You may have noticed things are looking a bit different around Stencil. It’s all for good reason, we’ve just released our biggest update in a while that’s really going to make creating images easier! Here goes…
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Humans are smart. First, we replaced horses with cars. Now, we’ve become so advanced as a species that we’ve eliminated the need for human interactions.
Or have we?
Out of all the social media platforms, Twitter, is the most underrated for establishing relationships and network marketing for businesses. For some reason Twitter is mentioned to some business owners, the eyes start to glaze over. Some business owners don’t see the potential that Twitter has to offer, especially with Twitter chats. That’s ok! We’re happy to review the basic steps on how to get into Twitter chats for business and a few tools you’ll need. You’ll soon find out that Twitter chats can help a business establish relationships and open new opportunities for collaborations.
Time on page is an important ranking metric and has been for a long time. There are other ways to think about time on page, time on site, or even “dwell time”.
The overall idea is that a user who is referred by a search engine begins reading your page and decides how long they will spend on that page before moving to another page or clicking the back button in their browser. As soon as one of those events occurs, the clock is stopped and the dwell time can be calculated.
Whether you have a local or online business, social media is a popular and effective method of marketing. Sometimes with all the hustle and bustle of trying to run a business, we lose sight of the potential that social media has. Many small business owners and entrepreneurs that have limited budgets have a difficult time running social media campaigns on their own. Also creating social media posts can be confusing and time-consuming, business owners really don’t have time to mess around with inconsistent social media posts. You need a plan and you can use simple social media posts to create consistent marketing efforts. Today, we’ll show you a variety of inspiring social media posts that every business can use.
Launching a product can be… stressful. Making sure the sales funnel is just right, email marketing has automation on track, and not worrying that all that hard work spent into that new product will be an absolute failure. We get it! Every business owner has faced these fears. The one thing you can do that can ease the stress of the product launch is to visualize each step of the way to create buzz, inspire people, and promote your spectacular product. Today we’re showing you how to use visuals to promote a product launch. At least, there will be one less thing to fuss over!
Images don’t just beautify your post and break up text, they increase shares and thereby blog traffic too. After analyzing over a 100 million articles, Buzzsumo found that adding at least one image to your blog posts can increase shares on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. When you add images to your blog posts, they will also result in more Pinterest pins as people can only pin blog posts that have at least one image on them.
Don’t click delete.
Most email marketing campaigns are screaming this. Marketers spend a lot of time carefully formulating catchy headlines, working enticing offers into their copy, and A/B testing different phrases for their CTAs. The overall look and design though is often an afterthought.
Have you ever seen a design and wonder – how did they do that? Creating graphic designs can be a wonderful feat however it can be a bit stressful. Sometimes making decisions on colors, fonts, filters, etc. can be overwhelming for a non-designer. When there’s confusion on how an image should look, it can be a huge time-waster! Today we want to bring you simple graphic design tips for the non-designer that will save hours of frustration and time. Let’s get to the tips!
Just as a brick and mortar business has its window display and signage, an online presence has to have its own window display. This is where social media covers can play an integral part of a social media presence. The window display has one overall goal – to invite people to learn more about the business. It has to be inviting and intriguing enough for people to want to check out what you have to offer. Today we’re going through social media cover ideas to revive your online presence. We’ll also cover easy tips on how to create the social media cover you’re looking for in Stencil.