Tamay Shannon doesn’t think social media needs to be overwhelming. Simply start, by being consistent.
David Trotter shows us how to manage social media in just five minutes a day. It is possible with a little bit of advanced planning.
Our guest Megan Brame suggests you start with your ideal customer. Once you understand that person, then look at the social media platforms they use and how they would use that platform.
One tip that Tracy Lamourie shared was to look for writers who are working on stories you can contribute to.
Local marketing activities can be broken into three buckets online presence, search, and then mobile marketing,
Social media is about ego. Those thumbs up and shares signal we’ve been accepted and esteemed by the community. Feel accepted is a basic human need.
Privacy restrictions make social media ads more expensive and less effective.
Hashtags. That little symbol that you see in front of a single word or group of words is an integral part of how Twitter and Instagram work.
Our guest, Thomas Libby spends a lot of time on LinkedIn. And the time pays off, because he uses the platform to help people get to know, like and trust him. Why isn’t it effective for everyone?
Want to sell more on social media? Then you need to go where your customers are.
When it comes to generating leads from LinkedIn, our guest Susan MacConnell thinks most people make several critical mistakes.
If you are running a local business, you need to be hanging out on Next Door.
You spend a lot of money on advertising, but if you really want to get your money’s worth you need a specific landing page for each ad
Introduced in September 2020, LinkedIn Stories offers entrepreneurs to step out from behind their logo.
Video Marketing used to be expensive. That was before everyone started walking around with a video camera in their pocket.
What will you do when Facebook goes away. I’m not trying to spread fear and panic it won’t disappear overnight. But technology changes and so do fads and trends.
People can’t relate to perfect. It is ok to let some of your imperfections show through
Do you have an engaged community?
Tara shares tips on how to get the most out of the time you spend on LinkedIn. From profile tips to engagement strategies.
The technology that allows merchants to target specific messages based on your location is called geofencing.
Yes, memes are fun, but that doesn’t mean you should use them for your business.
Former co-host Allison Carter is back to celebrate the 500th episode of More than a Few Words a Marketing Podcast for business owners.
Our guest Bryan Caplan explains why reviews matter for both SEO and general crediility for your business. People will research you before the buy from you
Twitter, is a great way to present a human side to your brand, connect with people you might never meet otherwise, and engage in regular conversations with people you may never meet face to face.
Bobbi Baehne explains why every business should embrace Instagram stories. This platofrm is not just for flowers, food and fashion
Email vs social media, which is better for your business? More than a Few Words host, Lorraine Ball how each adds to your digital marketing plan
In this marketing minute we discuss taking time to compare your website to your competitors.
Andrea Breanna, the founder of Rebel Mouse explains we often share something because it is so striking it hits our ITMO (inability to move on).
Lorraine Ball explains why you need to solicit online reviews as more than 88% of online shoppers incorporate them into purchase decisions.
You may be good on social media. But being good at managing your account does not mean you have the skills to be a successful social media chef.