This edition of the Social Media Weekly Update has posts on traffic generation and social media. I hope you like this week’s selection and that the posts here help you in your business.
8 Traffic Generation Secrets From The World’s Top Social Media Accounts from Blogging Wizard: “In this post, I’m going to show you exactly what the world’s biggest social media accounts do right, and what you can learn from them.”
10 Instagram Hashtag Hacks Tricks You Definitely Want to Try from Later and by Benjamin Chacon: “If you’re searching for some great Instagram hashtag hacks to get more followers and boost your engagement, you’ve come to the right place! Whether you want to find out which hashtags are generating the most interactions on your account, hide your hashtags in your Instagram Stories, or add more than 30 hashtags to your post’s caption, we’ve got a hack for you.”
Facebook’s Testing a New, Stories-Like, ‘Swipeable’ News Feed by Andrew Hutchinson: “As Facebook looks to evolve in line with user behaviors, and meet rising demand for new formats, The Social Network is experimenting with a new News Feed layout which would enable users to side-scroll through the posts in their feed, the same as how they can through Stories.”
6 Effective Ways To Brand Yourself On Social Media from Blogging Wizard and by Camille Franc: “So how do you make the most of branding on social media? How do you put your best foot forward to attract new readers? How do you get those little streams to feed into a mighty river? We’ve outlined six great ways you can brand yourself on social media. Take them to heart and you’ll see more followers, more recognition, more engagement, and higher quality posts.”
5 Social Media News Stories You Need to Read This Week from Falcon.io: “Social media is constantly getting updated—so you should be, too. Here are 5 of the top social media news stories from this week that you don’t want to miss.”
Frances Caballo is an online marketing consultant and the author of six books on social media. Click here to schedule an appointment with her. Writing a book can serve as the best possible business card you can have and establish your authority and expertise in your field. Once you publish your book, learn to market it by visiting my other website, SocialMediaJustforWriters.com.