If you’re in the social media biz, or even if you’re not, you’ve probably read a couple of blog posts about optimizing your social media feeds. It’s a pretty popular topic right now, especially since most people on Facebook or Twitter want to gain followers, increase engagement and get themselves or their brand noticed.
Today we are featuring a post by Shikha Menwal from ProofHub.com all about Content Marketing. She’s sharing some of her best tips & tricks to help you end off 2015 with a bang and get your blog off the ground! If you like Shikha’s post, don’t forget to share it on social media and tag @ProofHub!
Content is King! How many times have you read it? I’m sure times enough to make you tired of hearing it again and again. But it’s true to last of its syllable. While online marketing and SEO guidelines are changing each day, quality content continues to remain an important factor and is not likely to lose its importance any time soon.
Social media is probably one of the greatest networking inventions of our time. You can share your opinions, thoughts, ideas & photos with just about anyone in the blink of an eye. You can use it to connect with friends and family, create new relationships or even start a business – social media is great for everyone and just about everything!
Except when it isn’t.
We all go through them. The days where you’re not even sure you can get out of bed, let alone drag your butt to the office and actually accomplish something. You’ve probably seen posts telling you how to get out of this funk (heck, we’ve even made a couple here and here) but do you know what causes you to procrastinate in the first place? Well, thanks to ProEssayWriter & HubSpot, we’ve found the top 7 reasons you’re shoving that task to the bottom of your “to-do” mountain.
Just this past Monday, in one 24 hour period, 1 billion people used Facebook. Let’s let that sink in for a moment. To better comprehend this massive quantity of people scrolling through their News Feeds, consider there are only 7.26 billion people on earth, 218.9 million people in the united states and only 35.16 million in Canada.
No matter what kind of business you’re in, you’re bound to work with a designer or two at some point in time. Whether it be for creating a company logo, designing a website or simply making flyers, it can sometimes feel like you’ve been dropped into a foreign country and left to fend for yourself.
It’s probably a bit of an understatement to say Google has undergone some pretty major changes in the past 24 hours. Not only has Sundar Pichai been appointed the new CEO, but they’ve also somehow created something even bigger than Google itself. Now if you’ve only seen bits and pieces of this floating around your social media feeds, you may be a bit confused about what just happened. Well let us introduce you to Google’s Alphabet — or is it Alphabet’s Google?
The day we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived! Hootsuite and Instagram are together at last, and hey all you Social Media Managers, this is going to make your life a heck of a lot easier. If you aren’t already familiar with Hootsuite, it’s a social media app that allows you to import multiple accounts from multiple platforms and profiles. This means you can control your personal accounts, business accounts and even your cats accounts all from the same place. It began as a simple Twitter dashboard but quickly expanded to include Facebook and LinkedIn, and now due to popular demand, Instagram.
There’s a new kid on the block when it comes to digital payment options, and the big shots like PayPal and Square better watch their backs! Stripe is a “payment infrastructure built for the internet” and was started in 2011 by brothers John and Patrick Collison, when they realized there was a gap in the market of digital payments. Since then, Stripe has been one of the most mentioned payment on the web with top investors like Peter Thiel and Elon Musk on board and their valuation is going through the roof.
Everyone is fighting the same uphill battle when it comes to productivity. Even those super-productive people that seem to get everything done everyday have to put up a fight. The difference is, these people have a few tricks up their sleeves that help them be more productive, and you can have them too. Even if you’re easily distracted, a habitual “non-finisher” of projects or just feel too run down during the day, these strategies will help get your productivity up there with the best of them, and they’re easier to implement than you think! So, without further adieu, here are the 9 things you can do to become “Super-Productive” at work.