Post your Social Post on your business Facebook page
Share your Business post on your personal Facebook page
Share your post on Instagram and any other social profiles you are managing
Relax and enjoy your weekend! However take some time today and preview your upcoming calendar for the week and prep for your upcoming content plan.
Study today's marketing question and as always reach out if you have any of your own questions
Study today's marketing Term and try to apply the concept at least once today
Write a weekly or bi-weekly newsletter for your contacts
As often as you can, without getting annoying. How’s that for a vague answer? But it’s true – you want to send frequent emails, but not so frequent that people start unsubscribing or worse, marking them as spam. Where’s the happy medium? Unfortunately, it’s different for each business. For some, once a month is plenty, while for others, daily emails are just fine. Again, it’s a matter of experimentation and testing to see what your particular audience responds best to.
Social proof refers to a psychological phenomenon in which people seek direction from those around them to determine how they are supposed to act or think in a given situation. It’s like when you see a really long line outside a nightclub and assume that club is really good because it’s in such high demand. In social media, social proof can be identified by the number of interactions a piece of content receives or the number of followers you have. The idea is that if others are sharing something or following someone, it must be good.