Social Media: A great part of our lives?

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sSocial media have become a great part in our lives. Most, if not all, people are into social media today. It is one of the powerful source of entertainment, livelihood, communication and even just for personal use. But even the best fall down sometimes, even social media has its time for downfalls. A challenge in social media is keeping up with its new features, tools, the trends and the ever changing applications. Here are some identified challenges with its corresponding solutions.

1. The rise of the videos.

You can ever doubt the existence of the videos because most millenials today are visual learners. Videos will never be out of the picture. You can have the video just as simple as it should be with a little bit of emotion to top it. Make sure the content is relevant to your viewers. You can let your mates have brainstorm to showcase your product or content as simple and as remarkable as it should be. Do not make a video by just making a video. Make sure you do not overthink and waste time just by doing a complex video in which you can do it easily and simply.

2. Be strategic.

You are not opening up your business just to have it alive for just a year. Make sure to have long term plans and prioritize the needs of your viewers because they are the ones who maintained the life of your business. Highlight the important and relevant and useful topics your viewers would want to pay attention at. You also need to make sure that your audience does not view your posts without paying the ad spaces. Offer but not to the point where your business will be at stake. Business is supposed to be give and take.

3. Keep up with your competitors.

Brands and competitors are now up to the impact of social medai engagement instead of having the social media as just platform to advertise the product. This is one of the challenge you can face in 2018 but also a great help in spreading the word that your company is alive and kicking. This year, 2018, is all about making relationship and engaging to the needs and wants of your customers. You also need to provide feedbacks forms for your customers for them to reach you out whenever they feel the need to do so.

4. Where to advertise.

Just because Facebook is a great tool for advertising, Facebook is not the only one in the social media platform, you can try a lot such as LinkedIn and Instagram plus everyone loves Twitter.

With so many trends on each social platform, how are you supposed to know which ones you really need to spend time getting familiar with? Some smaller companies are overwhelmed with the new updates. No one can blame anyone. Everybody loves it, but everyone should understand that it is hard to keep up with social trends when you’re not in the thick of it every day.

How to Create Great Content That Drives Traffic

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Lack of website traffic is one of the most common challenges from business owners. Many report having lost a significant percentage of their search traffic over the past year or two, and are continuously looking for new ways to drive relevant traffic to their site. Here are some attempts to give marketers and business owners a whole battery of straight-to-the-point, actionable tips for getting traffic to your website or blog. While some of these strategies won’t be a quick fix, you may be surprised how quickly many of them start to generate results.

1. Infographics.

An infographic is the presentation of information or data in a visual way. Its name sums it up, info + graphic. Infographics get shared more, viewed more, and loved more than most other content types. They are a powerful way to get your information out there in an explosively visual format. One study found that infographics were liked and shared on social media up to three times more often than other content. The viral potential is there.

2. Consistent blogging.

Regularly writing genuinely helpful, value-packed original blog posts on your business blog is the foundation of any content marketing strategy. Blogging increases website traffic in a number of ways. First, it establishes you as a thought leader. Your customers, leads, and target audience learn to trust you and expect the best from you. On top of that, original and useful blog posts are more likely to be shared socially and they encourage repeat visits, so you get more traffic and start putting prospects through your sales funnel.

3. Mark important industry events.

The easiest way to come up with timely, relevant content is by looking at the world around you. For me, one of the most important events in the startup calendar is the TechCrunch conference. So, here’s a timely piece of content about it. You can do the same in any industry. Let’s say you run a sports company. You know that Olympics is coming up in August, which gives you tons of topics to write about. Mark that date in your calendar, as well as any other major events along the way. Set yourself a reminder a week before each event, and create a piece of content about it. That means you will always have some relevant and newsworthy content ready for the big event. Simple. Easy. This should instantly start filling up your content calendar

4. Focus on long tail keywords.

The days of focusing on a single keyword for each page are long gone. Make sure your posts include all the relevant terms and phrases related to your topic.

5. Memes.

You’ve seen memes. They’re easy to make. They’re viral. They’re hilarious. That’s one of the great benefits of memes, their humor. People love something that they can laugh at, share, and get a kick out of.

A content strategy is still the best (and cheapest) way to drive traffic to your website. But, it isn’t easy. Traffic acquisition takes time, patience, and a schedule. It’s the key to long-term, valuable traffic.

