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Attention: Social Media Marketing is No Longer Enough for Your Business

I was recently listening to the Social Media Examiner podcast where Mike Stelzner, founder of SME was talking about the launch of his annual report on the state of social media marketing. The nutshell, from what I can remember, is as follows: Facebook use and overall advertising is declining. Sure, it’s still being used but it’s getting harder and harder and more expensive. Twitter is on the decline LinkedIn is being looked at more and more Instagram is way up – especially Instagram stories Yo...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Sales, Social Media Marketing, Google Adwords, Social Media Examiner, Marketing Tips, Publisher Channel Content, Building Community, Mike Stelzner, SmartHustle, LinkedIn Email, Power of Marketing Automation, Bread of the Week


Five Ways to Encourage Readers to Comment More Often on Your Posts

Do you wish more readers would comment on your blog posts? Some bloggers think commenting is dead. And while that’s not the whole picture , there may be some truth in it. When I started blogging back in 2008, Twitter and Facebook were only just taking off. And if readers wanted to respond to a post, they’d normally leave a comment on the blog itself, rather than tweet or comment on a Facebook thread. You might think that if you had more readers then you’d get more comments. But that isn’t nec...
Tags: Facebook, Blogging, Building Community, ProBlogger Facebook


6 Reasons Why Your Blog Needs an Email Newsletter

Do you email your blog readers regularly? Maybe you put ‘set up email newsletter’ on your ‘someday’ list  ages ago, but still haven’t done it. Or maybe you have a newsletter list, but you haven’t sent one in months. You might think it’s optional – something you can do once you finish everything else on your to-do list. You even think email is dead (or at least old-fashioned), and that you’re better off building connections through social media. (Which is nothing new, by the way. I was talking...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Blogging, Brisbane, Writing Content, Brad Smith, Building Community


183: 9 Types of Questions to Ask On Your FaceBook Page to Get More Comments

The 9 Questions You Can Ask to Increase FaceBook Engagement In today’s lesson, I want to give you some really practical things that you can do to increase engagement – particularly to get people to comment – on your Facebook page and if you have them – groups. Most bloggers spend a lot of time on Facebook and it’s for good reason. The amount of potential readers for our blogs who are on Facebook on a daily basis is staggering. It’s where people are online and so it makes sense to have a...
Tags: Facebook, Australia, America, Linkedin, Blogging, Nikon, Samantha, Facebook Live, Trump, Nikon Canon, Facebook Facebook, Darren Rowse, Digital Photography School, FB, Facebook One, FeedSplice by FeedBlitz


180: 7 Types of Facebook Live Videos that Grow Your Audience, Build Your Brand and Make Money

Ways to Use Facebook Live to Grow Your Blog In today’s lesson, I want to talk about Facebook live video which is a technology that has been around for a while now on Facebook and that I think continues to be something that bloggers could get a lot of value out of. We’ve seen Facebook continue to develop it over the last 12 months. Initially, it was only available to larger influencers and verified account holders, then they opened it up to everyone and in the last few weeks they’ve made i...
Tags: Facebook, Blogging, Facebook Live, DPS, Facebook Facebook, Darren Rowse, Facebook There, Social Media Marketing World, FeedSplice by FeedBlitz, Building Community, Facebook Group Just, Facebook Lives, Facebook Group ProBlogger Podcast Listeners


The Key to Classroom Management

It is no secret, classroom management is probably the most difficult tactic to master, yet the most imperative to teaching.  Unfortunately, there is truth in the fact that experience is the only real way to […] The post The Key to Classroom Management appeared first on EducationCloset.
Tags: Arts Integration, Posts by Typhani, Building Community


PB125: How to Handle Critical and Attacking Comments from Blog Readers

Handling Critical Comments and Attacks from Blog Readers In my recent podcast on the characteristics of successful blogging , I touched on the topic a couple of times of putting yourself out there for public comment and critique. I suggested that having a bit of a thick skin might be useful because from time to time you’ll definitely get ‘feedback’ that may not be as a encouraging, helpful or constructive as it could be – and which at times may even enter into the territory of it being ag...
Tags: Blogging, FeedSplice by FeedBlitz, Building Community


10 Steps to Building Community

One of the buzzwords these days is community. Most brands struggle with creating community, and the first reason is that most brands want the community to be about them. I Continue Reading 10 Steps to Building Community →
Tags: Outcome Based Thinking Category, Marketing System Category, Building Community