In a previous blog post, we discussed ways small businesses and start-ups can use inbound marketing to create content that draws in an audience. In this post, we cover how to promote your content so your small business audience can find it. After all, why write it if no one will see it?
It’s something that was once at the back of every recruiter’s mind, but has since become a top priority: using social media not just to spread the word about job opportunities, but also to communicate about what it’s like to be a part of the organization. What makes your company tick? That’s the question you should look to answer when producing employer brand content.
Leveraging employee advocacy through social media is a smart way to make relevant content available to receptive audiences while also building your employer brand. And contrary to what you may think, employee advocacy is critically important even in highly regulated industries. Attend this free seminar in New York or Washington, D.C. (or join by webinar) to find out more.
While producing content for social media is one big part of the job, publishing it isn’t necessarily easier or faster — at least if you don’t have the right tools. Luckily there are now many products on the market that help you with this task, make your life easier and increase your productivity.
We are introducing 4 tools and their features here, and there should be one for every kind of business, so make your choice and get to work!
When it comes to brands and businesses on social media right now, a lot of the conversation is about content: creating content, curating content, making content spread. There is a lot of talking being done on the Internet. But what about listening? If you can learn how stop talking and start digging into the noise, you are likely to hear a lot of things that can bring a lot of value to your business.
"Another agency I talked with told me they can guarantee me results and give me numbers." That’s what this potential new client told me, and truth be told, it wasn’t the first time I was hearing that kind of question.
Although I understand where the question is coming from and why, my experience is that it is impossible to give guarantees to a client when launching digital campaigns, and I also think it’s not very ethical to do it. Here are the reasons why.
If there is one thing digital allows us marketers to do, it’s test, compare and adapt very quickly. Split, or A/B testing, is one way to do that, and it can be applied to social media content.
Here are four things you can split test easily that can help you improve the reach and engagement on your social media channels.
There is no such thing as "social media might work for some people, but not for my company - industry- product. " Social media is effective when it is executed the right way, period.
As a tool in your marketing toolbox, social should be helping you increase sales, and should show clear ROI. If that is not the case, or if you are unable to measure the results, then something is done wrong. We present you the most common mistakes, so know you where to look and hopefully what to fix.