Design apps don’t have to be strictly used for business related content, we want to show you how you can create a simple invitation for your next celebration.
We all know that to stand out from a vast amount of content being produced and shared on social media every day we need to have relevant and engaging visual content.
Our design process is all about ‘minimalism’, by using the art of simplicity, you are designing smarter, quicker, achieving more with less. We stuck to our motto when we started designing the new Fall collection for our users. This week we show you how to create a clean cut blog header, using nothing but Content Creator and our brand new Fall templates.
Walk down memory lane with us, as we remember the year that was! Happy Birthday Content Creator App.
Creating visual content that will bring value to your audience is important for the growth of your social media profiles, but knowing when and how often to share such content is essential. To make sure you stay at the top of your game and give your audience not only what they want but also when they want it we checked latest researches and found out what are best practices that you can use as a starting point to find posting frequency and timing that best suit your business and your audience.
Running a small business is not a small task. There are several different activities and concerns that you need to take care of on a daily basis so thinking about design or quality branding is very often at the bottom of that list. However, it has been proven that good branding can increase the value of the company, provide employees with direction and make new business efforts so much easier.
To effectively communicate your message and make the best of those few seconds of attention that your fans will give to your visual content there is one trick that you can use: minimalism.
The popularity of image-sharing sites like Instagram has made photo filters, those visual enhancers that make pictures look richer, grainier or aged, part of the everyday digital language that affects the way people engage with photos.
Good font combination can make your design stand out, help text pop off the background and encourage people to read your message. However, for many non-designers the process of picking and pairing fonts can be daunting. Where to start? Which ones go best together? Are there some that should never be placed next to each other? Those are all questions that come to your mind as you start designing.
These days, hashtags can be found everywhere – not just on Twitter accounts from which they have originated but on Facebook Newsfeeds, Instagram profiles, advertisements, chats, songs and even wedding invites. They became a way for brands to create conversations, interact with their fans and promote their products.
If you look at individual or business Facebook profiles you will notice many statuses that are along the line of “I am doing this” or “We just did that”. But stating facts is not what social media is all about. It’s about communicating and sharing your thoughts, stories, experiences and ideas with your audience.
Although summer is perceived as a fun, relaxing time that is associated with less interest in work and more interest in vacation, for business owners summer doesn’t change much when it comes to planning, executing, and reacting.
We've already talked a lot about how you can use Content Creator for eye-catching Cover Photos or beautiful posts for your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. But, how about some other great things you could design with this simple and free design application?
Someone said that design with bad alignment is like a poorly organized desk. Everything is cluttered, unattractive and nothing is where you expect it to be. It doesn’t take much to clean up a messy desk, just as it doesn’t take much to clean up a messy and poorly aligned design.
Inspiration comes in many forms and we can find it while walking the dog, reading a book, looking at a painting or simply reading an inspiring quote. This is why this time we would like to share with you beautifully designed posts that communicate ideas that we personally like and think will help your design look great.
One of the best ways to make your social media covers, posts, ads or banners come to life is to choose a beautiful photo that will add interest to your visual. You can use your own, or you can choose one from many free stock libraries that we recommended in our previous blogs. However, purpose of a good design is not only to look good but also to communicate your message in a way that is cohesive, understandable and easy to read...
Summer is in full swing and as Americans prepare to celebrate Independence Day with friends, family and food it’s time for your business to take this opportunity and mark the beginning of the busiest half of the year.
The spa and beauty businesses offer a myriad of services (hair care, facials, manicures and pedicures, cosmetics, tanning, and whole body treatments) and are interested in creating satisfied customers by reconnecting them with their daily lives through relaxation, pampering and comfort. However, in such a highly competitive industry one cannot just rely on the time that clients spend in the salon but must find a way to be present in their daily lives even between beauty sessions.
To make your social media designs and content fun, catchy, different or simply more like you and your business we at Content Creator have paid special attention to our selection of stickers.
Total number of gym participants in the US has increased from 24.1 million people in 2000 to 35.9 million people in the last couple years. According to a recent Entrepreneur article, fitness made up 66% of 2015 New Year’s Resolutions, which means that society is putting a greater emphasis on being healthy and staying in shape.
With an increasing amount of people that are communicating, reviewing and recommending different products and experiences to their friends and family through social media, the online word of mouth became vital to successful organic referrals, leads and conversions in today’s marketplace. This particularly applies to the travel industry where people-based platforms like Facebook are affecting consumer travel decisions at every stage and in real time.
