These 5 Hudson Valley businesses found new ways to connect with their audience while separated due to Coronavirus quarantine restrictions.
This June, post with PRIDE and fill your social media content calendar with rainbows and summer sun. Generate more engagement and keep your social media followers connected with your brand by using these June social media holidays to plan out your monthly content calendar.
This April, have fun with your social media and bring some much-needed normalcy to your following. Generate more engagement on your social media by using these April social media holidays to plan out your monthly content calendar. Get
In Upstate New York, when March rolls around, we get excited! March brings us the first days of Spring, St. Patrick’s Day, International Women’s Day, March Madness, and so much more. Generate more engagement on your social media by using these March social media holidays to plan out your monthly content calendar.
Are you tired of scrolling down your feed and seeing meme, meme, engagement photo, meme? Switch it up with these 5 Hudson Valley businesses that keep us entertained, and hungry, on Instagram. Before I jump into the list, I’ll warn you that there is a HEAVY Poughkeepsie bias, but I’m a Po-Town local so I’m not apologizing.
February is an exciting time of year! The big football game, Valentine’s Day, and of course, a cherished extra day off of work, President’s Day. Generate more engagement by using these February Social Media Holidays to plan your monthly content calendar. Don’t forget to use the dedicated hashtags (#) for each day to see the greatest reach.
Get ahead of the crowd and begin planning your social media posts with our curated list of September social media holidays for restaurants & bars, professional services, lifestyle & beauty companies, non-profits, and more.
Need a social media content boost? Use these upcoming events and social media holidays to inspire your content for August 2019.
Just 3 weeks ago I wrote a blog post about Using Micro-Influencers for Small Business and explained how to find and work with the right micro-influencer for your brand. I thought I was giving our readers an innovative, ahead of the curve, way to market their business. Fast forward to now, Daily Carnage, a daily marketing industry email, sends me an email saying to forget micro-influencers. It’s all about nano-influencers.
Looking to gain more brand exposure, but don’t have $1,000,000 to throw at Kylie Jenner for a single Instagram post? Don’t worry, you can still run an influencer campaign, just on a smaller scale. If you’re a small business, utilizing micro-influencers will most likely be more in sync with your goals and budget.