Welcome back to our Beginner’s Guide series. This is part 2 of the series to help you quickly get up to speed with some tools to help you build your business.
Today we’re exploring a great tool for staying on top of your industry and finding useful content to share with your clients … Feedly.
Some of our most popular blog posts are where we share simple “How to Guides”. This is the first in a series of posts to help you upskill and become familiar with some of our favourite tools that you can use to help you build your business in 2018.
Today, we explore one of our essential business tools – Buffer!
Video marketing is the growing wave for marketing your small business. Why? Consumers have shifted how they engage with information. People want to watch rather than read.
Some quick stats:
• YouTube had 15,600,000 Unique Australian Visitors in August 2017
• The top 10 video creators on Facebook received 15.6 billion views in August alone
Everyone wants a social media post that goes viral. 99.99% of posts don’t make it huge. Many get a nice result, but every now and again you get a Chewbacca Mum moment.
This week we had our moment courtesy of a fabulous Aussie postie and his love of dogs – in particular a dog called Pippa who loves collecting the mail.
2016 is the year that live broadcasting went mainstream.
Social media and other platforms have been dancing around broadcasting live for years (e.g. Google Hangouts and YouTube Live).
Webinars are still going strong on sites such as Zoom and GoToWebinar.
And last year we saw a whole raft of new players hit the market with Periscope, Meerkat and Blab all staking their virtual claim to doing things live.
When we talk about social media, Facebook is the behemoth that automatically springs to mind. Facebook is big. Really big. Humongously big.
How big? The population of Facebook is over 44 times the entire population of Australia. And therein lies the problem. Most stats about Facebook are designed for USA based businesses.
I have gathered the best of relevant stats for Australian small businesses and put them into one infographic to help give useful information to small businesses.