I was on a call recently with a coworking space operator who insisted social media was something that should be outsourced or given to whoever was around. It’s the “my nephew is going to do it”
Posts, reels, stories, pages, groups … it’s a lot to keep up with. And if you’re trying to create all this social media content on-the-fly, you’re wasting time and energy, you’re probably not getting great engagement,
It’s a lot to keep up with the latest, greatest social tools when new things drop regularly. I mean, a few weeks ago, I didn’t even know what Clubhouse is and now, well, here we are.
The last couple of months, I’ve been getting real with my Instagram marketing. I’m more active and more strategic on the platform and I’m spending more time putting best practices into place.
Twitter chats are a great way to connect with like-minded people, pick up valuable insights and tips, and grow your Twitter following. Last year I started participating regularly in chats and my knowledge base and follower count increased immediately.
Part of Twitter’s brilliance is its simplicity. It is simple, sleek, and easy to navigate. But below the simple interface, Twitter has been rolling out some great new features. Here are 11 that will change how you tweet. 1.
You’re probably using keyboard shortcuts already, right? Every time you hit Command A to select all, Command C to copy, and Command V to paste (Yes, I’m a Mac user.), that’s a shortcut. There are TONS of keyboard shortcuts
I have a recurring conversation with one of my freelance writing buddies who I’ll call Max. Here’s how it goes. Me: You really should put a photo up on your Twitter profile. You still have the egg. Max: I
My first Periscope broadcast was fun. I didn’t know quite what I was doing and I made some mistakes, but I enjoyed the “Scope” experience. My second Scope was not fun. At all. It was horrible. I didn’t have
Last month I created an account on the streaming video app Periscope. Then, not knowing exactly what I was supposed to do, I did nothing. After several weeks, I mustered up the courage to do a my first broadcast—called