Social Media Marketing Automation is GOOD – Podcast Episode

A lot of social media marketing “experts” will tell you that social media marketing automation is wrong. They are wrong – and in this episode of Marketing in Minutes you will learn why.  To subscribe to Marketing in Minutes on any podcast platform, please go here. This podcast was produced with the following equipment: – – In this episode…

The One Social Media Metric That Doesn’t Scale… (And it’s not traffic)

„Scaling“ is a magic word in marketing. The principle is simple: You find something that works for you and gives you a little success and then you go and try to multiply this small success into a bigger success – you „scale“ it – hopefully. If you can scale your success, you are done – go, celebrate! But the truth…

5 Things You Need To Know About Posting On Social Media On Weekends

I have seen it over and over again, people, blogs and brands being very active on Social Media on weekdays – and turning utterly silent on social media on weekends. I am not sure whether this is due to their social media manager doing a 9 to 5 job and going home on Friday afternoon or if the idea behind…

3 Tools For Social Media Marketing That Nobody Ever Admits Using

Let’s start with a warning: Reading this may cause your hat to roll off. Your black hat, gray hat or white hat, I mean. Somehow, there is still a lot of talk about social media marketing that is done the proper way, and social media marketing that is done the wrong way. And terms like “black hat” or “white hat”…

Awesome Marketing Magic and Growth Hacks Using Link Shorteners

Have you ever asked yourself why you would need a link shortening service like Bit.ly? You are not alone. The necessity of link shorteners is not obvious – however some of the most surprising marketing tricks can be achieved with link shorteners. In the old days, the main reason for many for using a link shortener was so that links…

How to Develop Your Own “Social Media Web” To Catch More Audience

The following is a guest post by Patrick Cole. Patrick Cole is an entrepreneur and freelancer. He is also a contributing blogger for several websites. Patrick loves self-education and rock music. Connect with Patrick via Facebook, Google+ and Twitter Most companies feel like cash machines set in concrete walls. You put in your details and the machine spews out your product.…

Social Media And Email Integration: 5 Ways To Create A Successful Marketing Campaign

The following is a guest post by Kerry Creaswood. Kerry Creaswood is a young and ambitious writer from Savannah, GA. She is interested in self-development, design and marketing. To find more about Kerry – check her Twitter. Email is old school. Social media is new school. And you have to choose one of them to give consistency to your digital marketing campaign. Right? Wrong.…

10 Twitter Features You Aren’t Using… You Are Missing Out

Twitter has the reputation of being fairly simple. That sounds easy. It is not. Twitter still comes with a couple of very useful features and functions that help you get more out of the 140 character conversations. Knowing about these Twitter features and utilizing them will let you get more out of your efforts and help you grow an engaged…

The Filter Bubble – Facebook’s Booster For Radicalism

This article about the Filter Bubble has been a long time in the making. It took a lot of thought to hopefully find the right words. The problem with this one is that it touches on politics, and this blog shouldn’t be political. Sometimes, you just can’t help it… Social media gave everyone a voice – sometimes with a viral…