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When your firm invests time and resources into marketing, you should also invest time into creating a marketing calendar. The calendar is a document that maps out the dates (by calendar year) of when your firm’s marketing efforts will be carried out. A well-defined marketing calendar will serve as a valuable tool to help your firm stay organized and consistent. It is a living document that you should revise and update as there are changes throughout the year.
As social media marketing has become increasingly important to business, so to have the tools required to manage your social presence. But what do you actually need social media management tools for? What functionality and capability do they facilitate that can help you produce better results? Here are 10 ways such tools can help.
Social media networks have made it easier than ever for customers to reach out to brands with compliments, criticisms and general feedback. Is your brand there to continue the conversation? Check out this article with 5 strategies that will help you boost your own social media engagement.
What are the common best practices for automating elements of your social media presence? Are there any definitive 'do's' and 'don't's' of social automation? Social media expert Melonie Dodaro gives her advice in this post.
A number of factors go into making a good impression on social media platforms . Best practices take all kinds of things into account like tone, messaging, brand consistency, analytics, and more. Depending on the size of your organization, it can be difficult, even downright impossible, for one person to handle your social media activities all alone. For many brands, you need a dedicated social media team to manage this task .
Social media platforms present unique opportunities to reach your target customers, whether you’re a startup or a more established company . As such, it’s important to get off on the right foot or you risk alienating your audience entirely.
In a new episode of the Social Business Engine podcast, Bernie Borges speaks to NASA's Social Media Manager John Yembrick to discuss the organisation's approach to social - an approach which sees them handling some 500 social media accounts catering to niche communities.