Category: Marketing | Comments Off on What Small Business Owners Need to Know About Social Media Post Best Practices
Posted by Adriana Motto | September 9, 2022 | Tags: social media hacks, infograph, Facebook, social media planning, marketing trends, communications plan, social media, customer behavior, social media strategy, Content Ideas, influencer marketing
Most small business owners struggle to identify the best social media posting formula. Is it art? Is it science? Is it pure luck? The truth is that it’s a little bit of all three. The Art – this aspect is about creating a predictable user experience so that your followers associate a certain type of…
Category: Marketing | Comments Off on How Do Organic Posts Work with Paid Ads in My Social Media Strategy?
Posted by Adriana Motto | August 9, 2022 | Tags: Content Ideas, social media hacks, social media planning, small business, communications plan, social media, social media strategy
Depending on your personality, participating on social media for your small business could be highly energizing or completely draining. Whichever way you come at it, the bottom line is that your social media strategy must be purposeful and consistent for it to contribute to your business goals. One of the constantly evolving aspects of building…
Category: Marketing, Small Business, Entrepreneur, Social Media | Comments Off on Three Secrets to Social Media Success
Posted by Adriana Motto | September 30, 2016 | Tags: communications plan, social media strategy, social media planning, small business
Learn the three secrets to a successful social media campaign for a small business.
Category: Social Media, Small Business | Comments Off on How Do Your Customers Use Social Media?
Posted by Adriana Motto | August 2, 2016 | Tags: small business, communications plan, social media, customer behavior, social media strategy
How do your customers use social media? Are your customers Early Adopters? In the Majority or maybe even Laggards? I was introduced to Rogers’ Bell Curve many years ago in Marketing 101 class. The original model was introduced in 1957 as The Diffusion Process.* It was designed to explain how farmers…