I came across this photo in my FB feed and it gave me a good chuckle. And well it’s a holiday weekend so I thought I might leave you on a happy note.
Have a safe holiday everyone!
Did you know that half of Linkedin user’s have a profile that is 100% complete? Is this you? Whether you’re using Linkedin to find a job, prospect for new clients, researching other people, or just want to show off your awesomeness use this infographic as a checklist. Number 3 in my opinion should be Number 1. It amazes me how many profiles I come across with unprofessional pictures. By unprofessional these would be pics acceptable for a Facebook profile not a professional network.
What must have is the most important to you?
By Tanesha White
I often get questions on how online behavior is tracked. It can be looked at as either really cool on how marketers can use this information, or it can be really scary because of the profiles that are being created about us. I came across this infographic that gives the perfect visual of all the good the bad and ugly of what and how your information is being tracked and most importantly what you can do about it.
Now that Facebook has officially rolled out new Page analytics to everyone I’m sure you’ve been diving in taking a closer look to see how you can improve the performance of your page through the newly structured data. This is also a good idea to look at your strategy again as well. The infographic below brought to us by Shortstack gives some great pointers on what you can do to improve engagement and what can enhance it such as, adding call to action (CTA) to the caption of your photos or utilizing ads effectively.
So enjoy and give your Facebook page a facelift.
Instead of throwback Thursday I found this throwback infographic today, and we can pretend it’s Thursday:-) This infographic by the gang at SEOMoz was created in 2011and happens to be one of my favs. What’s ironic about it is that nothing has really changed over the past few years except for the social media aspect. This guide gives you all the tools and tips to get that social strategy started, but there’s definitely a lot more to social marketing than this infographic displays.
What would you add to it?
Tanesha aka Digital Divia
Our world of social media is definitely an ever changing landscape. The rules are constantly changing to where rules are just blurred lines. Just a couple weeks ago Facebook finally cracked and allowed contest to be held directly on timelines, which I’m not sure if businesses really complied with that rule 100%. Just sayin….
I came across the infographic by Jeremy Waite who laid out some entertaining rules to follow with social media mainly pointing out the mere reality of what’s happened, do’s and don’ts, and went wrongs. Lessons to be learned like don’t slow down social momentum after a campaign has stopped such as in rule #36 #oldspiceguy where is he now? And we all know this person in rule #7, please don’t be this guy or even the person in rule #29 you social specialist you! . Or a real dose of reality when measuring metrics in rule #23.
Enjoy, I know I did!
Tanesha White AKA ~Digital Diva
Source: Jeremy Waite
Is your social media management strategy looking a little stale? If a desert with slight wind blowing a tumbleweed across the landscape describes your social interaction then the first thing you should be looking at is your content. It’s amazing that even adding one little call to action such as, like this, share this, what do you think comment below, please RT, etc.. goes so far. By now you are successfully posting everyday and have themes incorporated with your content calendar. If you haven’t been getting the interaction form your social following then seriously consider adding some call to action in your next scheduled postings.
Thanks to the infographic below from Hubspots Dan Zarrella for conducting research over the past few years. Research has shown that interactions do indeed increase.
Your Digital Diva