As with any relationship, communication is key! Social media platforms give your audience the space to be sociable and express their opinion, likes and dislikes. Use this opportunity to engage with them by responding to their comments!
There is no need to wait until you are the finished article as there is no such thing as the finished article. This is especially true in digital marketing with the fast paced changes in trends and developments. There is always room for self-development and refreshing and enhancing your knowledge to keep ahead of the game.
With these seven simple steps, social media planning for your business will become second nature in no time and with consistency and planning, you will enjoy the rewards you earn back from this monthly approach. Inevitably, the key is in the planning but here at Nysnö we do not believe the old mentality that ‘failing to plan is planning to fail’, instead, our belief is that every new month is an opportunity to reflect and to strengthen ourselves and our processes as part of a continuous path to success.
Today the world mourns Stephen Hawking, a brilliant scientist who transformed our view of the universe and encouraged us to “look up at the stars and not down at your feet”. This quote is extremely profound as it can be interpreted in many different ways and be applied metaphorically to both your personal and professional life. It made me reflect on recent experiences of attending business expos.
Yes, there is no hiding or running away from it, the date of 25th May 2018 is quickly looming upon us but there is no need to dread it. Becoming GDPR compliant will feel like climbing a mountain but with clear steps outlined on the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website that you must first conquer, the view from the top will be worth it to ensure the reputational success of your business.
There has been a surge of panic amongst businesses since the release of the latest Facebook newsfeed algorithm change, prioritising “meaningful posts” from family and friends over those of businesses.So what will this actually mean for businesses? Are they right to consider jumping from the Facebook ship entirely?