Facebook has a feature that allows you to embed a post on your website or blog, which means more people will see and potentially engage with such an update. Read more on how to do this here.
Social media community managers will all be able to relate to the somewhat illiterate request for sponsorships they receive on Facebook. Out of frustration I wrote a blog post with some pointers for those who would like their requests to be taken seriously. Read it on the That’s It blog here.
Vine is a free mobile app (currently only available for Apple devices, although Twitter is working on taking the app to other platforms), that allows users to create video clips with a maximum length of six seconds. These clips can then be shared or embedded on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook. Read my blog post on how to use Vine in an online marketing campaign.
During the announcement of the new Facebook news feed look and feel, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the news feed is one of the most important things they’ve built, referring to it as the most personalised newspaper, and adding that stories deserved to be displayed in more than just text. Read the full blog post I did on the topic for That’s It Communications on their blog.
Having a blog, a Twitter account, and/or a Facebook page for your brand is meaningless unless you have an audience to interact with. Here are some basic tips to create content to attract more readers, followers, and fans.
Read more about this blog post written for That’s It Communications here.
- Preparing Your Local Marketing for 2013 (iacquire.com)
- The Importance of Landing Pages (shoutmeloud.com)
- How to Solve Your Biggest Content Marketing Problem in 7 Easy Steps (contentmarketinginstitute.com)
- Social Media Marketing Fatal Attraction: When Content Earns Your Brand the Wrong Type of Attention (toprankblog.com)
- 5 Easy Tips To Get Facebook Fans Easily (techterrain.blogspot.com)
- How to Get More Likes on Your Facebook Page (jeffbullas.com)