“One benefit of summer was that each day we had more light to read by.”
Need more ideas to fill the gaps in your social media posting calendar?
Looking for tools to help?
In this article, you’ll discover six tools and websites that will help keep your social media content interesting, timely, and relevant.
Pinterest is one of the world’s leading platforms for sharing ideas and finding inspiration. Over 200 million people flock to the social network each month to discover new products, recipes, destinations, articles, influencers, and so much more. But Pinterest isn’t just for individual users like you and me.
It also represents a huge opportunity for businesses and brands looking to build an engaged audience and drive valuable traffic to their website:
- More than 52% of Pinterest users report that Pinterest helps them find items to buy; and
- 61% say they’ve discovered new brands and products from Promoted Pins.
Today, we’re excited to share with you exactly how to use Pinterest for business. During an exclusive Facebook Live event with the Pinterest team, we learned more than 100 insider strategies and this article contains the very best of those ideas.
In an interview, let’s say I asked you, “Tell me about a time you worked through a conflict with a coworker?”
You’d probably think about a past experience, consider the lessons you learned from it, and articulate what happened and how it felt. You’d likely mention any shortcomings you had, how you’ve grown, and how you’d deal with conflict with coworkers in the future.
But let’s say I asked you a slightly different version of that question instead: “How would you handle it if you were assigned a project with a coworker, and you two had differing opinions on how to proceed?”
That changes the game a bit. To answer, you could no longer rely on any fairly familiar story about yourself.
Back to Basics: How to Avoid the Biggest Mistake People Make With Their Facebook Ads [Art of Paid Traffic Podcast]
On the show today I’m going to be sharing with you the biggest mistake that I see people making, including those new to Facebook ads and experienced Facebook ad managers. This mistake is really keeping them from the results they want to be achieving with their ads, notably inexpensive leads and sales.
If you’ve read the book The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan, you know that the concept of the book is to determine what is the one thing that you can do, that by doing it everything else will be easier or unnecessary. That’s really what we’ll be talking about here as it applies to Facebook ads.
Specifically, you’re going to hear why taking the time to fully understand your target audience on a holistic level before running your ads is critical to setting yourself up for success with your Facebook ads.
Heard in the Facebook Group
QUESTION: Does anyone produce a digital-only Superintendent’s (annual) update?’