You just spent hours writing a new blog post and hit the big “publish” button. Now what?
If all you do is publish your post, the only people likely to see it are those who subscribe to your blog or check it regularly – most likely a small portion of your potential audience. Follow the seven strategies below after publishing a blog post to ensure you don’t leave out the “marketing” from your content marketing.
Believe it or not, 2015 is winding down to a close. This is a great time to reevaluate what’s working and what’s not working for you in terms of personal organization. So I thought, what better time to share a list of tools to organize your life?! While that perfect tool to get and stay organized may vary for each individual, depending on your needs, the following list covers 10 tools that I think you’ll find incredibly useful.
It’s hard to believe Facebook has been around for 11 years now. Since its days as “thefacebook.com” this social network has continually evolved. Over 40 million small businesses now have pages on Facebook – but should yours? And if you aren’t active on Facebook, what could you be missing out on?
Read on to find out what some of the industry’s top experts think.
For plenty of small businesses, the design of your website may be towards the bottom on your list of priorities. It’s fully functional and gets the job done – so why spend valuable time on the design when you have so many other things to tackle? How’s this for a reason:
How do your customers perceive your business? This perception – based on both fact (e.g. It’s a bicycle shop) and emotion (e.g. It’s socially responsible) – is what defines your brand. Or, as the founder of Amazon puts it:
The Heyo Blog is always on the lookout for insightful, well-written articles on the topic of social media marketing for businesses. If you’re interested in writing a piece for us, check out the guidelines here.