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Keeping Up with Changes on Facebook and InstagraM

Ever feel like keeping up with technology is like trying to change a tire on a moving vehicle?

​Checklist: 10 Social Media Marketing Basics for Small Businesses

​Checklist: 10 Social Media Marketing Basics for Small Businesses

Remember when Social Media consisted of creating a profile on MySpace? No one knew about Facebook yet and Tweeting was just something birds did. That was barely more than a decade ago. Today, having a social media presence is expected for businesses, with more than 80% of marketers relying on social media to create brand awareness and drive promotions.

Trying to implement Social Media marketing can be overwhelming when you trying to grasp a new concept and change methods from what “always worked” before. But, therein lies the biggest issue; what worked before doesn’t work anymore and can actually be detrimental to your business.

And, if you feel like you’re late to the game, don’t panic.

To help get your feet wet, we’re taking things back to the basics.

If you’re starting from scratch, the following list of social media marketing basics can help get your presence off the ground. Whether you’re interested in creating a retail store on Facebook, driving your audience to a local event, responding to reviews and customer service or anything in-between, this guide will get the ball rolling.

Here’s What You Need to Know About Facebook and Instagram for Your Business!

Here’s What You Need to Know About Facebook and Instagram for Your Business!

Let’s face it, Facebook and Instagram have become the lifeblood of running a small business.

It can be extremely frustrating at times, with all the changes and updates that seem to roll out constantly.

As a small business you cannot afford to ignore social media - but there is help!

5 Reasons Every Small Business Should Invest in Professional Photography

5 Reasons Every Small Business Should Invest in Professional Photography

Every business in every industry can benefit greatly from professional photography. No matter who your customers are or what you are selling, high quality photography is an important asset that will contribute to your overall success.