How many apps have you allowed access to your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts? The answer is probably more than you think. Do your posts to Facebook appear as a 'fb.me' link on Twitter? It's annoying, right? And not only for you, but your followers too. A number of business owners that I've visited over the past … Continue reading How do you unlink social media accounts?
Christmas comes but once a year - we should think about social media content now November's here! Each year, as the Christmas season approaches, marketing campaigns seem to be EVERYWHERE with all businesses trying to cash in on the Christmas spending frenzy. So how do you create a social media campaign that competes? We've taken … Continue reading Social Media Campaign Ideas for Christmas
When you’re setting up your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, you will be given the option to connect your accounts together, with the idea that when you post something on one platform, the exact same post will appear on the other platform. Sounds good, right? Well, none of your followers will thank you for it or appreciate it.
To really make the most out of your social media presence, ensure you are strategic with your calls to action. Here's our top 5 tips for getting social media calls to action right, and some examples of exactly how it’s been done successfully.
Have you ever searched for that emoji that just doesn't exist? Well, you'll be pleased to learn that emoji company Unicode are releasing nearly 75 new emojis this month. Emojis are fast becoming a regular way for businesses and social media managers to engage with their consumers. For businesses like Domino's Pizza - whose social … Continue reading How new emojis could improve social media marketing
Most marketers get social media wrong. Especially those that have been around the block a few times and know a thing or two about marketing. But why?
You want your social media posts to get attention, but how do you go about it? There's no magic formula. But, LAMB Social Media Management have put together this handy little 'Who, What, Where, When, Why and How' guide to help.