5 social media challenges in 2018

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Social media is a very new aspect of our businesses that have taken over significant parts of not only our marketing plans but also our personal lives. Major platforms battle for prominence and significance by adjusting their business models to provide better returns for their shareholders while intending to improve the user experience. As these systems develop, how you use these platforms for your business must change as well. Here are 10 social media challenges to face in 2018:

1. Keeping pace with changing algorithms and platform innovations.

Organic reach is the elephant in the room, because of its direct impact on budgets, but there are changes, advancements and opportunities across the social media spectrum. Some of those changes can be key to a platform’s effectiveness for a particular brand.

2. The Unstoppable Rise of Video.

You already know the importance of video in your social strategy, but there is one common mistake many marketers are tripping up on – making video just for the sake of having video. Many marketers overthink their video content and end up wasting time producing something that falls flat with their audience. Video is still one of the biggest social media challenges, though there are many simple yet effective solutions. Keep it simple yet captivating. Remember to grab emotion with your video content and make the messaging relevant to your audience’s problem and how you can solve it. Brainstorm a few scenarios where you can go live on Facebook to showcase your culture (which is also great evergreen content). Encourage your employees to share your posts on their personal socials and share on-the-job photos when applicable.

3. Social Media Return-on-Investment Monitoring.

Short-sighted social media vanity metrics will no longer cut it in 2018. It is time to let go of follower counts and page likes and instead focus on factors like customer service expenditures, brand perception monitoring, talent acquisition, supply chain analysis, and reputation risk management. Developing a social outreach strategy focused on ROI monitoring will require brands improve their analytics measuring if they hope to achieve ongoing success.

4. Higher Engagement Rates Between Brands & Customers.

Brands are suddenly realizing the impact of social media engagement and creating lasting relationships instead of just treating social as a platform to advertise their products. It’s absolutely essential to keep your followers happy by providing a network where they can reach you. According to Instagram, at least 80% of its users already follow a brand on the network. Don’t leave your golden chances for communication behind. In 2018, it’s going to continue to be about making relationships and providing feedback when users need it the most from you.

5. Proving the ROI of strategies.

Even when implementation goes flawlessly, effective measurement of your success is crucial. New tactics employed to meet platform changes are especially important to evaluate.

With so many new features on each social platform, how are you supposed to know which ones you really need to spend time getting familiar with? Many smaller brands are growing weary of the influx of new updates. No one can blame anyone. Everybody loves it, but everyone should understand that it is hard to keep up with social trends when you’re not in the thick of it every day.

Your social media checklist

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As a marketing manager, you have a ton of work to do. Between projects, reports and more, trying to manage social media (which is a lot of work in and of itself) can put on a lot of stress. You have to check in on your campaigns, approve graphics, pull analytics, and the list goes on. Having a checklist in place can help you ensure that you’re getting all your work done promptly and you’re not missing any critical steps.

Why Are Checklists Important?

Checklists are essential for any manager. Actually, that’s true for almost any position, which is why they are so critical to today’s work environment. In fact, Atul Gawande, author of “The Checklist Manifesto” talks about how to the world is so busy and complicated that we need a checklist to keep up with everything. He’s literally a surgeon, too. If he needs checklists, marketers probably do as well. Checklists help by:

• Keeping you on track and organized.
• Ensuring that you don’t forget something in the process.
• Help you maintain consistency.
• Help delegate tasks to the rest of your social media team and ensure that they are also getting their work done.

And that’s just one day! Not to mention, that’s just social media. You’re probably balancing other things on top of your social media management. In summary, get yourself a checklist, there’s too much going on with your day-to-day work not to. Create Checklists In CoSchedule With Task Templates You can move all of your checklists into one place with Task Templates from CoSchedule. Getting them set up in your calendar is easy. Select the task template icon. Add in the tasks from your checklist and assign them to a person in your calendar with a due date. Title and save your template once it’s ready.

Finish Any Outstanding Tasks

The first part of any social media marketers day should be to finish any outstanding tasks from the day before.

Check That Posts That Are Publishing Today Are Ready To Go

This step in your daily checklist involves three parts:

1. Ensure that any accounts tagged in your posts are correct. The last thing you want to do is send out a post that links to the wrong account.

2. Make sure any links in your posts are working. Broken links are no good.

3. Double-check for spelling errors. Simple mistakes can leave a lasting (and unfortunately, negative) impression.

Review Any Meetings On Your Agenda For Today

Meeting to discuss an upcoming campaign? Do yourself a favor and review your notes and research before you head in.

