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Social media has gone from a new idea to an absolute must for marketing your business. Traditional marketing has been turned on its head with all the media marketing platforms available today. By the power of social media, businesses can directly interact with their clients and customers. Both parties are able to support each other,… Continue reading HOW TO: Marketing your business through Social Media
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STRATEGY: Instagram is a hugely powerful tool for building your clientele. But it's important to have a clear strategy of what you're aiming to achieve, who you are trying to reach and in what geographical region. What do you want to achieve? Are you hoping to encourage people to visit your website? Or do you… Continue reading Instagram With Purpose: 5 Actionable Steps To Increase Your Clientele With Instagram
Create a FB business page: List your products in the shop section of your business page Use the button beneath the cover picture to send potential customers/clients to your website (even better, offer a free giveaway in your cover pic and tell them to click the button to sign up and receive the free gift).… Continue reading 3 Ways To Grow Your Client/Customer Base Using Facebook
Hashtags - once your phone’s pound sign, made their debut on Twitter but can now be used across most social media platforms, such as Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Google+. Anyone sharing content on a relevant subject can add the hashtags to their message, essentially making the content of your post accessible to all people with… Continue reading THE POWER OF THE HASHTAG
Firstly, what is Branding? Creating a name, logo or design that identifies and differentiates a product from other products. An effective brand strategy gives you the edge in growing within competitive markets. It is more than just the name or visuals to promote your company it needs to make up the backbone of your business. So,… Continue reading BRAND YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS