Instagram is a buzzworthy social site for 2017, and the social platform has added several business-account friendly options that help brands connect to users with transparency and trust. Here is an overview of using Instagram for business:
Every marketer from your company should have the opportunity to attend marketing conferences at least once a year, if not throughout the year. If you’re the boss, fight to get this expense approved. If you’re the employee, relentlessly pursue approval to attend and expense.
Spoiler: It’s all about scheduling.
It can be hard for everyone to come back to the office after a weekend, but Monday is really a way to set the tone for the rest of your week, so you want to make it as productive as possible. Here are four tips that can not only help you survive Monday morning, but can help you have a productive Monday morning in the office.
Social, social, social. It’s a big deal in marketing, and it’s still growing. New channels are emerging, but the big leaders are still Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube.
As a marketer, it can be confusing to try to figure out which social media channel to use for your business. Here is a general guide to those that are struggling to decide which channel should get the most attention and the most content.
While marketers are often hyper-aware of social media and constantly asking themselves how to make the most of it, there is one social channel that continues to be overlooked: LinkedIn.
Since this social site isn’t focused on the wide audiences of Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter, businesses often fail to see the advantage of using the site.