Creating social media content continuously, while maintaining the same level of quality and interest, is one of the most difficult struggles of any Social Media or Business Manager. Especially if you don’t have time, money or resources to create it at the rate the social media environment demands it. If you have similar problem we have just one thing to tell you: YOU DON’T HAVE TO CREATE NEW CONTENT EVERY DAY...
In today's time and age, using visuals as a part of your social media strategy is not only advisable; it's actually a must!
When we first launched, our aim was to change the way you perceive, create and handle your social media design. After an amazing journey, we’re ready to change social media design forever, with Content Creator App 2.0!
Every year Pantone introduces a special set of color(s) that express the attitudes and emotions of the times. This year they have presented Spring Colors 2016 that are full of softer, tranquil shades that offer a sense of calm and promise to transport us to a happier, sunnier place where we feel free to express a wittier version of our real selves.
We appreciate your comments and feedback on the free stock libraries we have recommended so far, so we decided to search some more and give you 7 new libraries.
If you are using social media as a platform to communicate with your audience you know that the presence of visual content is not only advisable but it’s actually a must. Your engagement and traffic will considerably improve, as will your brand visibility and brand recognition. But many business owners do not have quality visual content to share with their social media audience or time to create such great viral stuff.
This is one of the questions that graphic designer Sarah Hyndman, author of the book The type taster: How fonts influence you, had in mind when she set up her site Type Tasting in 2013. Based on the concept of wine tasting she created this place in order to change the conversation about typography from talking about what font “does” to how it “tastes”...
Establishing a presence on different social media platforms, as a cost-effective and far reaching way to promote a company or a brand became a standard even for small businesses. In an ideal situation each platform should provide the same brand experience, in terms of content and visuals, but unfortunately that’s not always the case.
For many non-designers the process of picking and pairing fonts can be a daunting. There seems to be endless choices and never-ending lists of font categories and recommendations. Selecting the right combination is a result of few rules, little bit of intuition and some practice. To help you start here are 5 simple and effective examples that you can find in Content Creator’s pre-made templates:
Creative and interesting social media campaigns are often associated with cool industries such as entertainment, fashion, beauty or food. But what if your industry is insurance, construction, finance, facility management, chemicals or appliances? If your brand is making the world go around but you think it has nothing interesting to show on social, read on.
As promised, it’s time for 10 more simple and effective tips that will help you share your visual story. This time around we are focusing on colors, shapes and effects that can dramatically improve how your visual content communicates with your fans:
In the past couple of months we have shared many tips and techniques on how to apply correct colors, images, fonts or layouts in order to bring your message to life and create awesome social media visuals. As a push for relatable and inspiring visual content is only getting stronger we decided to make a little recap of top 20 tips that will help you create images that get noticed:
As a local flower shop owner you may be doing weddings, making custom flower arrangements for special occasions, helping customers celebrate anniversaries and popular holidays such as Valentine’s Day, but do you keep in touch?
If you want to make your social media post, ad or blog header more powerful you need to do just 2 things: make sure that the visual is in line with your signature brand style and always include a copy. The simplest way to achieve both things is to incorporate in your design a color overlay, a new feature in Content Creator app.
In the never-ending stream of 140-character messages that appear on Twitter by an overall rate of 6000 per second, using visual content is a great way to stand out. It will not only help you to get twice as much vertical space in the timeline but it will boost your engagement and result in 35% more re-tweets and 18% more click-through. Not a bad way to be seen, heard and remembered, right?
Twitter has more than 300 million monthly users and around 500 million tweets per day, so it’s quite understandable why many companies are using this channel to promote their brand of business. If you are one of them you have probably spent some time trying to customize Twitter to suit your needs and, among other things, creating a header photo that would stand out among millions of other Twitter profiles. If not, it’s a perfect time for you to look at the way other successful brands are using their header photos and to think about ways you can apply that to your brand.
Almost everything we touch or see is impacted by typography. Just try to imagine your favorite newspapers or your next brochure without text. Basically, typography is the art and technique of arranging characters (letters) in a way that enables learning and recognition. But that is just one way of looking at things.
According to the National Retail Federation more than $16.4 billion will be spent in the USA, before and during Easter weekend, on apparel, decorations, gifts, candies, food and flowers. Businesses that seek to achieve success during this period need to, according to the Facebook Insights, target women of all ages and consumers who are 18 to 34 in particular, as they are most important drivers of the Easter conversation. Find out how your brand can stand out this Easter, with 6 ways to use social media this Easter.
