Let’s be honest. If you’re not on Instagram, you’re losing out on some big ROI.
As of May 2019 there were 22 million Instagram users in the UK alone. That’s A LOT of potential eyes on your business.
We’ve covered in a previous post that social media requires more than just posting and hoping for the best. It requires an understanding of your audience, their interests and their pain points.
It also requires an understanding of the Instagram algorithm.
How many social media platforms are there and which ones should I be on? Social media can be tricky business for your business!
Can content marketing work for small businesses? We see the larger brands pumping out great content, more great content and even more great content. In fact we use these brands as an example of content marketing done right. But for businesses whose pockets aren’t so deep and who don’t have every possible resource on hand, can content marketing still work?
Summer is finally here… Woop!
Social networks have started the summer season in a chill way, as June brought no game-changing updates! However, there were a few small tweaks and new additions that could improve your social media strategies, so, let’s dive in and see what was new on social media last month.
For small businesses, the world of social media marketing can be a confusing and complex place. But, whether you’re a startup or an established local business, social media marketing can work wonders if you suffer from a lack of time, budget and resources.
For Zuckerberg-owned Facebook and Instagram, April was a month of big decisions. During the Facebook F8 developer conference, Mark Zuckerberg openly announced the direction in which the company is taking.
Although Facebook generated a lot of buzz last month, there are other social networks that announced exciting new updates and controversial decisions. Let’s jump in!