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9 Great Content Marketing Tips (Blogging & Social Media Narketing Tips), From Buffet

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Especially after launching Buffer for Business recently, a lot of business approached us, asking which practical tips we had for them to improve their social media and content marketing.

So here are our best and most practical ways to see a big impact from your actions on social media:

1. Share Images on Twitter: Increase Retweets by 150%

Since Twitter announced inline images, we’ve been experimenting with this change by adding images to a lot of the tweets from our @buffer Twitter account and have noticed a big difference in the engagement we’re getting. To get a better idea of what a difference inline images has made, I took the last 100 Tweets including a link from our @buffer account (not including any Retweets) and compared the averages of the tweets with and without images included.

Using Buffer’s built-in analytics, I was able to look at the number of clicks, favorites and Retweets each of our Tweets received.

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The first data point we looked at was clicks:

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Our click-through rate did grow, but not by very much. My theory on this is that with an inline image, there’s more content for the user to consume without leaving Twitter (which is probably what Twitter wants), so they’re not much more likely to click-through. Of course, that’s just a theory so it’ll be interesting to see what the data says over a longer time period as we keep experimenting with this.

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Favorites increased quite a lot. Along with Retweets in the graph below, this shows a lot more engagement with the Tweets themselves. Clicks, on the other hand, show engagement with the original content.

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2. Share Content More Than Once

We often share our blog posts multiple times on social networks, for a few difference reasons. Some of the biggest benefits we get are more traffic, reaching people in different time zones and sharing our content with people who’ve followed us since we last posted it.

1. More Traffic

The first, and perhaps most obvious, reason to share your content more than once is to drive more traffic that the initial share.

Tom Tunguz did an experiment on his own blog to show how reposting the same content helped him to boost traffic.

To get an idea of how many people were seeing and sharing his posts, Tom looked at the number of Retweets he got when Tweeting a link to one of his blog posts. We can assume from this that actual visits to his posts increased with each Retweet, as well.

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With each subsequent Tweet of an existing blog post, Tom noticed that he got around 75% as many Retweets as the time before.

We’ve also noticed that Tweeting posts from the Buffer blog more than once gives us more traffic and more engagement (favorites, Retweets).

Here’s an example where we’ve done this:

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2. Hit multiple time zones

Guy Kawasaki is known for posting the same content multiple times, and one reason he advocates doing this is to reach your followers in different time zones. He’s found that this increases the traffic to his content, particularly when Tweeting the same link several times:

The reason for repeated tweets is to maximize traffic and therefore advertising sales. I’ve found that each tweet gets approximately the same amount of clickthroughs. Why get 600 page views when you can get 2,400?

Guy generally repeats Tweets of his blog posts (with minor variations) four times each, to hit different time zones:

We provide content repeatedly because people live in different time zones and have different social media habits.

3. Reach your new followers

Something we’ve noticed at Buffer is that a lot of our posts are still relevant months after we publish them. The other thing that changes after we publish a post is that more people follow us on social networks, so if we repost content from our blog that’s six months old, many of our followers will be seeing it for the first time, so they’ll get value out of it even though it’s old content.

You can use a tool like Twitter Counterto track your follower growth, so you know when it’s a good time to repost some of your older content.

3. A/B Test on Social Networks

Since we usually post the same content to Twitter multiple times, we take advantage of this opportunity to test out what headline works best for the blog post.

Here’s how we usually run that kind of experiment:

  1. Find 2 headlines for an article that you think will perform well.
  2. Tweet both of these headlines at roughly the same time, at least 1 hour apart. We’ve found that posting the two Tweets both in the morning or both in the afternoon works best.
  3. Compare the data for each Tweet to find the best headline for your blog post.

Here’s an example of the analytics from a headline experiment we did on this blog post:

First tweet:

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Second tweet:

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The second Tweet clearly performed better as we found out through our social analytics and Buffer’s algorithm also identified it as a top Tweet. In fact, you can clearly see that the second headline got double the number of clicks.

When we see a big difference in engagement on a different headline like that, we usually go back to the original post and change the title itself (the URL never changes, just the heading of the post).

4. Reframe Content to Suit Your Audience

Something we try to do each time we post a piece of content is to slightly reframe it so we’re not just repeating ourselves.

Here’s an example of how we might do that on Facebook.

