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How A Blog Adds Value To Your Brand

Everyone seems to have a blog these days. From the mum next door to the local plumbing business, everyone’s blogging. But what does it actually do for your business? Is it worth investing the time into blogging on a regular basis?

In my honest opinion, it’s definitely worth it. Blogging has many benefits, take a look…

How A Blog Adds Value To Your Brand

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6 Ways To Market Your Business Using Instagram

Of all the social media platforms out there, Instagram has got to be the most fun. Who doesn’t love having access to millions of gorgeous photos and quote images? It’s the perfect medium for designers, artists, creatives and the fashion and food industries. Basically, it’s one big smorgasbord of inspiration. But how do you use it effectively, so it actually builds your brand online? Here are 6 ways you can use Instagram to market your business.

6 Ways To Market Your Business Using Instagram

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The 7 Deadly Sins of Social Media

When it comes to social media, there are certain things that you just can’t do. Whether it’s bombarding people with too many posts or never posting at all; ignoring negative feedback or trying to be something you’re not, it’s pretty easy to get it wrong on social media. These are the seven things you need to take a long, hard look at when assessing your social media profiles…

The 7 Deadly Sins of Social Media

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6 Reasons To Get On The Social Media Bandwagon

If you’re in business today, whether large or small, it’s not enough just to have a website. You need to be on social media platforms, and you need to be on them ASAP. Here’s why:

  • Your competitors are already there – Whatever industry you’re in, I can guarantee you that your competition is already on social media, and is reaping the rewards as a result.
  • It’s the best way to connect with your customers – Customers are online more than ever. If they have a question, a query, or just want to show their high regard for you business by liking your Facebook page, you should give them the chance to do so.
  • You can respond to problems quickly – As soon as an issue is flagged by a complaint on Twitter, Facebook or any other social media platform, you can jump on it and respond online. Better to deal with issues that customers bring up, than have them badmouthing your company online somewhere else.
Social media is word of mouth

Social media is word of mouth

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