Which one should you focus on or spend more time on? Blogging or social media? Should it be a 50/50 split of my time blogging and posting on social media? Well those are great questions. Check out this blog post to find the answers.
If you use Pinterest to bring tons of traffic to your blog, you need to use some type of automation software. But which one should you use? There’s a lot of hype around BoardBooster and Tailwind but Pinterest has picked the one YOU should use.
Learn how I used Pinterest to increase my blog traffic which resulted in an increase of over 1000% in sales during the first 6 months of this year. I will also show you how including Pinterest pins in my blog posts combined with using Tailwind helped make all of this possible.
Snapchat is a wildly popular mobile app that came on the scene is 2011. With over 100 million daily users, your customer is definitely on Snapchat. And if this app is being widely used by your target audience, then you need to learn more about it. But even if you know absolutely nothing about Snapchat, chances are you have seen a picture or video of someone using the Licking Dog lenses or wearing a Flower Crown. So let me just give you a quick crash course on all you need to know about Snapchat.
It may seem like everyone is already on instagram and there is no room left for you. But that’s not true. I believe that instagram will follow in the footsteps of its owner Facebook and grow to over 1 billion users. Trust me, now is the time to get on Instagram and harness its power.
There are so many social media platforms out there – Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube, Instagram, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Periscope, Blab, Google+, Pinterest…. The list goes on and on. Social media overwhelm is a real thing and you don’t want to spend all of your time posting on all these social media accounts because it’s the popular thing to do.
Social media is everywhere and its power is undeniable. And while so many people like social media, they don’t really want to be bogged down with the day in and day out grind of posting and updating it for their business. So that begs the question, do I really need to consistently update my social media accounts to build my business or brand? Do I have to post every day or on a regular basis?