Unlike Instagram, Facebook has changed its algorithm to prioritize content from family and friends over businesses. This is where Insights comes in!
Good Instagram marketing is a skill to be learned and mastered. In addition to posting good pictures, captions play a significant role in your success.
Using social media advertising can be intimidating, so we've brought back Local Line alum and online advertising guru, Brock Jones, to break it down. Here are his best tips:
Facebook can be very powerful for small business owners. It is a fact that today, almost every business has a Facebook business page. It serves as social proof that you’re current and actively running your business.
When you’re selling food online, your product descriptions and product photos are the most persuasive tools you have to get customers to buy. A product description should elegantly explain the product and it’s characteristics without being too long and wordy. A longer description will often deter a reader from reading the full copy.
Running your own business is a lot of work, and it can be overwhelming to get everything done in one day. With all the duties and added work of being a farmer, marketing can often get put to the side.
Good marketing can help you reach your target market, increase your customer base, and ultimately, boost your profits!
Three ways you can use Instagram Insights to grow your following and increase customer engagement.
Unlike creating a post on Instagram, Stories are a temporary image or video that you can share with your audience. Stories show authenticity, as they are quick and easy to digest, versus a curated Instagram profile feed.
MailChimp allows you to create demand by telling your authentic story. Instead of just sending another email, use this tool to best showcase your lifestyle and products to potential customers.
Unfortunately, there’s no step by step, scientific guide on how to market your products to get new sales, but here is a way to start.