Running a successful social media competition isn’t as easy as it looks. What makes it difficult is the “successful” part. Based on my personal experience, I am sharing with you tips that helped me conduct successful social media competitions.
Have you ever checked if you can see your Facebook Page even if you are not signed in to Facebook? If not, then you might want to check it out and read this blog. If yes, you still want to read this blog and double check you have the correct settings since Facebook changes its settings very frequently.
Have you ever wanted to include some else’s content in your blog post but was not sure how to do so? Embedding it, is the best advice I can share with you.
Imagine you post something on your personal account and find out later on that someone else posted the exact same content without giving you credit for it. How bad would that feel?
We all want to have visitors navigate our website thoroughly and move from one page to another reading our content and interacting with it. We do not want a user to visit one page and leave. Such an action affects the bounce rate.
While passing by Times Square, New York a crowd caught my attention. The crowd was looking at a large led screen, and waving at it.
You have a website or an account on social media? keep in mind this social media tip: A WATCHED POT NEVER BOILS.
Are you managing a brand online? This social media tip is one off the most important tips to keep in mind: NEVER TAKE IT PERSONAL.