There are many strategies that small businesses are using in order to drive increased revenues thanks to social media but this time we will focus our attention on sale posts. When accompanied by compelling visuals, promo codes and strong call to action they can help you reach millions of people and boost your online sales for the season. Here are 7 simple and effective ideas that will hopefully inspire you next sale post design:
If you are in the food business you are exposed to effects of the social media influence, even if you don’t have an official Profile or Page. Just think about Yelp reviews, tweet comments or #foodporn Instagram photos that customers are sharing through their social media profiles and in that way helping others, especially millennials, to create an opinion about your restaurant, bar or a café.
Contrast is defined as “the difference in visual properties that makes an object distinguishable from other objects and the background.” Simply saying it makes things look different from one another. We, as human beings, are wired to notice difference and to us a layout where everything is of the same size, shape or color simply looks boring.
We've already discussed what makes an ad more desirable and clickable, but how do you create an ad in seconds, an ad that actually works? For all of those, who are rushing to finalize their Valentine's day campaign, check out the easy way you can create your ads and save time.
When people arrive at your Facebook or Twitter page, where do they look first? You are right - they look at your Cover Photo. Why not use Valentine's day as the perfect opportunity to promote your February deals and offers via your Cover Photo. We give you an easy tutorial and how to make original cover photos in seconds.
A simple way of how you can attract the attention to your business during Valentine’s Day week even if you have nothing romantic to offer.
Couples in love are not the only ones looking forward to the Valentine’s Day. Florists, restaurants, jewelers, e-shops and many other businesses are counting on this holiday to bring their business a significant boost in the first quarter. Find out how significant this Day really is and how your brand can join in on the conversation.
Visual content is in high demand, especially for the hospitality industry, and having delicious looking photos across your social media platforms is essential. However, if you are not a professional photographer taking a food photo can be very challenging so let's start this blog with a few tips on what it takes to make a great one.
Banner ads are one of the most common forms of advertising used in the online world. As an affordable, effective and measurable medium they enable companies to draw the attention to the brand and attract traffic back to advertiser’s web page. However, much like any other form of advertising, the success of a banner ad often depends on its design.
There’s no better way to ignite engagement but to use visual content. You will stand out from the crowd and get a second chance to repurpose text-only content into eye catching graphs, interesting quotes, great social media post. The possibilities are endless. But how to create images that don’t take hours to make or don’t spend your entire marketing budget?
Finding a nice balance between image and text will make your brand stand out and communicate your message clearly to the audience. If you’re still looking for ways to achieve that balance here are 5 practical and simple formulas that always work.
Why Instagram is the perfect platform for marketers that are looking to reach a young and growing audience through universal language of images.
In a world that is increasingly visual it’s important to develop and maintain a distinct visual style that makes you instantly recognizable and memorable. The placement and choice of your colors, fonts, images and layouts is a crucial part of that process. That’s why we’ll talk about these four ingredients and ways in which other brands implement them successfully in their social media strategies.
Do you have a paid subscription to a well-known photo stock library, but often struggle to find engaging visuals for your social media posts? It takes you a lot of time to filter through pages and pages of photos that look staged, fake or simply out of date? If your existing paid photo stocks don’t give you much option remember that there are many alternative ones available out there.
Entertaining, informative, unforgettable and attention grabbing, that’s the kind of visual content we like to see on social media. Instead of talking about all the little things that can help you create such content we would like to show you few brands that are known for their specific personality, style and voice on social media.
Psychology and marketing have a long history together. In order to understand how buyers are thinking, how to improve sales communication or make better relations with customers we rely on different psychological theories and techniques. As social media is all about people engaging in conversations and interacting with each other it’s no surprise that many psychological principles can be applied to this communication platform as well...
In a world where smartphones and photo filters have greatly improved our ability to take and edit photos it became important to have credible, high quality and relevant visual content on Facebook. The one that will not only help you establish brand reputation and become instantly recognizable but also allow your fans to notice, understand and engage with your content. So if your posts are getting lost in the noise of the Newsfeed or if your presence is hard to distinguish from the competition, it’s time to elevate visual experience by following four elements...
There’s a science to everything – even fonts! We came across few interesting and fun facts about fonts that are backed up by science and definitely worth a read!
