Forgive me, but I'm going to go on a little rant here.
Now is the absolute BEST, EASIEST and most OPPORTUNE time to start a business in history. So much so, anyone in the Western world would be silly to NOT start a business right now.
And if you think starting a business is too hard, you're just wrong.
In the last several years, Instagram has become a well-loved social media platform with over 600 million active users. If your business can build a more substantial Instagram following, it can translate to more sales for your business, more traffic to your blog, and a stronger community for your brand. Building a large Instagram following isn’t hard, but it will take time. Here are five surefire ways you can grow your Instagram followers for your business. Make sure you read to the end for a special bonus!
If you own a small business, you are probably well aware of how important social media can be for increasing your bottom line. However, getting started on social media can be incredibly daunting. With all the different options and ways to gain followers, one can quickly become overwhelmed. Here are the top six ways your business can gain more social media followers and increase your bottom line.
Affiliate marketing is one of the modern ways of making money. It is a marketing arrangement where online retailers pay a commission to an external site for traffic or sales generated from referrals. Social media has significantly helped affiliate marketers extend the reach of their campaigns and make more residual income.
When I set up my Coaching & Hypnotherapy Practice over a decade ago, I did a lot of paid advertising. It brought in ok results but the thing that surprised me was how effective the free advertising was! Instead of relying on expensive adverts, I started to concentrate on all the ways I could bring in new clients without spending anything, for example:
The key to effective social media marketing is the exact same as the key to effective content marketing: providing value.
Unfortunately, this is something that a huge number of businesses have absolutely no idea how to do and that results in some very poorly managed social media.