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Cheat Sheet: Top Social Media Photo Sizes for Your Convenience

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In looking back over nearly six years of articles, it’s about time for a revamp for some of my most popular posts. For those of you who want to ‘make it’ on all the top social media sites. It would be nice to have a cheat sheet handy of the standard photo sizes for these sites, wouldn’t it? Well in that case, you’re welcome! No need to start a riot with all the applause; really, it was my pleasure. Here are the updated 2018 Social Media platform image sizes!

Outsourcing Social Media Marketing for the Holidays or Busy Season

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Much in the same way that businesses hire on additional help for the busy holiday season, outsourcing work like social media marketing can be a smart way to stay ahead of the game. When is your busiest season or time(s) of year? Are you spread in a million directions at once? Most small business owners have great ideas, great intentions, and great plans. The problem is having enough hours in a day to successfully execute all of those ideas, intentions, and plans.

Incorporating Reviews into Social Media Marketing Strategy

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Your company may have some great testimonials and feedback. These are perfect (and free!) advertisements for your business. The question is –how do you effectively incorporate those reviews into a social media strategy that will help you to grow your customer base? In every part of marketing, audience is imperative to your success. You have to define your target audience before you can put together any sort of social strategy –reviews and testimonials included.

Social Media Marketing: Defining Success

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People want results –it’s natural. For those pouring money and resources into a social media marketing and content marketing campaign, they want to see the fruits of that labor. How do you measure success in an avenue that’s not exactly clearly paved? What may count as successful for one business on social media may not be considered successful to another. So, how do you define success?

Using Social Media to Hire Employees

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Recently, I heard a news story relaying how McDonald’s plans to fill 250,000 job openings in the US over the next few months. Good news, but what really caught my attention was the fact that the fast food chain is hoping to fill these jobs with Snapchat’s help. McDonald’s is using Snapchat to hire millenials.

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