I hope you enjoy today’s roundup of the week’s best posts in social media.
How to Craft the Perfect Post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram from Buffer: “In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of creating epic, engaging and beautifully crafted messages for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We’d also love to share a very special new Buffer feature with you to help you craft the perfect update for every social platform in one seamless experience.”
5 Ways to Use Social Media Automation in Your Marketing Strategy via Rebekah Radice: “Hear that? It’s the collective groan that two-thirds of all marketers are making. The cause? Social media overload. And it’s easy to see why. As social media speeds along at a lightning pace, marketers feel the pressure to keep up. That’s where social media automation comes in.”
6 Ways To Create a More Engaged Instagram Audience from Melyssa Griffin: “By now you’ve probably figured out that we are huge fans of Instagram here. For good reason of course. With over 300 million active monthly users, Instagram is one of the best apps to get your blog and business noticed. Instagram is both fun and beautiful, but what we love most about it is the sense of community it brings!”
How to Promote Your Blog Posts Using Social Media: A Guide for Marketers from Social Media Examiner: “Do you want more social traffic to your blog posts? Wondering how to tailor your blog post shares for each network? Properly sharing your blog posts via your social media channels will help deliver a steady stream of visitors to your blog. In this article, you’ll discover how to successfully cross-promote your blog posts on top social media platforms.”
How to Find Your Best Keywords for Facebook Ads by Andrea Vahl: “Wondering how to find the best keywords for your Facebook Ads? Would you like to reach your perfect audience and save more money in your advertising efforts? Facebook targeting is a bit of an art form and there are a lot of choices in keywords. So how do you do your research and how do you know what keywords to test? In this article, I’m going to share with you the 3 places for keyword research, what the differences are in the keywords, and how to test your keywords the right way.”
Frances Caballo is a social media strategist and manager and the author of six books on social media. Click here to schedule an appointment with her.
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