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Posts from August 2021

 
 
Google My Business is a free and easy-to-use tool for businesses and organisations. It allows you to manage your online presence across Google, including Search and Maps. 
 
A Google My Businesses account can help customers find your business, and to tell them your story, you can verify your business and edit your business information. Whether you’re looking for customer traffic or web traffic, Google is the ultimate search tool, ensuring that when someone looks your company up on Google Search and Google Maps, they find it. Once they do, your listing shows searches where and how to visit your shop, whether you have a web or physical address. 
 
Are you winning business on a weekly basis through social media? 
Most people don’t win business from social media because they don’t have time, don’t know what to post, don’t know when to post, don’t know how often to post, and simply lack the discipline to post regularly. 
 
Social media is vital for a business as it increases the brands awareness, builds up your credibility and brand online. As well as drives traffic off social media to your website. 
 
Creating a social media strategy is essential if you want to win business consistently. 
 
This blog covers everything from why you’re currently not winning business through social media, and the four simple steps to create your strategy. 
 
 
LinkedIn is an online service with over 550 million users, 2 new members joining every 2 seconds. The platform is used for professional networking, but is mainly used to talk about business with other users. 
 
With targeted marketing campaigns on LinkedIn, you can receive seven times as many inbound inquiries from potential customers, rather than using conventional methods. 
 
LinkedIn is one of the most valuable channels for qualified leads, that allows you to engage with valuable prospects. You can access the broadest possible community of professionals, and target them with precision, something that can't be done on other social platforms. 
 
By creating a standout profile and building the right network, you are opening yourself up to career opportunities and potential sales. Your LinkedIn profile becomes an online version of you and it is a great way to give you credibility and will establish you as a trustworthy potential employee. 
 
 
 
 
Facebook has over 1.9 billion daily active users; meaning it makes sense for businesses to use Facebook to boost their business. With 80 million small-medium sized businesses on Facebook (an increase of 23% year on year) and 6 million of those choosing to advertise on the platform - there certainly is a big reason to choose Facebook as one of your main marketing channels. 
 
Facebook has a variety of features including Facebook ads. Facebook ads help businesses get more visibility for their Facebook content and boost traffic to their core website content. Since Facebook ads keep your audience engaged, it also helps your marketing strategy reach a new audience or market you never knew existed. Ultimately, if you advertise on Facebook, customers will get to know your brand, products, or services in a click of a button. 
 
In case Facebook ads are still vague to you, let’s talk about why you need to be investing in them. Here are some of the benefits of Facebook ads that you need to know. 
 
 
 
 
Facebook engagement is important, as it can help extend organic reach. 
 
Engagement helps boost your News Feed placement based on the Facebook algorithm. Likes and shares expose your posts to your audience’s extended network. 
 
Ultimately, engagement indicates that your audience is well engaged. An engaged audience that wants to interact with your brand is something every marketer should aim for. 
 
Facebook engagement is any action someone takes on your Facebook Page or one of your posts. 
 
The most common examples are reactions such as likes, comments and shares, but it can also include saves, viewing a video or clicking on a link. 
 
 
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