Pinterest is where people find ideas and take action on those ideas. Ideas ranging from hair styles to recipes to home decor, however many businesses still don’t see the positive marketing influence Pinterest has to offer. Pinterest has 150 million people finding ideas on a monthly basis and this includes people interested in everything under the sun, even your business service or product. It’s no longer a “woman’s world” as it was 16 years ago, about 40% of men joined Pinterest, which is 70% more than last year! This is why we feel that it’s important to create optimized images for Pinterest marketing. There’s a tremendous amount of potential customers waiting to pin your business product or idea. We’ll show you how now!
Social media advice is given everywhere online, no matter which niche or industry, it’s in your face promising to impact your social media marketing. However who can you trust to get the latest developments and social media tips that can make a difference for your business. Today we’re bringing you top-notch social media experts to watch in 2017 to help you with your social media efforts.
Don’t let the hard work you put into creating Facebook content on Stencil go to waste. Get the most out of your content by optimizing your Facebook page with apps. Follow our guide to Facebook’s top 5 apps for business in order to help direct viewers toward the right information on your page.
If you’re a small business using social marketing platforms, optimization is crucial. Maintaining an efficient strategy can save you time, money, and help avoid stress. Regardless of whether you’re using Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, follow these easy steps to make sure your business is getting the most out of your social marketing strategy.
Looking to make social posts that wow your readers? Using Stencil’s grid feature to improve your visual content is the way to go. This blog post builds upon the previous posts we’ve shared including how to improve your visual content for Instagram and how to make great color schemes in Stencil. This time, we’ll dig a bit deeper by showing you 5 easy steps to keep your visual content aligned for success.
As the marketing power of social media continues to evolve, so does our notion of influential thinkers and content makers. The last decade has experienced a shift in media influence from movie stars, models, and authors, to prolific social media personalities which the industry refers to as “influencers.” Take, for example, Yoga_Girl, shown above. She’s a devoted yoga teacher and co-founder of OneEight, an online health and wellness company. Oh, and did we mention her Instagram has 2 million organic followers?
You’re posting away on social media hoping to get some type of positive feedback, and you wonder, “How do I know if these posts really work? Who’s even paying attention?!” Good questions. If you’re in business, social media can help build it. However many businesses are not tracking their social media metrics, which is the key to finding out what posts work. Today we’ll review 5 social media metrics and how you can use them to your advantage.
Proper grammar usage is a crucial tool for any marketer, designer, or entrepreneurial— it helps convey your message and make your content easy to read.
In addition to readability, your audience will appreciate text that looks smart and professional. If you’re for looking tips on strong writing without constant check-ins from editors, read our guide below.
Look at a few social media giants and their branding and you may notice something in common: the color blue! Most heavy marketers use blue and a palette made of up complimentary shades for their branding. Blue is statistically the most popular color in the world (via Toronto Sun), and it’s no secret that marketers are taking advantage of this fact. Consider using a combination of blue and white for your branding.