Are you waiting for people to discover your business? Wait no longer and take the lead by growing your social media following. It’s easy, fast, and totally free – you just have to put yourself out there. Keep reading to discover these seven essential tips to grow your following.
When using social media for your business, you must ensure that visual content looks its best. This will help your brand stand out and look professional. By posting non-adapted graphics, images or videos, you may not get the interaction you expected. That’s why size does matter after all!
GIFs have become an interesting tool to implement in your strategy for Instagram. They can help you to highlight some aspects from your stories, to include them in a call to action, to promote a new campaign, or to provide your business greater visibility. Moreover, they allow you to be different from your competitors and add value to your audience. Below, we’ll show you how to upload your corporate GIFs on Instagram.
Social media is in constant evolution, that’s why it’s imperative to be in the know about what the latest trends are, and how they can help your brand to improve its presence on social media and avoid staying behind your competitors. In this post, we are going to talk about five social media trends you should be aware of.
Social media trends are constantly changing from year to year. 2020 is no different. With so many new developments, what really is the top new social media trends of 2020?
Platforms are forever evolving to keep up to consumer and user demands. It’s known that video dominates over picture and text, explaining the rise in TikTok and the unstoppable platform that is YouTube.
60% of the population in the UK are active on social media, and that number is rising exponentially as Generation Z children grow older, but do you still feel like you aren’t using Instagram right? Having an online presence in these areas seems more and more paramount for the average business owner. Continue Reading…
We can learn a lot from successful social media campaigns but even more so from the ones that went wrong. Social Media can sometimes be a scary place to navigate. Once you post a photo on Instagram, share your thoughts on Twitter or give your opinions on Linkedin, there’s no going back. It’s there forever. While it’s important to take risks when creating social media content, it’s essential to be careful about what you post.