In graphic design there seem to be thousands of rules on how to apply colors, fonts of layouts. Such rules may seem difficult to master but the reality is that successful design can be stripped down to several basic principles. If you learn and respect them you will become great at visual communication even if you are not a professional graphic design.
Color is light and light is energy. Color can stimulate and excite. It can affect our mood, emotions, behavior and way in which we interpret content that surround us. However, selecting the right color combination can sometimes be tricky. Learn how to select the right color palette and combination for your next social media design.
When you are designing your social media visuals there’s a lot you can do to make them look great. You can choose a beautiful background image, decide on a perfect filter or find a complementary font but the real magic happens when you combine those elements in a fresh and inspiring way.
A good font can do so much for your social media post. It can make your design stand out, help text pop off the background and most importantly communicate your message clearly. If you want your image to have the same effect, you need to take few things into considerations when picking the right font and pairing it with others. Here are some simple and effective tips that will help you make good pairing decisions:
Transparency is the effect created when a color block, text or image is “made thinner” or desaturated so that the color is diluted and what is behind shows through. This method comes very handy when you’re creating your visual content because it allows you to place text on pictures with many details and to highlight certain parts of your design for a more professional and dynamic look. If you’ve never experimented with transparency effects, here are a few tips that will show you how to use it in your design:
If you want to achieve high engagement with your customers you need to incorporate emotions into a brand’s story and build in specific emotional characteristics that will increase positive attitudes about the product. Emotions provide authenticity and create relatable content that resonates with consumers because it engages and entertains them rather than coming off as an advertisement.
There are days when we are brimming with ideas for our next social media posts, and the ones when we are aimlessly staring at the blank screen and wondering what to post next. The internet is full of articles on how to get your creative juices flowing, but what works for one person doesn’t mean it will work for you.
There’s no better way to make your social media post come to life than to choose a great background image that will not just draw the attention but also add interest to your digital media presence...
Every time you open a newspaper, a book or any web page you are interacting with a font. It could be famous Times New Roman, Ariel, Helvetica or some less liked fonts such as Papyrus or Comic Sans. And although you probably don’t think much about them, each font has a story to tell...
If you’re ready to enrich your social media presence with some timeless, simple and elegant design it’s time to learn more about the power of minimal black and white combination.
Human communication exists for about 30.000 years but it was not text based from the start. Text, known to us for 3.700 years, took a central stage in 15th century with the invention of Gutenberg’s printing press. At that time graphics and visuals were too costly to be included so it took several centuries and significant cut of printing costs before visuals resurfaced again and shifted our entire culture from textual to visual literacy.
Designers just love the number three. Three images, three buttons, three colors, three fonts… Symmetrical and simply good looking, three is a magic number that gives solid structure to your design and allows viewers to quickly scan and digest your message.
Business owners too often give up on the social media dream. This can be due to many reasons, lack of resources, experience, budget and the biggest factor - creativity.
Did you ever think about why social media networks such as Facebook, Linkedin or Twitter use blue color? Or why Starbucks and lately even McDonald’s in Europe choose green color? There’s a lot more to colors than meets the eye.
Reward your fans this upcoming season with delightful giveaways, at the same time reward your social media accounts with brand new and original visual content. Take a peek and see just how easy content creation really is.
Learning how to create your own visual content might sound hard, but it's actually so simple, all you need is your imagination and Content Creator.
Our team has been super busy with new updates, app functionalities and of course our moment of glory up on the big stage at The Next Web in New York.
If you want to sell a product, gain new followers, persuade people to do something or have them support your cause they need to know who you are in the first place. Your ability to initiate any of these actions largely depends on the brand authority that you continuously build with your actions and consistent brand voice.
Creating your own content shouldn't be complicating nor should you spend endless hours struggling with design software and designers. By learning how to create your own visual content, you're allowing your fans to see the real you.
Getting in front of Facebook fans, without using paid ads, is getting more difficult. But, all is not lost. When determining which fans will see your content Facebook takes into consideration one important element – affinity.
Create your own visual piece of art, with easy to follow steps, that require little to no time to master.
Welcome your new guests with pure luxury! Entice them to stay at your venue with gorgeous social media content, designed and made by you.
The way you use color in design of your custom-designed images will impact how that design is perceived, understood and interpreted. That is why, before you start working with color in your designs, you should understand more about what color is and how it can make a better experience for your viewers.
They say good food is all the sweeter when shared with good friends! We like to think this applies to social media content as well!
