I have been working on my Instagram lately, and I am loving this platform. I get to speak directly to my ideal audience and readers and get to be found by a whole new audience easily. It is a fun platform to use, but Instagram is also definitely a social media platform that requires intention, discipline and consistency. Instagram has made it a bit harder to reach your audience with the algorithm change, but in my opinion they compensated for this by introducing business accounts (especially with the stats we get to see) and also by adding Instagram Stories.
Hey firecrackers! October is here and I can’t believe it! I just spent this past week hiding from Hurricane Matthew, and gladly we did not lose power or experience any damage, but prayers to those that still have no power here in SC and those majorly affected by the aftermath. It feels good to be back on the computer, and I feel ready to get back to some work and share content with you guys.
Pinterest is a powerful tool to drive traffic to your blog. It’s great for brands that cater to women in many fields: beauty, make up, decor, blogging, business, parenting and lots more. For me, Pinterest is driving about 27% of my traffic to my blog so it’s a social media platform that I pay extra attention to. In order to thrive in Pinterest, you need to get acquainted with the smart feed and the algorithm.
I have been livestreaming for over a year now, and video is here to stay.
Studies show that in five years, 80% of the content we consume online will be video. That, my friends, is an insane amount! So, you can not escape the fact that video should be a big component of marketing your creative business. I began live streaming via Periscope, and I have written some blog posts on how to use Periscope for business,