If you've never done any kind of internet marketing, but you're interested in starting, it can be hard to find the best foot forward because it seems like there is always so much to do.
It can be difficult to imagine a business on a social media platform where you can't share links to pages or products, especially if your business isn't particularly visual. Step up Instagram.
Your brand is everything when it comes to your business, and your business is not your brand. Your business is what you do professionally to earn money, and your brand is much more. Your brand is a mix between yourself, and what you're selling - be it a product, service, or information. Your brand is the best parts of yourself, combined with your businesses core values, intent, and purpose.
Choosing which social media mogul to go with for your business is a massive step in the right direction, but there isn’t just one, there are MANY so which do you go for and which should you leave behind?
How to manage different types of people to avoid having egg on your face on your public business page.
These days you can have a full-time job just making vlogs on YouTube, being paid by advertisers for the opportunity to be seen, and making a fortune just being yourself. Here’s how to use it for your business.
Enter Pinterest. This player in the social media world popped on the radar in March of 2010, and caused a fair bit of confusion at first. Image sharing and idea swapping hadn’t totally caught on yet, but once it did…
Instagram - you can also follow other people and create your own photo sharing network. While Instagram may be primarily for photos, we’ll tell you what else it can do.
Twitter was created as a way for people to send very brief text blasts into the ether, for people to follow, comment on, and share with others in the form of “Re-Tweets”. Find out what to post.