Instagram Stories recently launched and it's very similar to Snapchat, minus the funny bee and dog filters. With Instagram Stories, you can create photo or video collections, add emojis and they will stay on your feed for 24 hours. Watch as I walk you through how to leverage photos from your iPhone Camera Roll to use as your Instagram Story.
Social media is something every business can benefit from. It helps build brand awareness, customer loyalty, and can provide immediate insight into how your customers view your services or product (to name a few). That said, in the push for social media and social media services, there is a lot of bad info that gets thrown around.
We get asked a lot of questions from business owners, large and small. And though their individual needs might vary, there are certain things that come up time and again. As such, I thought it was a good time to take a moment and answer a few of them here. Just in case you've been wondering them, too!
If you have a business Facebook account, your default setting is to have everything public so customers can find you. Easy enough. But that doesn't mean you want your personal Facebook account to be quite so easily accessible.
In talking to our clients, we were surprised to find out how many didn't realize they could control who could see their personal social posts. Many were publishing things publicly when they really wanted only their friends to see it.