Value Added Social Media Marketing Strategy
One of the big no-no’s of Social Media is to always “sell, sell, sell”! You need to make sure you are providing value to your clients and potential clients. If you are only focused on the sale and not adding value in your social media marketing strategy, it could be a big turn off for your ideal client.
Tips & Tricks
One great way to provide value is to offer tips and tricks your clients and potential clients find useful. For example, I blog weekly and many of my blogs aren’t simply talking about a service I can provide for them, but helpful tips that are useful in their business.
IFTTT, Say What?
One blog, in particular, wasn’t specifically about small businesses and social media, but instead a hack to help improve productivity.
Keeping a schedule organized can be tough with all of the distractions, but I find that I notice text messages quicker than any other method. That’s why I put all of my important meetings on a specific calendar that texts me before any event or meeting. I only put things on the calendar that are really important and time sensitive.
I use IFTTT to get the calendar to text me and provided a tutorial on how you can set one up too. And it includes a video! Check out that blog post below.
I love DIY tips and am always looking for and sharing them.
It’s been an extremely cold winter this year. I know, I live in Atlanta, but the MuttButs and I didn’t sign up for this cold! We thrive on warm and sunshiny weather!
I kept seeing these scarves for dogs that keep their ears warm when they are going out for a short potty break. They’re called snoods. I thought it was because they are a hood that goes over their snout??? But was corrected by a friend on Facebook.
After watching my Facebook Live of Riedi on his potty break, Fran, founder of the non-profit PAWsitive Supporters, tells me:
A “snood” is another name for the old fashioned hairnets, or the hairnets you wear in food service. And, snoods are sold at pet shows-used primarily for Cocker Spaniels to wrap their ears up and keep them out of their food when they eat. Snoods, 101.
Keep in mind that I don’t sew or knit. I wanted to find a way to make one for Riedi since he is more fragile at 15 years old. Margi doesn’t mind the cold quite as much.
I remembered that I had some fleece and decided to make a No-Sew Snood! I think it came out pretty good. Riedi did look like he had a blue mohawk though! Let me know what you think and what types of tips and DIY projects you share on social media.
Now How to make a No-Sew SNOOD!
We even did a Facebook Live of Riedi with his Snood on outside.
If you’re looking for some short Video Mini’s like the one I posted on YouTube, check them out in my store and feel free to contact me with any questions.
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