Social Media Strategies for a Company Culture Mobile App
* Social Media Strategy
* Social branding
* Social Media management (Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, LinkedIn)
* Social PR
Today Facebook announced during their F8 Conference many things including changes to their Messenger app and a mobile app for advertising analytics…They also announced that video uploaded to Facebook will now have the ability to be embedded onto other websites, like this one.
This is extremely exciting to us here at KiMedia Strategies because many of our clients are seeing greater success with their video marketing strategies on Facebook than on YouTube. We know this doesn’t mean that Facebook will “kill” YouTube or really even slow it down, but we do think that for some businesses this could mean big things for their videos.
We want to know what you think about this. Are you happy that they are rolling this feature out or does it even affect your social media marketing strategy?
It’s #ThrowbackThursday, is your brand participating? Some ideas:
– employee pics when they were babies or teens.
– the early days of the company.
– relevant throwbacks in your industry – who invented the first chicken wing…the first female attorney….etc…
– showcase clients or customers from years ago.
No matter what you choose to do make sure you’re participating in this highly engaged, viral trend using #ThrowbackThursday & #TBT on all social sites: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+, Tumblr…!
Here’s our #TBT: what the KiMedia Strategies office looked like in 2010, just starting out in the corner of Kim’s bedroom. To see how far we’ve come is amazing!
LinkedIn is getting more personal these days allowing users to create their own personalized cover photos and we think that’s awesome! Just one more way to subtly show off a personal side to the otherwise business person that you are on LinkedIn. You’ll see below that we created a personalized cover for our CEO all in the theme of 8-bit Mario awesomeness because.. well…. she’s slightly obsessed.
LinkedIn does have some stock covers available to choose from, but where’s the fun in that?
No BS here, just some really great tips.
– Continually seek out new people to follow
– Have real conversations with people and brands
– Participate in Twitter chats
– Share content that you are truly interested in or that your business/ brand wants to be seen as the leader in
– Watch your analytics to see what shared content generates clicks, new follows, shares and replies
– Don’t automate your direct messages
– Always know what you’re Tweeting
– Be kind and thank others for sharing your content
– Follow popular hashtags and participate in conversation
– Above all else, be yourself.
– One of my favorite tips especially for brands and small businesses that do not have a huge marketing budget is to run a $1/ day new like ad campaign targeted exactly to who you want seeing your content.
– Engage content on other pages
– Don’t just … Read More »