In Part 1, I’ve laid out the basics when it comes to using hashtags on some of the most popular social media platforms and sprinkled a couple of my own observations here and there, stemming from using social sites on a regular basis. If you’ve only just found this post and don’t feel like an expert hashtag user, I suggest you acquaint with the previous post first. If, however, you’ve read it already, or otherwise feel pretty confident about where and how you tag things, buckle up for a dose of personal remarks on how to best use hashtags on social media.
My presence in the online socialverse has lead me to believe that some people could use a couple of hints to step their hashtag game up. And I don’t mean this in a patronizing way. I’m just trying to extend a helping hand to my fellow social media users. If you’re thinking ‘huh, what does this guy know that I don’t already?’, well, a couple of things, actually, that I didn’t think of before doing research on the topic. So, no matter how much of a hashassin you consider yourself to be, I still reckon that reading this post will not be a waste of your time. Get ready for Part 1 of how to best use hashtags on social media. And Part 2, once you’re done here.
Easter 2015 is upon us. But who’s ‘us’ and is it really right around the corner? Well, Christians consider Easter to be their most important religious holiday and this year they’ll celebrate it 5-6 April. Not all of them though, as the Eastern Orthodox Church uses a different calendar and will hold the festivities a week later, that is 12-13 April. And then, there are billions of people all around the world not celebrating Easter at all, yes BILLIONS. If you manage a company doing business with people coming from various cultural backgrounds, you may want to take that into consideration. Read on to learn how to handle corporate communication and provide customer support during holidays.
The growing importance of social media in business is undeniable. Each of the online social platforms offers something unique and holds a huge potential for marketing and advertising to highly targeted groups of potential customers. Venturing into social media, however, doesn’t mean setting up profiles in every medium available. You have to find out where your clients are, in order to focus your marketing efforts. Moreover, you have to be ready to tackle a variety of situations involving your clients. To make your life easier, I’ve covered some of the best social media customer service practices, including examples, in the post below. Stay with me to step your social game up!