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Social Media Marketing in 3 Easy Days [INFOGRAPHIC]

crackerjackscribe
A solid social media marketing schedule will keep your social network active, and help grow your business / brand fan base in an organic and productive manner. This 3-day social media marketing schedule will help you stay on top of your online marketing, while running your business. The short-term investment, will turn into a longterm Web Presence for your business.
Social Media Marketing in 3 Easy Days [INFOGRAPHIC]

5 Tools to Help You Master Content Planning

NicoleKarlis
Drafting a content strategy from the ground up is a tall order. While it's a matter of elbow grease for marketers with access to a wide variety of expertise — professional writers, analytics specialists and content strategists — it's a daunting task for smaller marketing teams.
5 Tools to Help You Master Content Planning

How to Schedule a Week of Content in 20 Minutes

PaisleyHansen
Social media managers find that the hardest part of their jobs is to schedule out content. It's not easy finding the balance between quality and quantity of content.
How to Schedule a Week of Content in 20 Minutes

Is There a Perfect Time to Send Your Marketing Message? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Jake Jeffries
When sending your marketing message you need to put yourself in the shoes of your customer who will be receiving it, is your message relevant at that time? Send your message to late and you will miss your chance but does the early bird forget about the worm?
Is There a Perfect Time to Send Your Marketing Message? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Scheduling Social Media Posts in the Quest for Work/Life Balance

Lauren Mikov
It's terrifyingly easy to let your work consume your life when you're a social media manager. But with all of the tools at our disposal, there is no excuse for a social media manager's work to take over his or her life. Here are the top five reasons why social media managers often tip the work/life scale towards work, including a few commonly cited as arguments against advance scheduling.
Scheduling Social Media Posts in the Quest for Work/Life Balance

Be a Storyteller: Add Context to Your Content

Valerie Levin
Context is all about who you are, who you want to be, and who you want to associate yourself with. Essentially, adding context can help create a whole new world – or story – out of a single product.
Be a Storyteller: Add Context to Your Content

A Friday Afternoon Social Media Checklist

Evan LePage
We often plan our social media activities at the start of the week, but how many of us plan for the week’s end? To put your mind at ease before you head out for an actual weekend, use this Friday afternoon social media checklist.
A Friday Afternoon Social Media Checklist

Save Time: Schedule Your Message Across Multiple Social Networks

Warren Knight
When it comes to social media, the biggest turn off for businesses is that it takes too long. I always find people asking me after one of my talks about social media how I find the time in my day to spend on social and my answer is always the same; I only spend 20 minutes on my social media a day. Here are the tools I use to help me schedule my social content every week.
Save Time: Schedule Your Message Across Multiple Social Networks

A Scheduling Conflict: Hootsuite vs. Buffer

adhutchinson
Hootsuite or Buffer? Buffer or Hootsuite? Which is the best one for your social media management needs? Here’s a comparative review looking at the features of each.
A Scheduling Conflict: Hootsuite vs. Buffer

FAQ: What's the Best Time to Post on Facebook?

jenpicard
Until recently, there wasn’t an easy way to see when your fans were likely to be online, and marketers had to experiment with different times to figure out what worked best. Well, good news - the new “When your Fans are Online” Facebook Insights tab was specifically designed to help you find the best time to post on Facebook.
FAQ: What's the Best Time to Post on Facebook?