Blogging, vlogging, and influencing are among the highest-paying employment in this digital age. It may be true that a good percentage of accounts on social media platforms are either bloggers or influencers. This makes the development of computer-generated influencers inevitable in the future. And that future is now.
Marketing on social media has evolved and become more dynamic than ever. Through the years, new formats have been popping up, challenging business owners and marketers to keep up and find more engaging ways to reach their audiences.
One of these formats? Video.[Read more…]
The hardest part of any freelancing business is getting more clients. You have a skill and expertise, unfortunately you don’t have enough people to show it to though, and you’re not having the kind of growth you want.
We get it.
When freelancers think of obtaining new clients on social media their minds often drift towards LinkedIn and Facebook. Twitter is a highly underutilized platform for obtaining high-quality clients for your freelancing business, which is being over looked by most freelancers right now.[Read more…]
The world of social media marketing is buzzing with its hottest word – “ephemeral content”. Also referred to as temporary content because it lasts for 24 hours before vanishing from the platform, this type of content is by no means new, as it was introduced by Snapchat back in 2011.
So, what’s the reason for the buzz?
Well, it turns out that self-destructing content is actually a powerful tool for all kinds of marketing and promotion.[Read more…]
Let me guess: You are swamped with things to do, aren’t you?
As a blogger, not only would you have to create content for your website regularly (which would often take hours), but you’d also need to find clients, keep track of industry trends, polish your writing skills, and so much more. (That is, if you want to sustain yourself as a full-time blogger.)
With all the things on your plate, you’ll barely have enough time to market your website. [Read more…]