When it comes to social marketing, two platforms just stand above the rest.
They’re known the world over. Most of your friends use them. Frankly, you probably do too.
Just like TV advertisers fight over primetime slots and billboard marketers gun for space on the country’s busiest freeways, you invest your money in the top social networks out there – Facebook and Twitter.
And I don’t blame you.
You’re probably driven. When you read blogs like these – when staying on top of the industry matters to you – it’s clear you take your business seriously. And odds are, your dedication is paying off. You’re heading in the right direction.
And that means you’re probably thinking about more advanced tactics. Which is understandable. They’re important to know. But it pays to review the fundamentals, too. You need to have them down – to know them in and out – to make everything else work.
So to make sure you’re really on the right track – that you’re staying within the lines – I’m going to share an
1. What is a Hashtag?
4. How Many Hashtags Should I Use on Facebook?