Getting a small business started is a challenge. There's no since lying. Ask around, you’ll hear and see. No matter how much you study up, you’re bound to encounter unforeseen circumstances that don’t exactly fit neatly into your plans and preparation. Perseverance can pay off for you. Venturing off to do, what so many people … Continue reading Want to be an Entrepreneur? Consider the Keys to Success
You post content to your social media accounts on, hopefully, a schedule that makes sense for you and makes sense for your brand. Your schedule should, of course, be based on analytics and sound research. What happens after you post? A good radio announcer doesn’t want dead air that can cause him or her to … Continue reading Don’t Let Your Social Media Be One-Sided
Some of you are aware, but others could be walking into what may ultimately feel like a Facebook sneak attack. You see, Facebook is making changes to the algorithm of its bustling News Feed. This will be a game changer for brands. If you’re among the 42 million pages and nine million apps, changes are … Continue reading Facebook’s News Feed is Changing, Brands Better Pay Attention
Ashlee Campbell SG3 Communications Guest Blogger Social media is a key part of today's communication. However, in my opinion, there is such a thing as being too much involved with social media. One of my biggest pet peeves on social media, is when I see a Go Fund Me page. Now, with that being stated, … Continue reading My Social Media Pet Peeves
Be honest, now: You've seen more times than you can probably count people who have used social media to launch passive-aggressive attacks on people. Sometimes you're curious, sometimes you roll your eyes, sometimes you're angry, sometimes you're sad and sometimes it's something else. But, you've seen these posts. They happen a lot on Facebook and … Continue reading Social Media: A Weapon for Passive Aggressive Behavior?
These days, it's hard to visit anywhere (online or in person) and not hear someone talking about so-called 'fake news' in the media and spread via social media. Personally, what should be distinguished is there's a difference between "fake news" and news that turns out to be incorrect. For example, someone may legitimately report something … Continue reading Social Media and ‘Fake News’
For some people, it's one more thing to do. For others, it's one more thing to have to read, to have to keep up with. So, whether your company can benefit from a newsletter could be dependent upon several factors. The factors? You will need to consider whether your company needs that level of internal … Continue reading Does Your Company Need a Newsletter?