” your location on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Foursquare.
An Ounce of Automation is Worth a Pound of Engagement
Whether it’s a simple “like” to acknowledge your tweet or an engaging conversation, I respond to tweets and replies. Every single one. Even if your tweet is in a negative tone, I’ll engage with you. I do so because I value Twitter as my preferred social media platform for engaging with others.
What’s Your Lens Flare? Create Consistency on Snapchat
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 …
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And the Oscar goes to… Your Social Media Manager
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.
Yes, You Can Repurpose Your Snapchats
There are at least two ways to save your Snaps (that’s what you call each snippet you create for your Snapchat Story) to reuse elsewhere.
Best Practices for Your Blabs
If you plan to be on Blab frequently, set yourself up for consistency and credibility by establishing your ground rules.
How to Set Up Your Blab Like a Boss
Join the Blab bandwagon and bypass the rookie phase. You may have joined or sat in on a Blab, but have you set up your Blab? Just as with any …
Cool Heads Are Better Than Fast Fingers
Back away from the keyboard. Slowly. With everyone communicating online, human beings can tend to lose our civility while hammering out our feelings on a laptop. When you’re on the …
The Difference Between JPG and PNG Images
As you plan your next design, you may not wish to use a standard, stationary-like white background. You want versatility to overlay an image over any background, right? What you’re …
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