Are you contemplating buying Twitter followers or maybe followers on Facebook, Instagram or other social media platforms? Answer this question first: Is it more important to have thousands of fans/followers or 100 who actually share, like, comment and engage with your business? This is one question you will never hear from the plethora of social..
Great infographic via www.socialmediatoday.com that asks the question: What are the key social media marketing trends to keep an eye on? According to this infographic by Morrison Foerster, there’s a lot to take in when it comes to improving social engagement in 2016: Read the full article here on Social Media Today.
Is social media marketing on your restaurant’s menu? It should be. These days a social media campaign is an essential component of any marketing plan and this is especially true for restaurants. Unlike many other industries, restaurants have the unique opportunity to meet their customers face to face with every single transaction, and in today’s..
A guide by e-interactive to help you measure social media analytics. Stop running around like a headless chicken and start measuring your analytics! Don’t be mistaken, social media analytics go much beyond just “likes” and “followers”. Connect with The Network Chefs: Facebook – Twitter – LinkedIn – Google Plus – Pinterest
Understanding how to market your business on social media can be daunting, to say the least! So many social sites – which one to choose. How to measure ROI. What about SEO? To help you out, here is a great infographic outlining 36 rules of social media:
With all the content being shared on Facebook, even the greatest content strategy can fall victim to the “noise” of social media. However, if you’re willing to dedicate some extra time and money, Facebook advertising can help you stand out from the crowd. Facebook advertising, when properly managed, provides a low-risk, high-reward way to promote..
Customers have always been fickle, but never before has it been so easy for them to channel discontent into social-media campaigns with potentially disastrous consequences for companies. In The Conference Board Review cover story, “Anger Management,” writer John Buchanan explores how technology has helped spur “a massive power shift,” emboldening consumers to express their outrage…