Posts Tagged ‘strategy’

The Summer of Social

The Summer of Social With the official beginning of summer for many local school children, most people’s minds are focused on fun in the sun, vacations, and relaxation. For social media managers, however, there’s always work to be done. Yes, you may find us enjoying an outdoor cafe or a day at the beach, but we’ll…

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Handling Online Complaints

One of the biggest advantages of social media marketing is the ability to conduct a conversation with your audience. You can reach out to your customers 24 hours a day, 365 days year, and they can do the same. That being said, your company is now also open to receiving complaints at all hours of…

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The Role of Followers in Social Media Marketing

The Role of the Follower in Creating a Successful Social Media Marketing Campaign You have social media accounts for your business or organization that need to be updated. Your company signed up for these accounts believing that “everyone else is doing it” and “it’s free, so we should be taking advantage of it.” But perhaps…

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The Downside of Facebooking Too Often

Unless you’re a news source (like a newspaper or radio station), or a big-name, internet-known brand, you probably shouldn’t be posting to Facebook more than once a day. Often, I see companies or organizations doing social media “dumps.” They’ll go a few days without posting anything on Facebook, and then BAM! They post five things…

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