Pinterest And Homebuilders

Pinterest may be one of the best social media platforms for Homebuilders to market their product. Pinterest lends itself to highly visual products like homes and good visually appealing posts can quickly go viral as they are pinned and shared across users. Let’s take a...

Three Outdated Social Media Practices to Give the Boot

Part of our job in providing our clients with social media marketing plans and implementation is to make sure we are not wasting the client’s time or money. According to KruseControlInc.com, businesses evolve, and so does social media. Yet companies are still employing archaic social...

A Map to Social Media Success

Whether you’re just starting out in social media for your business or you’re a seasoned pro, it’s still daunting to remember which best practices work with which social networks and what all the latest trends are. Thanks to The Whole Brain Group and Post Planner, you...

Why Get Visual?

Today people have less and less time to read plain text status updates. According to inc.com, videos and photos are more likely to get clicked and shared on social media. Inc.com also quoted that on Facebook, videos are shared 12 times more often than texts and...

Yes, Businesses CAN Use Instagram

Now that more marketers are using images for their social media campaigns (especially on Facebook), it makes sense that Instagram can be part of your marketing plan. You may be thinking, “I’m a business. How can I possibly use this to get results?” First, I’ll tell you...

Still Think Size Matters?

You’re a social media marketer – are you still worried about quantity over quality for your success measurement? Does size matter? Really? In a recent study, 75% of the respondents really are still worried about size. Sure, it would look great to be able to tout that...

5 Ways to Derail Your Twitter Campaign

Make it obvious that you’re not tweeting your own content. If you’ve hired a company to coordinate and manage your Social Media, remember that they are writing and tweeting in your company’s voice. The “tone” should be consistent with your business. The absolute WORST thing...