It can be hard when you’re the sole person responsible for digital marketing in your charity/organisation, especially when everyone around you either doesn’t get it or isn’t interested. The lack of support can be detrimental, not only to your work but to your mental health.
Are you responsible for managing the social media for your business? Worried about making mistakes or not sure where to start? To help you out, I’ve pulled together some of the main do’s and don’t’s for managing social media channels. Use the below as a quick and easy checklist to make sure you’re making the…
Buffer are known for two things: Building a successful social media platform and looking after their staff. In a recent announcement, the company shared why they are giving employees a 6 week paid break from work (after being with the company for 5 years).
It can be hard sometimes to run a small business, especially if you don’t have any staff to support you. A lot of different things need your attention and there’s just not enough time in the day to get through your to-do list. When that happens, your website can sometimes be one of the first things that gets neglected. However, your website is an important part of having your product seen, it’s your virtual shop window and can play a huge part in whether you get new customers or not. So here are some tips and things to think about that will help you to get the most out of your website with only a small amount of investment:
I’ve been working in social media in some form or another for over seven years now with some fantastic campaigns and projects under my belt. I thought it was about time I shared just a few of the things I’ve learnt whilst working in the digital world.