Agorapulse: Social Media Management Made Simple

Over a decade ago, at Social Media Marketing World, I met with the incredibly kind and brilliant Emeric Ernoult – founder and CEO of Agorapulse. The Social Media management tools market is crowded. Granted. But Agorapulse treats social media as corporations need it to be… a process. It’s become harder and harder to select the right tool (or tools) for our needs. For anyone (like us) trying to manage multiple accounts that are battered and

Here’s a Great List of Instagram Story Examples and Case Studies

We’ve shared a previous article, Everything You Need to Know About Instagram Stories, but how are brands utilizing them to drive marketing and sales? Instagram Story Statistics: So how are brands putting Instagram Stories to work for them? Here are 7 ways that brands are utilizing stories to increase awareness, engagement, and sales with Instagram users: Product Promotion – 36% of all stories directly promote the sale of a product or service. An Inside Look

10 Social Media Tactics that Boost Shares and Conversions

Contrary to popular belief, social media marketing is more than just being consistent with your posts online. You have to come up with content that’s creative and influential – something that will make people want to take action. It may be as simple as someone sharing your post or start a conversion. A few likes and comments are not enough. Of course, the goal is to go viral but what should be done to achieve

A Guide for Small Businesses to Advertise on Facebook

The ability for businesses to organically build an audience and market to them on Facebook has pretty much ground to a halt. That doesn’t mean that Facebook isn’t a great paid advertising resource, though. With virtually every prospective buyer you’re trying to reach in one platform, and the ability to finitely target and reach them, Facebook advertising can drive a lot of demand for your small business. Why Small Businesses Advertise on Facebook This infographic

5 Awesome Tools for Content Marketing Minimalists

I consider myself a minimalist in content marketing. I don’t like complicated calendars, schedulers and planning tools—to me, they make the process more complicated than it needs to be. Not to mention, they make content marketers rigid. If you’re using a 6-month content calendar planning tool—that your company is paying for—you feel obligated to stick to every detail of that plan. However, the best content marketers are agile, ready to shift content around as schedules