Despite what you may have learned with this week’s #MarketingMonday segment about your online privacy, you do have control over what you share through your devices and online. The following tips are ways you can be proactive in managing your online privacy.
For the sixth episode of #MarketingMonday, Helene discussed the dangers of automation and how it can affect your business in a negative way: there *are* positive ways you can use automation software/services to help your business run more smoothly without letting your business lose the human touch. Helene also discusses some negative ways automation can alter your business and gives some example and tips on how to prevent it. If you want some more in depth context as to what the dangers of automation is, watch the video above.
The shadow ban is a popular topic being discussed in recent days, especially on Instagram: shadow banning could be detrimental for your business if you’re not careful. In this #MarketingMonday, Helene talks about compelling reasons as to why the usage of automation can cause some damage to your business and cause your Instagram account to get the shadow ban. For a more in depth explanation about shadow banning, check out the video above.
With social media being all the rage lately, people are now utilizing different social media sites like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for their business. This is a smart way to streamline your marketing and get the word out about your company. The newest trend with businesses is social media automation. Automation is “the technique, method, or system of operating or controlling a process by highly automatic means, as by electronic devices, reducing human intervention to a minimum,” With everything in life, there are pros and cons. With automation, there seems to be more cons than pros.
Tweet, tweet! Are you on Twitter yet? I have been a Twitter user since 2007, so I have seen how the social network has evolved for good (and for bad).
Even though Twitter has been around for almost ten years, most people still don’t know how to use Twitter. The most common question I receive from my clients is how to use Twitter properly.
How DO you start using Twitter without stepping on other Twitter users’ figurative toes?
Here’s a social media situation you want to avoid for your business, no matter if you have a small business or a large one:
In June, I visited New York City with my boyfriend and co-founder, Ryan. We visited the Empire State Building (ESB) on June 19th and saw this sign (in the photo above) near the observatory entrance. Since Ryan is the visual expert between the two of us, he figured he had a chance to enter this contest and possibly win one of the grand prizes.
Fast forward to yesterday, August 3rd: I did some sleuthing of the hashtag, #ESBHeartOfNYC, to see who the other contestants were. It seemed like not many people were using the hashtag, so our chances of winning were even higher. However, I found it strange that across all of the Empire State Building’s social media channels, there was no mention of this hashtag or the contest. I posted on their Facebook Page and received the response in the photo above.
“Hi Helene — Please note we do not currently have a photo contest running. When we have any further information we will post it here and on our other social channels so stay tuned! In the meantime if you’d like to submit your photo for our Facebook Fan Photos Album please send it to us via private message. Thank you.”
Then why did they have that display up at the Empire State Building?