The biggest challenge for any small or medium-sized business in delivering effective customer service on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram is time, so today, we’ve rounded up some of the ways that you can speed up your responses and keep your customers happy.
There are those who argue that the total social media followers on social media channels is nothing but a vanity figure.
And in some ways, they’re right.
If you’re sweeping Twitter and following every account possible, seeking only a follow-back in return, then yes, your follower count is an empty figure, made up of bots, phonies and those get-rich-quick scammers.
Plus, what’s the value of a following that includes little to no target customers?
This is the largest and most comprehensive list of social media tools online. Trust me, I did some digging.
Sure, there are countless lists floating around that have 10, 25, or even 100 social media tools listed. At best, you typically get the same top social media tools mentioned across these lists.
But you and I both know that there are hundreds of other little known social media tools out there that can help with your social media marketing initiatives. However, who has time to curate all of these tools in one place?
Lucky for you, I have compiled over 600 social media tools into a single list. So we’re off to a good start.
After studying how hundreds of top brands use social media visuals I was able to find out exactly what makes them successful. That is why I put together these 4 social media graphic design hacks.
And best of all, these hacks are a great place for any type of marketer or designer to begin. So let’s jump into it!
Keeping your social media profiles full of great content won’t happen by accident.
Nope, you’ll need a social media content calendar to make it happen.
Well, having a plan for social media updates ensures that you won’t be left scrambling to find something to share when it’s crunch-time.
Clearly, reading a blog post won’t make you an overnight expert, but I’m offering you the closest thing to it: expert advice. Specifically 100+ experts sharing their top three all-time favorite social media management tools – the ones they use on a daily basis for the best results.
Social media is all about connecting with your audience. You need to provide them with engaging posts and be engaged with it yourself – asking questions and starting conversations.
Social media automation is something that often splits people into two camps: you’re either for it, or you’re against it.
So should you use social media automation for your ecommerce business?
Not only should you use it, but there are some rules that you must certainly follow when doing so.
It can be a chore to create social media status updates from your content.
I get it.
Who wants to copy and paste text into your social media scheduling tool whenever you run out of updates?
I’d much rather spend my time doing other things, wouldn’t you?
So let’s take back some of your time by eliminating the need to waste hours each week creating status updates.
And today, I’ll show you how you can not only easily generate social media updates from your blog posts, but how you’ll be able to use them again and again.
Seems like every business is on social media these days.
Which is the whole reason you’ve established a social media presence as well, right?
If you answered that with a quick ‘yes’ and nothing more, you’re not giving your social strategy enough thought.
In any form of social media scheduling you have to question whether the output is worth the return. Not too long ago it was easy to gain fast traction on scheduled tweets, updates and statuses. That was before algorithms and pay to play platforms, as well as the channels being far less saturated than they are today.
Twitter automation is one of the most commonly used, but not often talked about methods to scaling your Twitter account. It’s more than just scheduling posts.
In fact, when done right – Twitter automation entails the use of several different tactics: tweet scheduling, automatically growing your Twitter audience, knowing when and what to Tweet, and more. I’ll cover all the best Twitter automation tips in this guide.