Check The Status Of Upcoming Graphics and Videos

If upcoming posts still don’t have the images, graphics, or videos they need, check in with the teams responsible for creating them. This is especially important because if you and need to make edits, you don’t want to be adding visual content at the last minute.

Review Any Visual Media That Needs To Be Approved For Your Social Channels

If graphics or videos are waiting for approval, make your edit notes and get them back to their respective teams in a timely manner.

Edit Upcoming Content For Each Social Media Channel

If you have a writer crafting social copy, review every post before it’s published.

Approve Any Content That Is Ready For Publish

Once the graphics are uploaded, and the content is edited, you can approve your posts to publish to your channels. Ensure that your social media publishing tool has approval features to make sure everything that publishes is actually ready to go.

Engage With Thought Leaders

There are thought leaders in every industry. Set aside time each day to engage with them, and find new people to follow. Share advice, tactics, and more to help develop that relationship. You never know when they might call for a favor. Plus, engaging with thought leaders can help keep you on top of the latest trends in your industry and increase your authority.

Reshare Content From Partners and Influencers

If you are working with a partner or influencer, show their content a little love by sharing it to your channels. This can also help fill gaps in your social media schedule if you’re running out of content ideas.

Update Your Social Media Calendar

Your social media strategy lives and dies by your calendar. Which means that it should always be up to date. Check in every day to ensure projects, messages, reports, and meetings haven’t moved dates.

4 Types of Social Media Content That Drive Engagement

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Every effective website starts with a strong design and quality content. However, if you really want to maximize the effectiveness of your site, you’ll want to use social media to drive engagement. If you’re only providing opportunities for passive consumption, you aren’t tapping into your visitors’ desire to participate in your content. The good news is that you can use social media to drive engagement. After all, that’s what social networks are for – enabling people to interact with content and spread it to their friends and contacts. By leveraging these existing tools, you can create more participation on your website and see better results from your marketing. Here are 4 ways on how to keep the ball rolling:

1. Your Blog Posts. Blogging is a top strategy to positioning your brand as a leader and expert in your industry. Ranked as the 5th most trusted source for accurate information, blogs are awesome tools to showcasing your knowledge and sharing advice. Your audience will appreciate the value given that offers solutions to their problems. Your social media networks are excellent platforms to promote your blog content. When sharing, include an image that complements your text for increased exposure. Also, be sure to tailor your message to the appropriate audience. For example, Facebook is more family and friends oriented whereas LinkedIn is geared towards professionals. Modifying your post accordingly so it speaks to that audience makes your social content effective.

2. Infographics. Infographics are incredibly engaging.

Since humans process visual information faster than words, it only makes sense. The human brain tells us “reading is hard” and “looking is easy.” An infographic uses the power of visually appealing content to trick the brain into reading. Besides, we understand the content better when it’s paired with pictures. It’s no surprise that kids like picture books. But it’s not just kids; adults are the same way! The brain itself likes pictures. The takeaway is simple: Share infographics socially, and the social world will share it right back.

3. Quizzes.

Quizzes can be used as a fun way for brands to engage customers. Marketers can use quizzes for brand awareness and a “fun” factor, or as a means to gauge customer interest in products. Results can be useful for recommending relevant subsequent content that drives back to the brand. With quizzes receiving 75% of their traffic from social media, it’s important to establish a promotion strategy to get the word out and generate buzz. A great way to encourage engagement, provide a score users can share on their social media channels.

4. Tickle them with humour.

Humor is likely to enhance brand recall and influence buying decisions when well integrated with your marketing message. Also, everyone needs more laughter in their lives. Bring that, and you instantly create a connect with your viewers, and then you can give them your message. Unfortunately, although we all believe that we’re hilarious, not all of us can make high-impact humour. To pull this off you’ll have to hire the right comic talent and be well informed on the preferences of your Target Audience.

The resources and options are out there to make content that attracts attention. Find the best content for your brand and audience. From there, form a content strategy around that. If your posts are relevant, valuable, and have interactive features, you will notice a positive effect on your social media engagement.

Factors for a high converting landing page

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Why in these latter days has the landing gained such a large popularity? The answer is simple. It allows the designers involving their imagination to create a really wonderful picture that is easy to distinguish from the competing sites. The effective landing (as, indeed, any web resource) has its own rules and regularities.

