Social Media 101 Blog

Don't measure success in "Likes" and "Favorites"

Social Media 101 Blog


Are those one-click user features as valuable as they appear?

Do you know who's following you?

Social Media 101 Blog


Are most of your followers male or female? What age bracket do they fall under? Where do most of your followers live? If you can't answer these questions, it's time to revisit your content strategy.

Are you spending too much money on web design?

Social Media 101 Blog


Free themes and tools from WordPress make webdesign more accessible for people who don't know anything about how to make a website.

You already have a Google Plus account

Social Media 101 Blog


Find out whether or not this slow-growing platform has gotten big enough for you yet.

Give your accounts a personal touch

Social Media 101 Blog


Find out how to make your social media pages web address shorter and more memorable.

Debunking the myth of the social media expert

Social Media 101 Blog


There's always something new to discover about social media, and no one person can claim to know all the secrets.

Timing is everything

Social Media 101 Blog


Do your followers even see the content you share? They might not if you aren't posting at the right time.

Make a human connection with your followers

Social Media 101 Blog


If you aren't engaging your most active users, you're missing out on an amazing opportunity to improve your social media platform.

How to revive your church's Twitter

Social Media 101 Blog


Are you making one of these 5 simple mistakes on your Twitter account? If so, it's not too late to hit the restart button.

Getting started on Pinterest, Tumblr and Foursquare

Social Media 101 Blog


A Hootsuite guide teaches us how to leverage nine popular social networks to better connect with our audiences. Part 3 of this series covers Pinterest, Tumblr and Foursquare.

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