How To Carry Out Your Own Social Media Review

How To Carry Out Your Own Social Media Review

Social media marketing is mixed up in the whole planning frenzy that kicks off towards the end of November and carries right through in the New Year! If you’re feeling the urge to rebel against this wave of planning then check out this blog to find out why I’m...
Why I’ll Be Side-Stepping The Planning Frenzy

Why I’ll Be Side-Stepping The Planning Frenzy

The planning frenzy begins each December and continues right through into the New Year. As business owners, we can feel an immense pressure to take time out of our normal activities to put plans in place for the year ahead. Of course, planning is an essential part of...
Making The Most of National Days On Social Media

Making The Most of National Days On Social Media

From National Margarita Day to National Hug Day, it seems that there is now an event to mark every day, week and month of the year! Should you be mentioning National Days on social media? It’s often these events that end up trending on social media, as people come...
Should I Create A Free Facebook Group?

Should I Create A Free Facebook Group?

The announcement that Facebook is testing a new feature that would see Page posts moved out of the main Newsfeed and into a separate feed called Explore has caused a fair amount of panic recently and many businesses are looking for a solution that would allow them to...
Is it really game over for small businesses on Facebook?

Is it really game over for small businesses on Facebook?

The death of small businesses… The final nail in the coffin for organic reach… If you can’t pay, this is the end of the road on Facebook for your business. This has been the message flying around Facebook and causing trepidation and even panic amongst Facebook Page...
Capturing Attention In A Feed That Moves At Lightening Speed

Capturing Attention In A Feed That Moves At Lightening Speed

Social media newsfeeds, not only on Facebook but on the majority of mainstream social media platforms, move at lightning speed. In fact, the average person scrolls through 300 feet of content on Facebook every day – that’s very nearly the height of the Statue of...

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