“Insight without action is worthless.”
If you’re reading this article, then I probably don’t need to tell you that video content accounts for over 74% of all online traffic, or that over five billion YouTube videos are watched every single day. You’re clever.
You already know that YouTube is an important content tool, and you’re ready to start leveraging video for your own business.
This article will cover everything you need to know about creating a YouTube channel, so you can start uploading your own videos and growing your audience today.
One New Year’s resolution I frequently hear from people is that they want to read more books. Makes sense if you consider reading a key component of personal growth and development.
Ray Edwards recently wrote about his reading goals here at MH&Co. He planned to read fifty-two books in a year. Instead, he read seventy-six! Edwards said he invests in reading because it helps him learn new ideas, upgrade his thinking, and improve his leadership. But seventy-six books! Who’s got time for that?
Are you wondering how social media marketing will change this year?
The social platforms are constantly changing, and that means marketers need to change as well.
To find out how marketing on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest will change in the coming year, we reached out to expert social media professionals to get their thoughts.
An important first step in any local SEO strategy is to claim and verify your local business’ Google My Business (GMB) listing. Getting on Google My Business can increase your chances of showing up in Google’s Local Pack, Local Finder, Google Maps, and organic rankings in general. Qualifying local businesses can claim this free listing on Google and include basic information about their company, like their address, phone number, business hours and types of payments accepted.
Twitter Renaissance: Is It Time to Reconsider Twitter? [Social Media Marketing Podcast]
Wondering what advantages Twitter offers social media marketers?
Looking for tips on interacting with customers?
To explore the opportunities marketers have on Twitter, I interview Mark Schaefer.
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QUESTION: Has anyone had luck with a Snapchat community geofilter for their school? We have designed numerous filters and they have all been denied with not much information as to why they weren’t accepted. Any insight or suggestions would be appreciated.