First, we post the actual link:

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Then we go and post only one image to explain part of the post:

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This way we can sometimes get double or even triple the amount of engagement by highlighting different elements of the content each time we post it. We often do this on Twitter as well.

First we publish it as a link:

Then, taking advantage of Twitter’s new expanded images feature, we publish it as an image and reframing it:

You can simply right click any image on the web with Buffer’s browser extensions for Firefox and Chrome to share a new image post on Twitter or Facebook, that according to the latest social media statistics, will garner significant more clicks, Retweets and favorites.

We also try slightly different wording each time we post the same thing, like this:

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5. Re-Buffer Posts and Buffer Native Retweets

A fairly recent feature we added to Buffer is the ability to drag-and-drop updates. You can now easily copy updates from your Twitter account to your Facebook account. For example:

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And you can also copy past updates back into your Buffer queue, which is really useful for getting more out of popular posts:

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Another neat feature of Buffer is that you can schedule native Retweets from Twitter.com. This is super easy and works with the click of a button. To get started, you just need to install the Buffer browser extension.

Now, whenever you see a Tweet that’s worth sharing, you can hit the Buffer button:

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This will let you easily schedule a native Retweet from any of your Twitter accounts:

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Plus, you can easily change the Retweet to the old school “RT @username: Text of the tweet” format. If you hover over the composer, you’ll see an option to “change to quote”:

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That’s all it takes! Now you’ll see that Retweet in your Buffer queue, waiting to be published. Of course you can still edit the update to delete, change it to a quote or move it around in your queue:

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6. Keep on Top of Your Brand and Find Great Content with Mention & Buffer

Mention is a great tool to help you keep on top of your brand all over the web. It lets you monitor mentions of your brand specifically, as well as industry keywords, competitors and more. When you sign up for an account, the first thing you’ll want to do is create a new alert. This is as simple as naming your alert and adding any keywords you want to monitor:

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To get the most out of the recent integration of Mention + Buffer, you can now add your Buffer account to your Mention alerts so you can publish results to social networks. You can do this when you create a new alert, as well as adding your Facebook or Twitter accounts:

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If you add your Buffer account, you’ll be able to publish to all of your connected social profiles and pages, just like you can from the Buffer dashboard or browser extensions.

Inside your alert results, you can filter by source including images, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, videos and more. If you choose blogs, you can find some great content to fill up your Buffer account:

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Once you’ve found a post that you want to share, just click on the “React” menu and choose “Add to Buffer”:

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7. Use Followerwonk to Tweet at Optimal Times

Followerwonk is a tool that we love using at Buffer to work out when is the best time for us to tweet.

To get started, head over to Followerwonk and click on “Analyze followers”

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Next, pop your Twitter username into the box and select “analyze their followers” from the drop-down:

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When your report is done, you’ll see a graph that shows when your followers are most active:

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If you use Buffer, you can take advantage of this by creating a Buffer schedule based on your Followerwonk report. Just choose how many times you want to post each day, and hit the “Schedule at Buffer” button.

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8. Transparency

Something we’ve found that’s really helped us to bond with our readers and build up a community around Buffer is to be really open about how we run the company. We share details about Buffer on our Open blog, as well as in interviews and on other sites.

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We share details about our support team and how we handle customer support each month:

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And about our revenue:

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And we’ve even published a deep-dive before on how we manage our content strategy for the Buffer blog:

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9. Set Up Google Authorship

Google Authorship is not just the photo and byline that appears on search results pages, thought that’s a large part of it.

Below is a search results page for the term “Google authorship” showing many entries that have taken advantage of authorship:

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In addition to the byline, there is a strategic layer to Google authorship. The tie-in with Google+ profiles creates verified connections between content on the web and the creators of the content. This gives Google the ability to identify quality, human-created content.

There are several benefits of setting up Google authorship for your content:

1. Your authorship byline will get you noticed.

Look at the below heatmap generated by eye-tracking studies. As you might expect, the top results on the page get a lot of looks, but so too do the results with rich snippets (and not so much for the results in between).

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2. Entries with rich snippets have higher click-through rates.

A study performed by search marketing firm Catalyst found that clicks improved 150% with Google authorship.

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3. Authorship is an advantage to the little guy.

Authorship offers a competitive advantage. A recent study found that only 3.5% of Fortune 500 companies are actively using authorship. Until they do, they are giving a big opportunity to the rest of us.

Authorship may be the future of search.

Don’t take it from me. Take it from Google’s Eric Schmidt. He sees a future where identity plays a big part in search results.

Within search results, information tied to verified online profiles will be ranked higher than content without such verification, which will result in most users naturally clicking on the top (verified) results.

To get started with Google authorship, you can check out this step-by-step guide on the Buffer blog.

That’s it! I hope some of these might be useful for you here. We’ve recently introduced the brand new Buffer for Business too, so in case you’re looking for a powerful social media management tool, take a look, we’d love your feedback on it.

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Your 2019 Social Media To-Do List, Inspired by Buffer’s Annual Report

Each new year starts with resolutions and goals, and we’re sure that includes how you’ll operate and plan your social media strategy. After reading Buffer and Social Chain’s State of Social 2019 report, an overview of practice and philosophy sourced from over 1800 social media marketers across a number of industries, we’re convinced a few ideas, platforms and practices should rise to the top of your to-do list.

Influencer Marketing: Keep It Up, But Clarify the Rules

Influencer marketing is a popular and powerful practice that only stands to gain more steam in 2019, especially as platforms like YouTube and Instagram roll out tools to help these creators work more easily and efficiently. 37% of the State of Social respondents have reported investing in influencer relationships; of those respondents, more than 2/3 (68%) rated it either “very effective” or “somewhat effective.” Overall, 88% who have used influencers in their marketing efforts previously plan to do so again.

But creating influencer relationships, and ensuring they abide by the guidelines set – either the contract set between the organization and the influencer, or those set by the FTC to clearly denote “ad” content – is harder to come by. Buffer reports that the “vast majority of marketers are confused by the guidelines surrounding influencer marketing.” To make your efforts not only impactful and lasting but also legal, take the time to learn what is required to declare these influencer relationships – and then convey those guidelines clearly and consistently to all involved. If you’ll be joining us at Social Media Week New York, Frankfurt Kurnit will be hosting a panel on FTC guidelines for influencer marketing; we hope you’ll join them for a clearer look at the topic!

Don’t Sleep on LinkedIn for Video Content

If you’re part of the 14.5% of businesses, according to the Buffer survey, who isn’t creating and posting video as part of your marketing strategy…this is the year to start. 36% of your competitors are posting video monthly, and 24% are publishing weekly. Platforms are increasingly prioritizing video content in their algorithms, so including it in your strategy will help you show up in more feeds with more consistency.

Predictably, the top three channels marketers are posting their videos are Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram (although, not on IGTV; only 12% had done it in 2018 and 72% have no plans to in 2019). Right now, LinkedIn sits at fifth on this list…but that could, and should, change. Video content on LinkedIn reportedly gets shared twenty times more often than other forms of content (articles, links, text, etc.). Instagram is getting a lot of attention for the role it can play in reaching potential consumers, but that share rate on LinkedIn shouldn’t be ignored.

Tell Us a Story

The global theme for Social Media Week in 2019 is “STORIES,” and it would appear to be the dominant theme for social media as a whole in the new year. Over one billion accounts globally are using Stories features on Facebook-owned properties (Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp), to say nothing of the audience on Snapchat where Stories originated. And while brands are using them and enjoying their results – 57% of brands find using the feature very effective or somewhat effective as part of their social strategy – but 62% have yet to invest in ads in the space.

Stories have been touted as the future of social media, and can sometimes rival the main feed of a given platform (see: Instagram). 61% of marketers are planning to honor that shift in interest, and invest marketing dollars in paid ads there. If, as we’ve noted, “with great influence comes great responsibility,” then you’d be doing the responsible thing for your brand by creating a home on Stories. What new narratives could you bring to light in that space?

Make and Monitor, but Also Measure!

Social media is a near-ubiquitous part of marketing strategy for so many businesses, and 58% of marketers would say without question it’s “very important” or “somewhat important” to their work. Frankly, we’d agree!

But the number of marketers who admitted not knowing how to tell if it’s working, or even worth it, is significant. 19% reported to Buffer they “are still unsure how to measure its effectiveness.” Whether you choose to measure your success in terms of sales, brand awareness, or other metrics of your own design or decision, the ability to justify this use of your time, energy, and resources is essential. Social Media Week explored some common metrics in 2017, and a 2018 Social Media Week London panel discussed how social can interact effectively with other areas of marketing to guide your business’s growth. Committing to make content and monitor it, but also measure its success, will impact not just your team, but also your company as a whole.

The full report is available from Buffer for your review; we recommend giving its results a closer look as you continue to refine your strategy for this new year.

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4 Social Media Lessons from Top Experts – and the Tools to Apply Them

If you perform a quick Google search using the keyword “social media marketing tips,” you’ll find that Google has about 66.4 million indexed pages associated with this phrase.

This huge figure is a dead giveaway of how noisy the topic is.

While there might be a slew of valuable guides on the internet on how you can use social media to market your business, you’ll find that going through every available online guide might not be that good of an idea.

Not only can the process be overwhelming, but your chances of coming across harmful marketing tips is also very real. Instead of relying on a Google search alone, why not learn from seasoned business owners and marketers who have experienced unparalleled success? I’m talking about the thought leaders who walk their talk.

After all, given how much of the interwebs is littered with crappy content, you need to be cautious when choosing from whom you’re taking advice.

Learn from the wrong people, and you might end up losing whatever chance you have of getting positive results out of your social media marketing campaigns. If you learn from the right people, however, then you’ll be primed to skyrocket your sales within months.

Allow me to share with you four social media marketing lessons from bona fide experts – tips that you can use to grow your business today.

Let’s hop right in.

1. Audience Engagement Is Your Primary Objective

Neil Patel is a well-known marketing expert who specializes in SEO, digital channels and growth hacking. He is the co-founder of CrazyEgg, KISSmetrics, QuickSprout and Hello Bar — all of which are used by countless brands for online marketing.

Patel talks a lot about the importance of audience engagement, especially on social media, which he views as a platform that marketers should use primarily for content distribution purposes, to drive traffic back to your own site.

Here’s how he defines the entire discipline of social media marketing, in a nutshell:

Social media marketing is the process of creating content that is tailored to the context of each individual social media platform, in order to drive user engagement and sharing.

Engagement is where it’s at, because that’s what’ll trigger the networks’ algorithms to give your posts more exposure. When people engage with your content, it means you’re accruing brand equity in their minds, either consciously or subconsciously, bringing them closer to that tipping point where they’re ready to do business with you. And if you can provide your audience with content they’ll love, then they’ll gladly help spread it for you, which is why many experts view social shares as the ultimate form of engagement.

What’s more, engaging your existing audience is more valuable than pursuing new audience members ROI-wise. After all, it costs five times more to win new customers than to maintain existing ones. And what’s the point of drawing more attention to your brand’s social presence, if you’re failing to convert on that initial attention?

A great way to discover content ideas that are primed pique your audience’s interest is to perform content research with BuzzSumo. Just type in a few keywords that describe your niche and click “Go” to begin your search.

Curating and sharing these posts with your audience should help you generate engagement – and can provide inspiration for creating new content of your own on topics that are proven to move the needle. In addition, you can also use this type of research to build strategic relationships with authors.

2. Always Be Improving

Mark Schaefer is a renowned social media marketing consultant and strategy specialist. He attributes his success in the field to his willingness to adapt and pivot as needed:

Unless you sell antiques for a living, you cannot dwell on the past. Reach forward and never count on riding your past accomplishments to drive your future. I am in a constant state of re-invention. Constant. Push, push, push.

Today, the state of the social media marketing landscape is ever-changing. Automation tools, audience device preferences, algorithm updates, emerging formats, the engagement strategies that work – there always seems to be something “new” popping up, left and right.

If you want to gain an unfair advantage over your competitors, then you need to be able to respond to industry trends.

One of the best ways you can adapt and stay updated is to set up Google Alerts on topics that are relevant to your brand.

When you’re done setting up your alerts, you’ll receive updates on the latest mentions and happenings in your industry. You can set up alerts for your brand name, competitor brand names, industry keywords, industry thought leader names and more. If you want to be able to turn on a dime, you need to know when, and in what way, it’s called for.

3. Let Your Value Proposition Guide You

If there’s one thing that can help your content slice through the noise, it’s your brand’s distinct personality, which comes along with the promise of a specific type of value that no other brand offers.

Social media expert and advisor Tai Lopez believes that any voice or style can garner an audience, as long as it has a high VRIN score.

This is what the acronym stands for:

  • Value — The “value” rating refers to the amount of value that your business model/concept provides to your customers or audience.
  • Rarity — This rating refers to how exclusive your business model and concept are.
  • Inimitable — From a bird’s-eye view, this rating covers how difficult it would be for someone to replicate your product, in the sense that your competitors can’t offer the same thing.
  • Non-substitutable — Even if no one can do what you do, can a competitor offer something else that would serve your customers just as well?

Here’s what Tai Lopez has to say about applying VRIN principles to your content and social media activity:

Have a compelling overarching brand story, average out the VRIN score of each of your social media posts and be authentic – don’t change your whole life for a social media post. You don’t need to completely change your story, just switch it up and assess whether or not each post has value. One thing I’ve learned is that people are focused on themselves – nobody cares about you eating a sandwich. Your posts have to consist of content that is interesting, otherwise the people that follow you will just skip it. Make sure your content is unique, has a high VRIN score and stays true to your authentic self.

Nobody wants to consume content that’s “me too” or flavorless. However, this doesn’t mean your brand should be static and isolated from the rest of your industry. You just need to figure out how to infuse your own views and ideas into the current trends.

A long-standing tactic that can help in this context is content repurposing. This involves looking for popular content and repackaging it into a fresh, new format, giving any brand the opportunity to instill their personality into the new post. Another form of repurposing involves repackaging your own content into new formats. You can even track which types of content are giving you the most value, and which ones are giving you the least. When you have this information, you’ll be able to optimize your social media marketing to help you get better results.

One of the best ways to repurpose your content is to turn it into an infographic. For this, you can use Canva. The platform is a drag-and-drop image editing application that helps you create stunning image-based content without you having to hire a professional graphic designer.

In addition to infographics, Canva can also help you develop graphics with text overlays for Instagram posts, featured images for blog articles, and newsletter banners with the help of templates. These can also be used to spice up any of your old content.

4. Avoid Overcommitting

A lot of brands aim to have a diverse social media presence by incorporating as many networks as possible.

While it isn’t necessarily a bad approach, Brian Peters, a digital marketing and social media director at Buffer, thinks it can negatively impact content quality:

If I had to pick one piece of advice for entrepreneurs just starting out on social media, it would be to choose 1 or 2 channels and get really good at them. Try not to stretch yourself thin on too many platforms at once. It’s unsustainable and may lower the quality of content you put out.

Peters believes that the platforms you choose should resonate with your target audience – not with what everyone else is doing. For example, if your product is aimed towards professionals and other businesses, then LinkedIn could be the ideal network for your content.

Buffer, the company that keeps Peters on its payroll, is a content scheduling platform for social media that offers a robust free plan. Buffer helps businesses with their content management on various social media networks, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Buffer makes a perfect complement to BuzzSumo, since you can easily queue your curated content and customize each post’s message.

By configuring a posting schedule that matches your target audience’s usage patterns, you can maximize the exposure and traffic you get out of your social media content.

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You Can Now Schedule Instagram Posts Ahead of Time

Answering its users’ prayers, Instagram now supports social media marketing platform Buffer. This has been a highly anticipated feature for Buffer users, and it especially makes life easier for those managing brand accounts. Unfortunately Instagram still doesn’t allow foreign apps to post any pictures on behalf of a user, but the new Instagram Buffer feature…

http://fortune.com/2016/07/12/schedule-instagram-post/

Increase your #Twitter #LinkedIn & #Facebook audience reach with automated Social Media Management Software tools!

If you have something to promote to your audience of Twitter Followers, Facebook Friends or Business Page Likers or LinkedIn Contacts, such as an event, a new product launch or an offer use an automated social media management software tools like Hootsuite or Buffer to help you reach more of your audience.

You can schedule posts to go out before you get up, at times when your too busy to post, days you are off and times when your a sleep to help you reach more if your audience then you could be manual tweeting and posting alone.

Set up a campaign similar to a TV or radio campaign and get your message across over a sustained period of time depending on what it is that you are promoting.

The “Increase your #Twitter #LinkedIn & #Facebook audience reach with automated social media management software tools” page was posted “By Mike Armstrong”

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Social Media Tip about increasing your audience reach!

If you have something to promote to your audience of Twitter Followers, Facebook Friends or Business Page Likers or LinkedIn Contacts, such as an event, a new product launch or an offer use an automated software took like Hootsuite or Buffer to help you reach more of your audience.

You can schedule posts to go out before you get up, at times when your too busy to post, days you are off and times when your a sleep to help you reach more if your audience then you could be manual tweeting and posting alone.

Set up a campaign similar to a TV or radio campaign and get your message across over a sustained period of time depending on what it is that you are promoting.

The Social Media Tip about increasing your audience reach page was posted “By Mike Armstrong”

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Twitter Training Wales including Buffer & Hootsuite Training

For Twitter Training Wales or other Social Media Training Wales please see all of the Half day or Full day Training Courses available on MA Consultancy’s Eventbrite page including Twitter Training in Wales, via the link.

You can book the Twitter or other Social Media training courses online or you can book by phone or email where we can send an invoice for payment via bank transfer;

07517 024979 | maconsultancy1@gmail.com

As well as these off the shelf Social Media training courses we can also provide tailored Social Media Training Courses to your exact requirements and specifications should this be required.

The Twitter Training Wales including Buffer & Hootsuite Training page was posted “By Mike Armstrong”

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Hootsuite & Buffer Training Wales – Social Media Training

MA Consultancy offers Social Media Training South Wales Services to Welsh Businesses in Wales including all of the following Twitterp Services plus Hootsuite & Buffer Training:

  • Twitter Account Set Up Training, Buffer Account Set Up Training, Hootsuite Set Up Training
  • Twitter Networking Training
  • Targeted Marketing on Twitter
  • How to Get more Followers
  • Twitter Strategy
  • Using Twitter on the I-Phone
  • Using Twitter online
  • Using Hootsuite | Hootsuite Training
  • Using Tweet Deck for managing multiple account
  • Retweet Training
  • How and why to Buffer | Buffer Training

What to do if you required Twitter Training Wales

If you are a Welsh Business in Wales and you are looking for any of the above Twitter Training South Wales services please email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com or call: 07517 024979

Hootsuite & Buffer Training Wales page posted “By Mike Armstrong”

Hootsuite & Buffer Training

MA Consultancy offers Twitter Training South Wales Services to Welsh Businesses in Wales including all of the following Twitter Services plus Hootsuite & Buffer Training:

  • Twitter Account Set Up Training
  • Twitter Networking Training
  • Targeted Marketing on Twitter
  • How to Get more Followers
  • Twitter Strategy
  • Using Twitter on the I-Phone
  • Using Twitter online
  • Using Hootsuite | Hootsuite Training
  • Using Tweet Deck for managing multiple account
  • Retweet Training
  • How and why to Buffer | Buffer Training

What to do if you required Twitter Training Wales

If you are a Welsh Business in Wales and you are looking for any of the above Twitter Training South Wales services please email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com or call: 07517 024979

Hootsuite & Buffer Training page posted “By Mike Armstrong”

Buffer Tips

Please find a list of 10 Top Buffer Tips:

https://blog.bufferapp.com/little-known-buffer-features

If you use social media and haven’t yet given buffer a try, there’s no time like the presence!!!!

Buffer Tips Page was posted “By Mike Armstrong”

10 Top Buffer Tips – Web Marketing Tips

Please find a list of 10 Top Buffer Tips:

https://blog.bufferapp.com/little-known-buffer-features

If you use social media and haven’t yet given buffer a try, there’s no time like the presence!!!!

Top 10 Social Media Marketing Tips for using Buffer Page was posted “By Mike Armstrong”

10 Top Social Media Marketing Tips for using Social Media Software Tool Buffer!

Please find a list of 10 Top Buffer Tips:

https://blog.bufferapp.com/little-known-buffer-features

If you use social media and haven’t yet given buffer a try, there’s no time like the presence!!!!

Top 10 Social Media Marketing Tips for using Buffer Page was posted “By Mike Armstrong”

10 Top Buffer Tips – Social Media Advice!

Please find a list of 10 Top Buffer Tips:

https://blog.bufferapp.com/little-known-buffer-features

If you use social media and haven’t yet given buffer a try, there’s no time like the presence!!!!

Buffer Tips Page posted “By Mike Armstrong”