Twitter, the platform that first comes to mind when bloggers and businesses think about marketing online, has a lot of features that help us to attract our audiences. One of those features is twitter’s pin a post to the top of your profile.
Social media is arguably the most effective way to reach your fans and readers. It’s shaping the way people and businesses are interacting with the web. Websites and search engines have been the medium for businesses and online marketers to reach their target audience.
But, social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are changing the social media dynamics because hundreds of millions of users spend more and more time on these social networking sites, where they are easier to access.
Long story short.
You have been spending hours on Facebook. You interact with your friends and post awesome (or at least you think so) status updates. Still you are far from increasing likes on your updates.
And that same question nags in: How do I get a lot of Facebook likes, increase my reach and double the engagement on my Facebook account.
Does the above story seem like your story?
Quizzes are a great way to boost user engagement on your website. Sites like Buzzfeed are already cashing by making fun and interactive quizzes that get tons of social media shares.
If you’re wondering how to make your own quizzes, today’s post is all about it. This post will walk you through the various steps required to design interactive quizzes that will drive traffic and boost sales on your blog.
In my last guest post at Basicblogtips.com, I wrote about how to get started and be a pro twitter user. My this post about branding on twitter is for people and startups who are advanced twitter users and now want to create an image of them or their business through their twitter profile.
Ready for some fantastic twitter branding tips?
Branding actually is the marketing practice of creating a name, symbol or design that identifies and differentiates a product from other products
In other words, making a brand of you means creating a certain image of yours with your customers, readers or audience who now know what to expect from you. You can decide what you want to be perceived for.
When you develop a brand you now take up your stand on something. You cannot be known for both a funky and a classic brand; neither can you be something that is both cheap and costly at the same time. Your brand is what it defines you from the rest.