YouTube penalises content creators that breach their rules with ‘strikes’ – this system is changing. If you’re using YouTube, check this out to understand what strikes are and what the changes mean to you.
So in case you haven’t heard, Google has taken the [regretful] decision to close Google+ to consumers. This, for the record, is something I heard with great sadness. It has long-since been my opinion, that Google+ was, hands-down, the best social media platform.
Collecting reviews is so important as it creates ‘social proof’ – this is critical to growing our business online, being found and helping us reach our digital marketing goals, because it shows our would-be customer what other people think about us. So, assuming that you are collecting reviews, there’s one thing that I see loads of companies doing, and it’s a huge missed opportunity.
We answer a question from our Digital Stars community: “In simple terms, can someone advise what the difference is between a boosted post and a sponsored post? And how on earth does one publish a sponsored post?!”
Does “I ignored this post earlier, but It WORKS!! I have a whole new news feed. I’m seeing posts from people I haven’t seen in years” sound familiar? One of our Facebook community members posted a question about whether there was any truth in it, so I’ve broken down the component parts to show what works, what doesn’t and why.
Want to join a Facebook Group as your Facebook Page (business)? Well, you can! In a recent change, you can now enable this feature on your Group and take advantage of it with your Page.