In 2019 we made a series of videos for St Michaels, who provide supported accommodation and day activities for Tasmanians with disabilities. The videos were produced for their website, which we also worked on and aimed to give potential clients a glimpse into what St Michaels has to offer.
One of our most popular posts was one I wrote about 7 Steps to Separate you from the Good-Gone-Bad and the Just Downright Ugly. In the news then was Volkswagen, which admitted that 11 million of its cars failed to meet certain emissions standards but passed testing due to specially programmed “defeat devices”. The Prostate Cancer Institute was grappling with the news that Professor John Kearsley recent pleaded guilty to indecently assaulting a female colleague after he spiked her drink with bennies.
Social media for marketing is not dead yet. Just this year, global media company Forbes called social media a “marketing marvel.” In this article, we’re going to look at why. Read on to find out how a good social media strategy benefits your brand.
If you’re spending hours of every day on social media scheduling, you won’t see the return on investment that social media promises. Last year we looked at how to get huge results using social media. Now it’s time to get a handle on time-saving techniques to optimise your strategy. Don’t let social media scheduling swallow up your precious hours. Save time and money with the following tips.
Gone are the days when video was considered a nice-to-have asset in a marketer’s toolkit. Today, small and medium businesses must connect with their target audience by using video. Social media channels like Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook offer customised video features to help you create great content.