I’ve searched the web, and here are the top ten social media and blogging posts this week…
There are all kinds of creative things you can do with your landing page(s) and the images you use. I highly recommend making a clear call to action, whether it’s providing the opportunity to sign up for your newsletter, offering a free download, linking to popular posts on your blog, etc.
Facebook Insights is an analytics tool which you can use to see how people are interacting with your fan page, much like Google Analytics. It’s a powerful and free tool which is provided by Facebook to give you a better insight into your following, and with the release of the new version, it’s better than ever before.
But you’ll need to make sure that you’re familiar with and comfortable with a few terms and definitions related to traffic and general web metrics – and I can never be too certain nor assume that the audience I have here is well-versed and/or familiar these terms. Some of you may already have a firm grasp on this terminology so feel free to skip this post altogether – but for those that need a quick intro or for those that need a good refresher here you go! We’re going to be using these terms very frequently so it’s in your best interest to know exactly what we’re talking about!
We’ve all made the mistake of posting something on Facebook – either on a personal or business account – that we should have thought twice about. I’m here to share with you five of my top tips for writing better copy – and getting better engagement – when it comes to your Facebook page.
Whether you do all of your own design and coding or just tinker with it here and there, here’s a quick tip that’s sure to save you time and frustration: When uploading an image that’s part of the overall design of your site — things like profile photos, social media buttons and even promotional images for special series — upload them via FTP rather than through the media library on your dashboard.
Before you decide what sort of social media messages your business should be sending out think about whether you are trying to reach current customers or prospective ones, people who’ve already heard of your business or those who haven’t, or those customers who are already engaged with you.
It doesn’t matter what you do, modern jobs seem to require that everyone barrage you with email at all hours of the day. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and like you’ll never get back to a clean inbox, here are ten of our favorite tips to help you manage the ever-growing mountain of email.
Good keyword research is laborious. So is it no wonder that once you understand the basics, you may be tempted to use whichever tool you have at hand and try to automate or speed up the process. Except, should you want to do this?
After you read this you will look at Twitter in a different way and see some fresh possibilities. When Twitter lists came out I saw immediately that they were going to be powerful in many respects. They have been huge for me. I use them everyday. More importantly I have been added to around 3,500 already.
Bad news, folks. I have the information straight from the IRS auditor’s mouth: swag IS, indeed, taxable. And you might want to sit down for this part. Are you sitting down? Okay. ANYTHING you receive with a value of $25 or higher needs to be reported.
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