In Marketing Munchies with Laura Christianson, you’ll get snack-sized video tips to help you improve your website, blog, and social media marketing.
In Episode 1:
- The Tale of Boaty McBoatface, or “be careful what you ask for on social media”
- Writers: take note of these AP Stylebook updates
- Infographic: How Facebook can harm relationships and destroy marriages
There’s no cookie-cutter approach to meeting the demands of using social media and other tools. But there are common considerations we all should address.
In this guest post. Matthew Harris recommends eight practical marketing strategies that will increase your online presence and authority.
Facebook has unleashed five changes to Pages. In these illustrated mini tutorials, you’ll learn how to:
- Like or comment as your Page
- View the Home feed of other Pages
- Like another Page as your Page
- Publish on another Page’s Timeline as your Page
- Feature other Pages on your Page
PLUS, you’ll find handy links for how to get help from Facebook.
Social media gives us a slew of opportunities to encourage our customers to become powerful advocates of our brand.
In this guest column, Natalie Smith shares four quick, easy tips.
We experimented with this technique for getting Facebook Page likes on three Pages we manage.
The quick-and-easy technique works! We saw a modest increase in Page likes, which is better than nothing.
Try it yourself.
Confused about Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?
This handy A-Z infographic will acquaint you with basic SEO terminology. A must-read!
Since this tutorial’s original publication in early 2011, it has been the most-read post at Blogging Bistro.
Here is the latest, greatest version, updated March 10, 2016.
Facebook now gives us six ways to react to posts in the News Feed:
This quickie tutorial shows you how to use the new feature.
When Angela Welsh learned that her business complex was slated for demolition, her world shifted.
But losing her brick-and-mortar storefront motivated her to create a new brand that encompasses her talents and passions.
Read on to learn how Angela turned a loss into a win.
Online conversations can feel like a dissatisfying tennis match—you lob the conversational ball over the social media net, and nothing comes back.
In this guest column, Natalie Beach shares five ways to improve your game.