Social media management isn’t easy. It’s hard to stay completely organised when there are so many social media channels you must keep track of, so many updates you must post, a lot of content to create … Becoming totally organised, productive and efficient requires some initial work, but it can be done. So save yourself some time and nerves with these 5 awesome tools that will help you combat that unorganised mess and make social media management a great and effective thing to do.
Are you ready for the holidays? Is your social media strategy ready to go? Holidays are coming fast and in order to get the best results out of social media you should plan ahead. Here are 3 things you should keep in mind.
We all know that tracking our social media analytics gives us an essential insight into our audience and performance. As we carefully monitor our Facebook and Twitter analytics, our audience on Pinterest is getting neglected. But Pinterest wants to put a stop to this with their new and deepened analytics tool!
Pinterest recently updated its mobile version with a great new feature called Guided Search. Searching is much easier with this new feature – Guided Search really guides you throughout the search and it helps you get that relevant search hits you were actually looking for (you can check out my short gif here). But how can Social Media Managers leverage that?
Are you on track with all the social media updates? Facebook has updated its design a few months ago, then Twitter updated its timeline design and Pinterest doesn’t want to be left behind. They have presented an awesome feature that will “help users steer their search in the right direction”. It’s called Guided Search. How does it work?
Pinterest is on its way to introducing ads to its platform. This is something marketers are really excited of, but are the ads worth a try? And how will they look like?
When it comes to social media, shorter is better.
Social networks are filled with different content. New posts are created every second and it’s kind of hard to keep track on things, right?
I’m going to teach you how to keep your URLs short with a few simple steps. That steps will ensure your posts will be short and more noticeable by the users.