Since each social network has a different audience, you need to consider the type of company you are to better reach you target market. Is your company more Business to Business (B2B) or Business to Consumer (B2C)? Sometimes it can overlap. Simply put, if you sell more to businesses rather than directly to the end… Read more B2B vs B2C Which Social Network Should You Use?
I asked a client, “Who’s you’re target market?” He replied, “Everyone!” Yikes! Unfortunately, not like back in the day of the Yellow Pages, you can’t place an ad or two in the local paper or the YP and expect to get results. Each social media network has its own audience — a distinct user base.… Read more How and Where to Best Reach Different Generations on Social Media [Infographic] – Updated!
Technology – you can’t live without it and sometimes it just doesn’t work like it’s supposed to. We’ve all had computers crash and Internet connections die on us. So what do you do when technology doesn’t work right? I taught a client how to share her boss’s blog posts with HootSuite and one time she… Read more When Social Media Technology Doesn’t Work Right
In this climate of deeply divided political and cultural issues, it’s very easy to offend someone just by replying, retweeting even posting on the wrong social media account. Now, if you happen to work in politics or a religious organization, this article isn’t for you. It’s expected to see those types of posts on your… Read more Why You Need to Keep Business and Personal Social Media Separate
25 years ago this past week I was living through Hurricane Andrew in Miami. 13 years ago this Labor Day weekend I was enduring the 2nd of 2 hurricanes, Jeanne (Frances came 2 weeks earlier) in Palm Bay, FL. After Andrew, though by the grace of God my home and belongings were spared, I spent… Read more How Social Media Helped Save Lives During Hurricane Harvey