1. Professional design.

A salesman must always be well-dressed, right? Your landing page is also like a salesman. So, you need to give it a professional look. The more professional your page looks, the more visitors will believe your story. Don’t hesitate to spend some money on hiring an experienced web designer, as it will pay you high dividends.

2. Never send traffic from an ad to your homepage.

You should never drive traffic from your promotional campaigns, whatever they are onto your website’s home page. Home pages are usually cluttered with information, there are many possible actions a visitor can take, and the most important one might be missed. Hence you want to drive traffic from your promotional campaigns to a page that is aimed at only one thing getting them to take the action that is the goal of your campaign. An effective landing page is a crucial component to helping you convert browsers into buyers.

3. Declutter.

Cluttering landing pages is one of the top reasons why they fail. You don’t want too many high-density images. A widget or two is fine. If you have an excessive amount of content boxes, your customers become overwhelmed, and it takes away from your content. In bad cases, it can even be hard for the customer to know where to click. You don’t like clutter in your house or yard, so don’t put it on your page. Watch for information overload and providing too many choices. Keep it simple.

4. Probability of conversion.

Any conversion rate optimization work is simply trying to increase the probability of conversion. You’ll never achieve 100% conversion, you’re increasing customer perception of value and decreasing perception of cost to maximize the amount of people who convert when they wouldn’t have otherwise because they now:

♣ Better understand the value your product provides and how it ties into what they really want
♣ Have to endure less cost to take that conversion action

5. Get to the point.

We all know people have short attention spans, so why aren’t we considering that in landing page creation? Online audiences tend to avoid reading through an entire page of informatoin. They will, however, “forage” for information by visually scanning the screen until they find what they’re looking for. So when designing your landing pages, get straight to the point. People came to the page for a reason, so make sure you address that reason clearly and succinctly by highlighting the value of what you’re offering and how it addresses their needs, interests, or problems. Use clear headers and sub-headers, use easy-to-scan bullet points to explain what they’ll get from the offer, emphasize key points using bolded text or italics, and keep things as brief as possible.

Do not waste your time on allegories and hints. You need the result, don`t you? So, learn how to promote and sell your products properly. Speak directly, but avoid the aggressive tone and don’t irritate the potential customers.

Difference of dark social and dark post

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By now, you’ve probably heard the term “dark post” bouncing around the social media world for years. But what are dark posts, exactly? Instagram pics with bad lighting? Edgy content from death metal fan pages? Status updates from Darth Vader? Sadly, no. The reality is much more straightforward. Dark posts are targeted ads on social media. Unlike boosted and organic posts, though, they don’t appear on your timeline. They also don’t show up in the feeds of your followers.

Instead, they show up as sponsored content in the feeds of users you’re specifically targeting. Because they’re not “published” the same way as organic posts, dark posts are more formally known on Facebook as unpublished posts. They’re not formally on your page. Effectively, they only exist for the targeted users that see them. To avoid confusion, we’re not talking about dark social here, it’s actually totally unrelated. Dark social refers to traffic to your website from social media that isn’t detected by analytics tools. Dark posts, on the other hand, are simply social media ads that don’t show up on your timeline.

Although Facebook invented the concept, dark posts exist on all major social media platforms.
When advertising on Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Twitter, you can select whether to boost organic content or create a dark post. When it comes to Snapchat and Instagram, all of your ads are technically “dark posts” by default. But why bother coming to the dark side? Well, there are a lot of benefits to creating dark posts on social media.

Dark/unpublished posts

Let’s start with dark/unpublished posts. These posts are ad objects that appear in consumer timelines, but do not exist on the company’s social page. They appear as normal-looking posts, but have calls to action like “Learn More,” “Shop Now,” or “Like Page.”

Dark social

Dark Social is an entirely different beast: it has nothing to do with ads. It refers simply to the private sharing of links via mediums that don’t pass a referrer in traditional web analytics platforms, such as email, Slack, Text, Facebook Messenger, and WeChat. When we break down the term Dark Social, “Dark” relates to the fact that these conversions are often falsely attributed to direct traffic in your web analytics tool. The “social” component comes from the fact that this is a social interaction of two or more people. If it makes it easier, just think “private sharing.” Dark Social data is absolutely critical, not just for social teams, but for your marketing organization as a whole. In fact, you should be viewing Dark Social as its own marketing channel, one that contains a goldmine of data. Right now, around 80% of all sharing is dark. 80%!!! These private shares represent consumers who are typically at the bottom of the marketing funnel and/or huge fans and advocates of your brand. These are people sharing links to your products so that their friends, families, and co-workers will buy them, read your articles, and share your quizzes to help determine “Which Wildlife Excursion Should You Try In Manitoba?”

