All posts by: suekoch

But I’m not a techy/creative type, how do I keep up?! Feeling overwhelmed by the prospect of video? I hear it all the time. Social media can be pretty intimidating...
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A while back I did a blog called “Haphazard Hashtaggery” intended to address our habit of hashtag desperation over research and relevance. Since social media is always changing, and hashtags...
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Are you fed up with seeing messages like this when you try to boost a Facebook post? “Your ad may not run due to too much text” – even when...
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Today I welcome my fabulous friend and business partner, Marie Hale, founder of AtRevenue, as she discusses why words aren’t always our best communication tools… First, I believe we need...
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When someone visits your LinkedIn profile, are they compelled to read on? To connect with you? To reach out and start a conversation? The first thing a visitor sees is...
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As you may have heard, social media algorithms LOVE video. The problem? Not all humans love video. In fact, most humans cringe at the idea of sitting solo, staring at...
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I hear all the time “what if I don’t have any content?” People get overwhelmed thinking about all the things they need to create to establish a content strategy to create...
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It’s common for businesses both small and large to pay for a service that supports posting content to their social media channels. Especially for the small business owner, it certainly...
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One great thing the Cambridge Analytica debacle offered Facebook users was awareness for all the privacy features most people had no idea existed. This, and several other steps are important...
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One question I get every single time I present on LinkedIn, no matter the audience. “Should I connect with everyone on LinkedIn?” It is a personal decision, but here are...
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