I’ve often shared how participating in Visibility challenges hosted by Denise Wakeman has helped tremendously in my quest to become more visible online. Each challenge has encouraged me to continue looking at more and more ways to gain more visibility for my blog, social media, website, and overall content. One consistent quest has been to find more effective ways to grow my newsletter list, which most of you know, can be tricky at times.
As the evolution of video marketing continues to gain more and more momentum, you can expect more captivating video content from brands and consumers alike in 2018. For that reason, including video in your content marketing is a must if your goal is to connect and engage today’s audiences.
I’m always talking about how important it is to promote your blog post on your social media channels once you’ve published it. Just slapping a blog post up on your site and hitting publish won’t be very effective if people don’t see your content. And they won’t see your content if they don’t know it’s there. Another great way to get more eyes on your stuff is to cross-post on sites like Triberr and Medium.
How confident are you in your digital marketing strategy? If you’re not sure about how to get it right, you aren’t alone. You don’t have to be a “natural” to have success in the digital marketing arena; you just have to learn how it’s done.
Email is great, but having an actual phone conversation with a client goes so much farther, and is a great way to increase client retention. So, if you haven’t picked up the phone and chatted with your clients lately, maybe it’s time you did!
Whoa Nelly … this is pretty exciting. At least it is for those of us who use online scheduling platforms to schedule our social media.
Twitter exploded on Sunday after a truck commercial aired during the Super Bowl. The ad got a lot of attention because it used a Martin Luther King Jr. voice over. With the Super Bowl being such an important event for advertisers, and a captive audience of millions, I’m surprised Dodge took such a risk. Especially during Black History Month.
What does your Twitter engagement look like? We all WANT more Twitter engagement, right? But are your tweets getting the engagement and activity you want from your followers? Or does it seem as if they are just floating out there in social media never-land … with no engagement or sign of being retweeted? Does anyone even see them?
The topic of online, or cloud, storage, solutions keeps popping up in my social media news feed, in groups, and when talking to clients or prospects. I keep hearing questions like “What do you use for online storage?” or “What is the best online storage platform for storing large files?”