Are you just getting your feet wet with Twitter? Or, were you an early adopter who started tweeting and using Twitter as a marketing tool well before anyone even knew what it was? No matter what stage of Twitterhood you’re in, I have a question for you …
Update: Vine did not officially die. Instead, it became Vine Camera on January 17, 2017. See the FAQs and get more information.
By now, you know that I think that video marketing can be super awesome for small business peeps, especially since there are several ways you can use it to your advantage. I should probably use recorded and livestreaming video more myself, but that’s a story for another day.
What you might not have heard — unless you’re on Twitter a lot — is that another video platform has been kicked to the curb. Like Blab, Vine is going to be killed off. It’s still around for now, but not for long.
Live stream video can be a huge game changer for small businesses. It’s an easy and fun way for just about anyone (from a one-man-show to large corporations) to connect with audiences anywhere across the globe.
Do you have questions about how to manage your social media accounts? Are you feeling overwhelmed by social and are not sure where start — or what tools you should use to manage your accounts? Do you need to create a social media strategy?
Keep reading to learn about basic things you can do to save time while you manage social networking sites for your small business.
Are you using Facebook Live? I am! Well, I’m just starting to.
Today — Star Wars Day — I recorded my second Facebook Live video (see it at the end of this post). Unlike Google+ Hangouts, I didn’t jump at the chance to test out Facebook’s new video app.
First of all, it wasn’t made available to all users when it first rolled out. Only verified peeps got the green light to try it out at the time. And, second of all, I was a little more interested in learning about Blab.
So, now here I am giving it a go. I have to tell you, the experience was pretty good. I think you should give it a try, too.
Sharing a good tweetable is like giving someone the best bite of your delicious sandwich. And, Click to Tweet can help you share your delicious tweets!
Before I get ahead of myself, if you don’t know what a tweetable is, it’s a short quote embedded in a blog post that is easily shareable on Twitter with one click.
Typically, it’s one of the best, most flavorful quotes from the blog post … like the best bite of a delicious sandwich.
There’s a lot of buzz about LinkedIn these days, but what the heck is it anyway? As a small business owner (or someone who’s looking for a career change), LinkedIn can be a great resource. And, you might find potential clients there.
Have you ever wanted to just follow a specific set of people on Twitter? … to just focus in on the conversation among one group of people? Putting your tweeps in separate buckets can be very helpful, especially when you follow quite a few of them. And, you can easily do that by creating Twitter lists.