Social media is one of those tools you either love, hate or love to hate. When it comes to your business, it can be frustrating to say the least. Either you don’t have enough content to post frequently, you’re too busy with running your business day-to-day to remember to update your social media accounts or you just aren’t getting your online followers converted to clients.
It’s okay. You’re not alone. That’s why there are professionals who specialize in social media and increasing digital engagement, so you can stick to what you love—running your business. Colorado Media Network LLC reads, researches and stays ahead of the curve with the ever-evolving world of social media, so you don’t have to—because we love you.
Admit it: Even as an adult, you love books with pictures. Whether it’s a cookbook or reading your child a bedtime book, you still love looking at the pictures. That’s why we loved this article and infographic from SurePayRoll.com giving you handy pictures and tips on the best/worst times to post to various social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest and Tumblr.
Read the full article from SurePayRoll.com on Best/Worst Times to Post now.
A key element to the article that is missing? Knowing your audience. You can read all the social media articles in the world, but if you don’t know your clients and your online audience, you’ll miss the boat.
That’s why it pays to have a professional help manage the day-to-day of your social media accounts. Colorado Media Network’s social media service is reasonably priced so you don’t have to break-the-bank managing your accounts. We’ll discover and research your audience and online followers to decide what time, content and platforms are best for your business.
Flip our social media guru Erica Boniface an e-mail at Erica@ColoradoMediaNetwork.com or fill out the form below. Let’s get started growing your business in 2014—and that includes buckling down on social media.
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