These interactions are occurring all the time, and you are missing the chance to optimize your content for goal completions that matter to your business. You are missing a nuanced perspective on the social activity sitting in your direct traffic bucket. Using this data, you can learn which products, content, or other web pages resonate most with your audience, so you can transform your social, email, and ad campaigns around the topics people likely to buy and engage deeply with your brand care most about.

Shortcut to create visual content for social media

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Want more views, clickthroughs, shares, and overall engagement on your social media posts? You’re not alone. According to the 2014 State of Inbound Marketing, 84% of marketers cited organic, top-of-the-funnel sources like social media, blogs, and search engines as rising in importance in 2014.
Posting visual content is one of the most important things you can do to improve your social media strategy. A successful social strategy will often include photos, videos, and screenshots of infographics or other graphs.
But posting visual content for the sake of posting visual content isn’t the best way to optimize your presence on social media. It’s important that your visual content be compelling, relevant, and correctly formatted. Here are some tips to create visual content:

1. Have an established palette or theme.

Stick to similar visual styles across all platforms so your brand carries on a consistent appearance.

2. Use Canva.

Canva enables you to create content, like quote photos, infographics, social media header artwork and photo collages. A particularly handy feature of Canva is that you can size your artwork based on which social media platform you need it for. Canva offers a collection of images, colors and fonts to help you with your creations.

3. Create a hit list.

Having a Hit List can be a great way to source inspiration in order to create your own images. Now, don’t get too excited. Nobody is ending up in the trunk of a car. It’s simply a list of pages or profiles to follow in order to get ideas for what to share and what to create. Share the content you find on a hit list and share your own original content consistently too. Other people are out there looking for great sources of content so if you can end up on their Hit List, even better! This is not about copying. It’s about inspiring you to create your own visuals and putting your own spin on it.

4. Have a brand or style that will inspire you.

Finding a source of inspiration can really help you jumpstart your visual marketing career. It’s not about mimicking a style, but rather adapting elements from different areas and making them part of your own style.

5. Use The Stocks.

The Stocks is a compilation of several of the best royalty-free stock photo websites in one place, in addition to a few paid stock photo sites. You can use the photos for both editorial and commercial purposes, and alter them any way you choose. No more worrying about paying a couple hundred dollars for credits on a stock photo site that isn’t all that great anyway. Pexels and Pixabay are my favorite of the stock photo websites that can be found via The Stocks.This site also has video, audio, icons, fonts and colors that you can download.

Things move fast in Visual Content Creation world. Remember, some of these tips and tools will suit you, some won’t but you can treat it as a “pick and mix”.  Jump in and take what works and use them to create visual content for social media in new, more efficient ways!

Top Social Media Plug-ins For WordPress

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Social Sharing is now an integral part of our internet experience. Social media is constantly on the rise and it is becoming popular with older folk as well. With so much information on the internet, it is a real feat to track down what you really need. Search engines make it possible to find information that you need, but social media also plays a significant role in helping you find your favorite websites. Why ? Your friends or the people whom you follow have a lot in common with you and when they share something, it is far more likely that you’ll find the shared information of interest. 72% of internet users are active on social media and it represents a marketing opportunity which you cannot ignore. After search engines, it is social media that drives most traffic to websites. Unlike normal advertisements and television slots, it serves as a 2-way communication and helps build brand awareness.

Creating good content is only a job half done. Getting it before the target audience is the other tricky half. That’s where social sharing can give a leg up. You can tap a share button from almost any screen and content is instantly shared. There are many Social Sharing Plugins For WordPress available which you could use on your website.

1. Monarch Social Media Sharing Plugin for WordPress.

Monarch is the premium social sharing WordPress plugin by Elegant Themes, and in our opinion it really is one of the best social media plugins you can choose for your WordPress website. Included with their developer and lifetime licenses, Monarch is the perfect solution for all of your social sharing needs. With more than 35+ social networks, 5 different button locations, 6 pop-up and fly-in triggers, optional counts, custom colors and more all built-in you can literally build your own one of a kind set of social buttons.

