I have finally, after clamouring around the internet for years, found the wonderful Louise Myers and her excellent and very clear Visual Marketing Blog. And of course, on Louise's blog, she has an equally excellent and easy to follow social media cheat sheet for visual content. At last! Thank you, Louise, for clarifying, at last, this … Continue reading The Best Social Media Image Cheat Sheet, At Last
What is good for you is also ultimately good for your business. Amanda @surprisinglives
Read about my strategy regarding sharing, from whom and why, as well as what I expect or hope for in return. Also, I thought I would add my general guidelines for following and friending people on Twitter and Facebook.
Engagement is recommended as the most important part of everyone's social media marketing strategy. So why are some social media marketers, including influencers not engaging with their followers and audience? Read more.
I don't want to block all ads, quite a few of my friends have ads on their websites, and I want to support them. But, Google, I think you should know why people are ad blocking. Or at least a few of the reasons. I tend to use Google for many of my online searches, primarily … Continue reading Hey Google, This May Be Why People Are Ad Blocking
If you have a blog and are online the type of blog that you want to have is important. Depending on your goals your audience will be entirely different. And whichever type of reader you hope to attract dictates many other aspects of how you blog.
Not long ago a couple of the latest lists of so-called, social media and marketing “Influencers” were published. Congratulations to all of the deserving influencers. These latest lists looked quite impressive because the authors had included backup information about the process and criteria used to create these bills of influence. Because there were data and calculations listed … Continue reading Are Influencers Really Influencing Anything?