A typical social post is a video, link to an article, or photograph that can be viewed throughout the day. There’s not an urgency behind it for a person to see it immediately. To create urgency, or better yet excitement around social posts, you can try what’s commonly referred to as “live tweeting.” People and businesses have used live tweeting to document in real time what’s going on during an event. The concept of live tweeting has evolved dramatically over ...Continue Reading →
Top brands utilize Twitter every day to engage their audience. Is your small business using Twitter? Something as simple as tweeting a 6 second Vine of your latest dish, or a few photos from your recent event, shows potential customers what your company is all about. Keeping people informed, starting a conversation, and sharing great content, all help your small biz grow!
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YouTube has dominated the world of web video for over a decade. With everything from crazy cats to laughing babies, you can find almost anything on the Google owned video hub. For small businesses though, having your video on YouTube can be a double edged sword. Sure, it’s listed on the largest video search engine around, but is it highly visible in a search? Sure, you can embed the video anywhere you’d like, but is that a targeted marketing ...Continue Reading →
we started the Hub last year to spotlight local businesses in Ocean County and educate them about social media. Many small businesses have begun to post on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, but are doing so without a strategy. They post things that may or may not benefit their business, which really, if your post doesn’t have a specific goal, why post it?
As the Hub evolved, we realized that some small businesses knew social media could benefit them, but weren’t ...Continue Reading →