This one thing has helped me through the rocky changing social media waters. It can help you too.
Bands, this is for you. I see many ways to improve upon the information in the event. Here are some tips on how to create a Facebook Event that will tell everyone exactly what they need to know and get them to your show!
As someone who does a great amount of marketing and promotions in the music scene, I'm covering shows around town several times a week. Instagram is widely popular with bands, venues, photographers, and other media (like myself with KWSS radio).
There is great value and exposure for bands that promote events on social media, specifically Facebook. You have the potential to reach several hundred or even thousands of users if you plan correctly.
Every business has a story. From the origins of a product idea, to the continuing day-to-day activity, on social media you should be sharing your story.
Posting too many times in a day on social media can turn off followers and have a negative reaction. But what if you have multiple people posting? When working with a team, problems can occur when everyone isn't on the same page with what is being posted and when. Here are some tips for team-posting on a few different platforms.
The same way stores hire more bodies for holiday shopping, you should have more eyes managing your social media during the busiest season of the year. The Holiday Social Media Management Special gives your business extra support in November and December.
This week was an exciting one in the world of social media automation. Hootsuite rolled out integration with Instagram! I was beyond excited, because every now and then there is something I want to make sure is posted at a certain time, but I'm not always able to stop and actually make the post at that time. That's what automation is about, right? Sometimes in business you just don't have time to post on the fly, you're running the 300 other parts of your business. But I digress, that is a topic for another time.