Driving traffic — as well as driving revenue — to your blog is likely your top concern. You’re constantly assessing different advertising and marketing strategies seeking the Holy Grail: tons of blog visitors that convert into dollars.[Read more…]
If you’re sick of your usual 9-to-5 job, with dramatic coworkers and demanding managers then make a change! Social media is growing more and more every day, as is the need for freelancing. Here is a list of the top 4 social media sites you should be utilizing from home, which in turn will allow you to become your own girl-boss. [Read more…]
Do you wonder if those Facebook likes mean anything at all?
While it can be a debatable subject for some, these likes do mean something to Facebook page owners.
It’s not just numbers and vanity metrics, it’s a part of your blog’s presence, audience, legitimacy, and authority. Sometimes, it’s a sign of a successful business.
Social media started rising up years ago and has disrupted the marketing and advertising industries. Everyone started jumping on the train and it didn’t take Facebook that long to be the top social media network, even today.
To even emphasize the point, going on Facebook is a definite must for bloggers.
If you’ve started your blog without thinking too much about social media then now is the time to change that mindset. With that being said, we’ve listed a couple of ways on how to get more Facebook likes from your blog.
Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms on the internet right now and its popularity is not only just among the users, but also among the marketers. It is largely used as a photo sharing application by users all across the world. Instagram has provided a golden opportunity for the brands to reach out to a large audience base, which is available under one roof. [Read more…]
Twitter is one of the most effective social media platforms for Internet marketing. It allows businesses to interact with customers in new and exciting ways. You can use Twitter to share content with followers, provide customer support, promote products, and much more.
If you are using Twitter to promote your content, you will need to find ways to encourage other Twitter users to share it. This will ensure that your content spreads throughout the Twitterverse effectively, improving your website’s traffic and brand recognition.
For modern businesses – and this includes blogs, eCommerce, etc. – connecting with customers through social media is probably the single most effective way to expand online. Given that daily Facebook visitors grew by 6% from 2015 to 2016 (to equal more than 1.6 billion users), and roughly 75 percent of Facebook users in the US visit the site at least once a day, it’s clear that people’s use of social media continues to grow year after year, both in the number of users and the time they spend using it. [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…]
In 2017 it has become even more obvious that the future of online marketing is bright because the latest technologies have enabled marketers to reach unprecedented numbers of potential clients. The number of social media users was also rising in 2017, which resulted in an increased number of brands that decided to advertise on social media.
The Filmora team has carefully monitored booming social media trends, and they used the information they’ve collected to produce an infographic that clearly shows which trends on social media will dominate the coming year. Have a look at the graphic below to find out all the essential information you will need to create your social media marketing strategy for 2018. [Read more…]
In order to maintain a successful online presence, you have to be consistent and diligent, ensuring you’re utilizing multiple tools to help boost your brand visibility. To do this, weave together areas of Social Media, organic marketing, and website activity for maximum results. Let’s not forget that implementing strategy and making use of analytics goes a long way too. It can feel like a lot to take on all at once but begin well, with a strong domain, professional social media etiquette, and a powerful web host, and you’ll see your online presence sky rocket.
The purpose of social media, apart from creating buzz within your following is primarily to lead your audiences back to your website. Posting outside links to relevant content will keep your following on their toes while showing them you’re interested in what others in your industry are discussing. This should be done 25%-50% of the time with a bit of additional wiggle room for re-tweeting on Twitter. The other 50-75% of the time, you want to be linking to new and engaging content posted on your website. [Read more…]
It’s expected these days to have one or more social media accounts. People will ask to add you on Facebook or connect on LinkedIn as easily as they’ll ask for your phone number. It’s simple for most people to find you online, too, since your profiles are only a search of your name away. For this reason, it’s essential to use basic social media safety strategies to keep your identity, information, and self safe. [Read more…]