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Just over a week ago, Facebook relaxed their competition guidelines by removing the need for a third-party app. This is fantastic news for small and medium sized businesses as it completely removes the cost of running a Facebook competition! But that’s not all that’s changed.
At a recent networking event, a number of people asked us if we thought LinkedIn was a useful platform for businesses, and of course our answer was yes!
We get a lot of people asking us about how to write the perfect post for social media, and the truth is, there is a little science behind it.
‘Like my page to go into the draw to win’, ‘Share my photo and win’, ‘Comment below to win’, we see these competitions all the time on Facebook, but not many people know it’s actually against Facebook’s terms and conditions.
Not seeing the results that you thought social media give you? The key is in posting short, relevant and engaging content for your target market .
With the average Internet user spending more time on Pinterest per month than Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ combined, Pinterest has quickly become a force to be reckoned with. Its simple, clean and easy to use design allows for users to quickly become a part of the growing community.
It’s amazing to think it’s been 10 years since LinkedIn became apart of our lives as the first online networking platform. They’ve seen both highs and lows, but still remain the world’s number one online professional networking platform and truly deserve the title.
With the need to create a social media presence, N.G. Stebbing & Associates came to us to set up and customise new social media accounts with a strong brand presence.
Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Google Plus and Pinterest have become a popular way for businesses to communicate with their audience. However, what should you be saying to your customers…more importantly, what should you not be saying to them?
I see a lot of businesses on Facebook and to be honest some of them are knocking it out of the park. Unfortunately, the others (which make up the vast majority), are ‘on Facebook’ but that’s about it…