When people arrive at your Facebook Page, where do they look first? You are right - they look at your Facebook Cover Photo. As the most noticeable part of your Page, that takes almost a quarter of the screen, Cover Photos are a perfect place for you to advertise your products or promote your services.
This upcoming season, start fresh with original visual content designed by you. Make your next promotion or campaign a massive hit with engaging visuals, that express your brand values and image.
The holiday season is a perfect time for you as a business owner, to reflect on your business goals and for you to seek out more loyal customers.
With access to tools and applications such as Content Creator more and more people are able to create their own custom-designed images and posts. But one complexity faces all of them: how to design layouts that are readable and beautiful at the same time?
Be the very best you can this season, by creating your own social media content. Be original, be tasteful, be you, use original content to showcase your scrumptious delights and new products.
Before we go into details about how to design with white space it is important to understand what that space really is. To put it briefly white space, also called the negative space, is space that is free from text, images, or any other design elements.
Show your fans just how creative you are by displaying your talent through gorgeous visual content. Show case some of your best arrangements for your next social media campaign with engaging and originally designed posts.
They say that the struggle makes the success even sweeter. We agree but sometimes you just need a little bit of simplicity in your life, especially if you are a business owner. Don’t struggle with your next product launch or campaign, use Content Creator and start designing visual content like a pro.
Running a business is never an easy thing. There are always products to be launched, clients to be made happy, new problems to be solved and negative attitudes to be dealt with. Sometimes, all you really need is few inspiring and motivating words that will help you keep your focus and work through those tough times.
As an owner of a Travel Agency, you are bound to face problems during the off season. Summer might be over but that doesn't mean your business should come to a halt. The world is an amazing place, even in the colder months, use this opportunity to start a new campaign or promotion.
Maintaining an active social media presence is not an easy task especially if you own your business. With so many things you are already doing, how do you find time required for frequent posting?
Summer might be over but in no way is tourism or the hospitality industry slowing down! Start the new season off with a bang by rewarding your loyal guests. Don't let your special giveaway go unseen, make sure you check in with Content Creator for this weeks special post tutorial.
Flowers always make people better, happier and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul - Luther Burbank
Visual content, often underused and overlooked on social media, is a great way to communicate the message that can be understood in a matter of seconds and shared, equally fast, across many social media networks.
Running out of time is no longer a worthy excuse, with Content Creator you can now design your very own promotional content in little or no time.
One of the best and most effective ways to highlight your social media photos is to combine them with text. That will not just emphasize the atmosphere of selected image but also communicate an important message to viewers. Learn how to successfully combine two powerful elements when creating your next social media post.
Content Creator has brought design right back to basics because we understand busy working humans have little or no time to design their own promotional posts and social media designs. Every so often you need to reward your loyal customers and what better way to do it than with a promotional offer.
Despite the prominent placement and size of Twitter header (or Cover) Photo many businesses still do not use its full potential. To give you a better idea of what a Twitter header can do for your company, we give you few great suggestions that will allow you to use the given opportunity and outshine your competition.
How many times did you take photos with your phone only to discover, after viewing them on your computer, that the colors look strange or the image is too blurry? Here are a few tips to prove that you can create beautiful looking images easily:
When businesses started going social the first questions they would ask was: How do I get more likes on my Facebook Business Page? And although likes are still considered to be great in terms of the reach it became evident that they are not as powerful as fans posting comments or sharing your content with their friends.
Design is primarily about communication. That doesn’t mean that your custom-designed images do not have to be visually pleasing, but making them pretty isn’t the only goal. More important is to create them in a way that will communicate message clearly and focus viewers’ eyes on the intended first action you expect from them.
So, you finally have access to high quality photos and you want to use them as a background for your posts, but don't know where to start or how to balance image with text?
Colors affect our moods, add meaning to our content and enhance effectiveness of the message we want to communicate to our audience. But, there is a fine line between a color combination that would give someone sore eyes and the one that is a sight for sore eyes.
Social media is a great way to stay connected with your customers, but using it the wrong way through annoying or frequent posting will make your fans turn you off as they would some overbearing high school friend.
There are some days when, despite all your efforts, you simply cannot think of one thing to say to your social media audience. You are stuck and no amount of coffee or walking around the office can help you to come with just one solid idea.
The Internet is full of information about the importance of visual content and although we do see an increase in number of custom-designed posts many still ignore one of the most prominent visual on their Facebook Pages – their Cover Photo.
