Here are five websites to help you make the most of your social media platform.
- Faith-Driven Business. If you want more Facebook fans and better engagement, talk to these amazing people. They produced a video you can buy and watch on your computer that explains step-by-step how to get 200-400 fans per day. Don’t believe me? Take a look at their Facebook page. They have 56,000 fans. That happened in a relatively short amount of time. I’m actually in the middle of their program right now, and I love it. It’s full of great tips and how-tos, and they’re very supportive in explaining anything that doesn’t make sense.
- Pagemodo. For those of you with scheduled posts, multiple pages, and lots of digital graphics, you’ll love Pagemodo. I was just introduced to it by Arete Imagine. It makes life so much easier and quicker. Editing is way faster, and switching out photos is a breeze. It’s free, by the way.
- The Red Checker. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting the talented Amy Campbell, and she’s a big advocate of LinkedIn. While I haven’t mastered LinkedIn yet, I know who to go to when I’m ready. She’s a marketing genius, which I’m sure you can tell the second you go to her site. Chat with her about creating the perfect strategy to turn your business into a great one.
- Hootsuite. I was introduced to this when I was writing copy for Supply Line Direct. I’m going to be editing in Hootsuite for Arete Imagine now as well. You can manage the following accounts: Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Foursquare. That’s pretty awesome. So if you’re tired of uploading the exact same thing over and over to all your accounts, try doing it all at once instead. It includes basic analytics too—for free!
- SEO. This is a great list that Constant Contact put out on search engine optimization. You have a great product or service, but no one can find you. Fix that with these uncomplicated tips. I love this list because it mentions Pinterest. Talk about an amazing platform to gain visibility.
I hope these tips help you. What are some other social media sites you use to streamline the process?