With more than 2 billion people worldwide using Facebook every month, having a Facebook business page is a great way to reach a large audience of potential customers. But with 4.7 billion new Facebook posts every day, how do you make sure your Facebook marketing efforts are standing out from the crowd?
When you have both a Facebook profile for yourself and a Facebook page for your business, it’s easy to get confused—and to confuse your customers in the process. Use these 10 tips to keep your Facebook identities straight.
LinkedIn is an excellent way to establish a professional identity for your company on social media. A LinkedIn company page lets you promote company news, showcase your products and services, connect with prospective employees and customers, and enable your employees to act as ambassadors for your business. Here’s what you need for a successful LinkedIn company page.
It may seem like Twitter is getting all the action these days, but social media users spend more time on YouTube than any other social media platform. Despite YouTube's popularity, only 6% of small businesses have a YouTube channel according to the 2017 American Express OPEN Small Business Monitor. Here’s what you need for a successful YouTube channel to promote your brand and build your business.
Your Facebook Business page is the social face of your company. Make sure you’re engaging your audience and presenting your brand in the best light with these essentials for your company Facebook page.
Facebook is the biggest social network on the planet, with 1.23 billion people using it every day. And that’s a good thing, because Facebook can be an inexpensive, effective way to connect with your target audience and promote your brand.
When it comes to marketing, inbound is in. Inbound marketing generates 54% more leads than paid marketing and costs 62% less per lead. For smaller businesses with limited marketing budgets, inbound is even more effective—84% of small businesses focus primarily on inbound marketing. Here's how to use inbound to build your business.
There’s no denying it: marketing automation is hot. But for every marketer who's comfortable using it, there are probably three who are totally intimidated by the term. Once you understand what it is and how to use it, however, it can transform your business.
The social media universe is a big, big place, filled with many, many people (2.2 billion worldwide), some of whom you would love to have as customers. So how do you find the right ones and make them yours? Social media advertising is one way, but you can also build a robust social media audience just by knowing and interacting with your target audience. Here’s how.