It’s how most of us felt in our first year, or three, of running a business; how can we even consider time away when we are the business? You are it, there is no “back-up” or answering service. If you go on holiday the business will fail, won’t it? (more…)
When did you last spend time looking through your Twitter or LinkedIn feed to find the messages that were actually engaging? Not simply shouting about something on special offer, or a new link to a new blog? Using Social Media in a more Social manner makes a huge difference to the results you’ll get from it, yet all too often people simply abandon their Social Media, claiming it “didn’t work for me”.
Facebook groups are great for building relationships and getting known for what you do. The only issue is, you can’t use them as a page, you need to engage as your personal profile.
This can actually be a positive if you do it right.
I wanted to share a few tips on how to use a Facebook group to help you build your brand awareness.
The world of freelance and virtual teams is here, and boy am I glad to have it. (more…)
Yes, you are running a charity which means you barely have time for a cup of tea in the morning, let alone thinking about social media management. But if you don’t spend, even 15 minutes per day, engaging with your supporters and responding to those that are sharing your cause, you may not have a charity with the amount of fans it deserves.
Sharing – what a wonderful thing!
The best thing you can ever receive on social media, whether it’s Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, your blog or Linkedin is a share.
Once you have been able to get yourself noticed on social media, you can then start to see the build up of engaged fans. These fans will want to help you to grow your cause. (more…)