2. Social Warfare.

Social Warfare comes from the Warfare Plugins company. It’s a simple and sleek solution for getting your posts and pages shared. The main reason users like Social Warfare is because the buttons are attractive.

3. Easy Social Sharing.

Easy Social Sharing is one of the best free social sharing plugins for WordPress. Firstly, it is our home product i.e. created by ThemeGrill, tested and also used in many of our own and client projects. Secondly, it is easy to use, simple yet powerful that is suitable for beginners as well as experts. Like its name, Easy Social Sharing plugin has simplified social sharing on WordPress.

4. Sumo Share.

This isn’t your typical WordPress plugin. Sumo is a suite of apps designed to help you grow your traffic. While you can use these apps with any site that supports HTML, they have a specific WordPress plugin which makes setup extremely easy. The app that allows you to add social sharing buttons is called “Share”, and it performs brilliantly. There are a huge number of places that you can add your social buttons to and it’s all done by a clickable interface. Just click on where you want them to go. You can select a different placement for mobile devices too.

5. Revive Old Posts.

Revive Old Posts is a well known and very effective plugin that will help to get constant traffic to the old posts on your blog. With this plugin you can completely automate the process of sharing your old posts, you can schedule it and add hashtags automatically right from your WordPress dashboard.

It is important not to go overboard and put in all the WordPress social sharing plugins that are available. Add only what is necessary and what is suitable to the demography of your site’s audiences.

How Snapchat Can Benefit Your Business

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Snapchat is a social media platform by which users communicate through chat and time-limited media. Many businesses are jumping on board with the app, finding new and creative ways to use Snapchat for marketing. Yet there are still some businesses and marketers who are not quite there—be they skeptical, unclear about, or just not interested in Snapchat. Like any social media platform, Snapchat isn’t for every business. However, there are several benefits to marketing through Snapchat if it is in fact the right fit. The infographic looks into the following:

1. Snapchat in numbers.

First, the infographic delves into mind-blowing statistics to prove the popularity of Snapchat and its sphere of influence. With 100 million daily active users, an average user spending 30 mins on the app and 8 billion Snapchat daily video views, the staggering numbers prove the enormity of the app’s success.

2. No stale profile.

Early advice for businesses just getting started with Facebook was to make sure to post to profiles regularly. Failing to post regularly could mean that a person arriving at a profile that hasn’t been updated in weeks, months or years (if at all) would likely leave rather than choosing to Like the Page. With Snapchat, however, there is no profile to review before choosing to become “friends” with a contact or company. Thus, the frequency at which one posts can completely be controlled by the marketer – choosing to post when they have something worthy of sharing versus feeling the need to always post (creating a more authentic experience for both parties).

3. Reward current customers with mobile coupons.

Because Snapchat is ubiquitous with its young target market, it allows brands to deliver offers and coupons in a matter of seconds. Coupon snaps not only reward customers, they provide incentive to bring them back for more.

4. Increase brand awareness.

With over 10 million active users on this platform, this means that there are 10 million different opportunities to build awareness to your brand! Most businesses today are only present on Facebook and only a mere 2% are present on Snapchat! This is a great chance for your business to take part in this niche as a creative advertising tactic and a way to stand out.

5. Gain exposure.

When it comes to usage, Snapchat has some impressive stats. Of the 158 million people who use Snapchat every day, the average user opens and checks the app 18 times per day, totaling about 25-30 minutes spent on the app per day. If you want more exposure for your business, you need to place yourself where your audience is. If your audience uses Snapchat, then it’s time to create an account! Speaking of creating an account—once you create your account on Snapchat, you can upload the QR code to your other social media accounts and make it easy for your current followers to add you.

At this point, Snapchat for business is easy to get started and very low maintenance to manage. While it might not make sense for companies with older target audiences to join Snapchat, the rest of us can get started with very little risk. One word of caution, however, is that similar to how Instagram used to be, there is no way to switch from a personal account to a business account and back without signing in and out. This was a hassle when Instagram did not offer a quick way to switch and social media managers should be very aware of what account they are posting to before submitting a Story. As with all social networks, a responsible and trusted member of the team should feel empowered to post to the accounts they manage at-will but some general guidelines should be discussed and documented.


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