“Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light.”
In one of their articles, Forbes compared promoting content on Facebook with Instagram. The results showed that a promoted post on Instagram gets 4x more likes than the average Facebook ad. The interesting thing is that the number of impressions isn’t drastically different between the two, but Instagram users engage with content much more than those on Facebook.
This means it’s time to make the leap and look at Instagram as a full-fledged content platform; not an afterthought.
To help you do that, we’re sharing 3 highly effective ways that are guaranteed to turn your already engaging blog posts into even more captivating Instagram content.
Do you want to reach people based on their physical addresses?
Have you considered combining Facebook ads with direct mail?
In this article, you’ll discover how to create a multichannel marketing campaign using Facebook ads and direct mail.
Not all content needs to be shared everywhere. And not all content is suitable for every social media platforms.
It’s all right to post entirely different things on different platforms. In fact, it might even help you to boost your engagement.
For example, if you take a look at our Twitter and Instagram accounts, you’ll notice that we post entirely different things on each platform.
But how do you decide what to post on each social media platform?
To help you with your social media marketing strategy, we would love to share some suggestions and examples that have worked for us and others.
By the end of this post, we hope you’ll know exactly what to share on each of your social media profiles.
Do you need a better way to manage your blog content?
Looking for a tool to outline your blogging workflow from beginning to end?
In this article, you’ll discover how to effectively organize how you brainstorm, write, and publish your blog’s content with Trello.
Also published on Medium.