Every weekend I give you the tastiest treats from everything I’ve shared on Twitter and Facebook over the past week.
This is the content I’ve hand picked from across the Internet because I think it’s worth your quality time.
In this week’s episode, I show you the art of writing AWESOME Facebook updates, I share social media marketing tips you can steal from top brands, and I give you 12 things you can do when you’re sitting around waiting.
This is the reading material I’ll be soaking up this weekend. Enjoy!
The Art of Writing Great Facebook Status Updates (QuickSprout)
How long should your Facebook updates be? Should you share breaking news articles, give advice to your fans, or provide a window into your personal life? What’s the best day of the week for Facebook updates?
All these questions – and more – are answered by QuickSprout.
List Building With Social Media: How to Grow Your Email List (Social Media Examiner)
Social media has become so saturated it’s no longer enough on its own to pull in the customers your business needs. You need email too.
That’s according to social media expert Amy Porterfield, who shares her top tips for building your email list in this podcast.
Steal These 3 Social Marketing Tricks From Top Brands (Mashable)
Want the inside scoop on how Oreo, IBM and Red Bull dominate social media? Mashable reveals all in this article.
How to Use Hashtags In Your Social Media Marketing (Social Media Examiner)
Hashtags are an easy way to grow your audience fast. Originally only used on Twitter, they’re now popular on Facebook too. Hash up your hashtag knowledge here (Also includes tips on how to avoid hashtag blunders).
5 Techniques to Have a Productive Day Everyday (workawesome)
Want to make your life awesome? The make every day count. Find out why Lior Levin tells you to spend more time in the shower, plus four more quirky tips over at workawesome.
Bonus article: Stuck for what to do this week? Check out Freelance Folder’s 12+ Things You Can Do While You’re Waiting.
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