Did you know that 90% of all product assessment is related to its color? Or that 85% of shoppers say that the primary reason they are purchasing a product has to do with its color? In a world where color affects us in multiple conscious and subconscious ways it is clear that making a good color impression, in online or offline world, became increasingly important.
It can be challenging to consistently keep coming up with amazing ideas for your blog that readers will engage with and it can be very tempting not to write about your company, products and services each time.
One of the most frequent questions in social media refers to social media frequency or optimal number of times you should share your content before it reaches maximum number of viewers. We decided to check out some of the latest researches and find out what are the best practices you can use as a starting point and see if they work for you.
So far we have talked about different fonts, ways in which choosing the right font helps you to communicate brand values and how font consistency can establish visual recognition and build trust.
Quotes are one of those things that will almost always work on social media no matter how many times you use them. They became the easiest way to sent a subtle message to the world and have your fans, regardless of time, space or situation they live in, look at it and say: “Hey, I can relate to this”.
The main purpose of fonts is to make you stand out, grab the attention of viewers and encourage them to read. But fonts just like colors, also express personality of your brand and can provoke different emotions.
Long gone are the days where you had to settle for lousy, grainy photos or pay a hefty sum for high quality ones. In a time when visuals greatly improve your social media engagement there are many websites with beautiful stock photos that prove how finding a great image for your photo post does not mean going through the copyright nightmare or seriously damaging your wallet.
Social media is a highly visual medium where images and content share the same weight. Viewers will not only judge your product by the quality of your photos but will also be inclined to click on your social media posts if their eyes are drawn to an attractive image.
Interpretation of colors can be different in different nations and can depend on personality characteristics, past experiences or context in which the color is being used. However, there are few generalized emotional responses associated with each color.
As you manage your Facebook Page for some time you start noticing certain patterns and the first one you usually see is that social media posts published at a certain time perform better than others...
Having your post going viral on social media networks and getting hundreds of likes and shares as a response to your efforts is the one thing that excites every Facebook Page owner...
Ever wondered why humans are so responsive to visual information and why pictures are a great way to interact with people? Here are few interesting facts you maybe didn’t know...
Do you know that our brain processes visuals about 60,000 times faster than text? No wonder all successful social media posts these days include an image, infographic or at least a video. As a result we have seen that users are around 40% more likely to engage with social media content that involves pictures.
You are doing your best to create original content and publish posts regularly on social networks but are frustrated by the lack of engagement? Here are 5 ways that will make you stand out from your competition and get some attention in what is a busy social media world.
You are already creating and posting custom social media images but you’re looking for ways to make them even more shareable? Here are few tips that will help you decide on the ideal color, font or layout and make your social media design viral and engaging.
The month of may has been very busy for social media, but one news made real impact in the social media world: The Facebook Instant articles. What is all the fuss about, find out in the following lines.
Creating social media content continuously, while maintaining the same level of quality and interest, is one of the most difficult struggles of any Social Media Manager. Especially if you don’t have time, money or resources to create it at the rate the social media environment demands it. If you have similar problem I have just one thing to tell you: YOU DON’T HAVE TO CREATE NEW CONTENT DAY AFTER DAY.
Do you judge a book by its cover? Or believe in first impressions when meeting someone? Judging a social media update by its headline is not and exception (on average 8 out of 10 people will read the headline, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest).
Two things have marked this March: the arrival of spring and the Facebook F8 Developers Conference. The arrival of spring didn't bring any weather changes, but, the F8 Conference did. At the Conference a few interesting novelties have been presented, as well as the vision of Mark Zuckerberg regarding the social media and the future of artificial intelligence.
If you are hoping to improve your Facebook marketing and help your business get better results, you must have thought about implementing the newly available Facebook features. But, how can your business capitalize on them so your fans are satisfied and you get the results you hoped for?
Let’s say that you’re invited to present your business or simply your new idea to a group of investors. How much time, energy and effort would you give in the preparation of your presentation? Would it be a couple of weeks or maybe even a month? How many people would work on it? One, two, five?
This time we go the other way around. Instead of talking about what else should we do, let’s use this time to get rid of some bad habits you might have picked up along the way that are preventing your Facebook Page from attracting more followers. You might recognize yourself in some, but even if you don’t it’s a good guidance and lesson from mistakes others have done before you.
Having a Facebook Page is easier, cheaper, more convenient and almost instantly gratifying (in terms of number of fans) experience so it’s clear why some companies decide to have that social media as their only source of online business presence.