Social media is a fun and inexpensive way to spread the word about your business, but most small business owners will agree that marketing on social media is time consuming. With so many different channels, it’s hard to keep up and even harder to get people to see and engage with your posts. Isn’t there a cheat sheet to show you exactly what to post on each social media site?
Yes there is! We’ve created this bite-sized guide to help you quickly identify the best content to post on social media and learn what you really need to do to generate leads on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
This Social Media Pocket Guide includes:
Facebook ads are a great way to generate leads for your business, but creating them can be a challenge. To help you out, we’ve come up with 18 examples of Facebook ads for different types of businesses, including:
For each example, we’ll explain what makes it effective and provide actionable tips for you to use in your own Facebook ads.
Facebook and Instagram contests are an easy and free way to promote your business on social media.
To help you get started on one for your business, we’ve compiled 10 real examples of Facebook contests and Instagram giveaways hosted by other small businesses, including:
You already know that social media is an effective marketing tool, but did you know that hashtags can make your social media efforts even more effective?
This eBook will help you understand how hashtags work, and teach you how to use them for your small business.
With this guide you will learn:
As the fastest growing social media platform in the world, Instagram can be an efficient marketing tool for small business owners.
Instagram can help to increase brand awareness, reach new customers, and boost business sales.
We created this guide to help you get started marketing your small business on Instagram. You’ll learn how to grow your following, increase your influence, gain brand recognition, and find new customers.
This guide will teach you how to:
Facebook is a useful marketing tool, but recent changes have presented problems for small business marketing. Organic reach for Facebook business pages has dropped from 20% to a mere 2% in just a few years. So, what can small businesses do to use Facebook as a marketing tool?
This free guide will help you to increase your reach and get more customers from Facebook. With it you will:
Social media has changed the way businesses interact with their customers, but growing your Facebook reach and fan base can be tough. Many business owners don’t know how to stand out or really make Facebook work for them.
In this guide, we’ll look at some real small businesses that are succeeding on Facebook. It includes: