My 2013 round up of handy social media tips

Posted on: December 9th, 2013

As we are fast approaching the end of the year, I thought I’d share a few ‘handy tips’ posts from 2013 on the subject of social media – in case you missed them.

10 tips to raise your profile on Pinterest

Nine tips to improve your LinkedIn profile

Handy tips and cheat sheets to help with your social media

An easy way to jazz up your Facebook page posts

Your five step guide to writing guest blog posts

Your four-step guide to achieving your social media strategy

Posted on: December 2nd, 2013

Sometimes December can be a quiet month for freelancers. Clients come to the end of their annual budgets and they focus their thoughts on Christmas festivities. So, if you have a less busy period ahead of you, this month is the ideal time to plan out 2014.

I have written several posts about goals and strategy – links to these are the end of this post. The focus of this week’s post is about planning your social media strategy for 2014.

Step 1

It’s very easy for social media to be a hugely time consuming, so you need to take a step back and work out your reason for being there. For example, is it:

  • to sell products?
  • to gain new followers so you can increase the number of people on your email mail list?
  • to position yourself as an expert in your sector?
  • to promote your blog?
  • to showcase your work?
  • to drive people to your website?
  • or is it for another reason entirely?

Handy tips and cheat sheets to help with your social media

Posted on: April 22nd, 2013

This week’s blog post contains tips, cheat sheets and infographics to help with your social media campaigns.

  • This link will enable you to access a series of social marketing cheat sheets for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest & Instagram, Blogging and Google+.

Never forget what size your social media images should be!

Posted on: March 18th, 2013