My guess is you never gave a damn about bookkeeping, ordering, payroll, maintenance, or many of the duties that are so necessary to run a successful business. So why aren’t you …
Nothing, and I mean nothing, including Social Media, is as hard to master as MS-DOS was. . .
One of the best reasons to schedule posts is to space them out. And since one of the most common questions I hear from small business owners and non-profits is “How often should I post?” Rather than give you my annoying and potentially evasive answer, “it depends,” I thought I’d show you how to schedule. . .
Is Twitter really dying? . . . and is its decline a harbinger of social media fate? I’m sad to say it, but I agree with a recent article: A Eulogy for Twitter – Adrienne LaFrance and Robinson Meyer – The… Read More ›
Ahhh… so where are we now with Social Media?….
Twitter is apparently still the most misunderstood of the social media platforms.
While I was cruising Pinterest, I ran across just one too many infographics declaring the best times to tweet. Chicken Little was everywhere! If you aren’t …
Email Marketers! You can’t afford not to address each point on the infographic from Skadeedle below! Don’t risk an “Opt-out” or an unsubscribe because you overlooked what you might think of as a minor detail.
In my last post, I discussed the good news that Mobile Email opens are increasing. But the bad news is that your open rate report percentages will probably go down or not properly reflect how many recipients are actually opening your emails.
THIS – is huge…”Mobile Email Opens Now 41% & On Pace To Surpass PC By End Of 2013″. And as a Small Business owner or Non-Profit Leader, if you are sending emails without checking the text version, your email messaging is becoming more and more likely to not be seen…