Shelby Hartin

Shelby Hartin

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If you have a Facebook business page and you haven’t been using Facebook Insights data to improve your overall reach and engagement, you’re missing out on one of the best features your account has to offer. Facebook Insights data offers a wealth of information, all of which can help you improve your presence on the popular social media channel.

Here are seven things you can learn from this data, and examples of each: 

If you’ve recently decided to start your own small business, are in the beginning stages of developing your business, or you’re even a well-established business in need of a boost, a small business marketing plan can help you make a number of important business decisions.

Here are seven essential components of a small business marketing plan, and all of the questions you should ask yourself as you form the basis for your strategy:

At Pulse, we always suggest that our clients post regularly to their social media profiles. But what does “regularly” mean? On Facebook, you should post three times per week, at minimum. It’s preferable is you post twice per day, seven days per week. Keeping up with a schedule like and brainstorming new post ideas can be difficult.

That’s why we’ve put together this list of seven post ideas for Facebook. 

Social media is a great tool to use if you hope to connect with prospective customers. You can share product information, testimonials, photos, and more. Past, present, and future customers can engage with your social media profiles by liking your post on Facebook, retweeting your tweet on Twitter, commenting on your Instagram photo, or watching your videos on Snapchat. This positive engagement is great for business, but what happens when someone has a negative experience and decides to use your social media profiles to let others know about it? 

Social media is a champion in the marketing world. From Facebook and YouTube to Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, there are several great platforms that will help spread your company’s message positively. But creating a voice for your brand is difficult. You’ll want your brand voice to convey a certain feeling – and that feeling depends entirely on the product or service you provide. 

If you’re a business owner in Greater Bangor, you’ve probably experienced the friendly reception from locals when you open your doors for the start of the business day. Bangor is a great place to live, for children to grow up, and for starting a business. Because we’re such a tight-knit community, it’s important for small business owners to get involved with local networking events and organizations. Thankfully, there are quite a few to choose from.

Is your product or service primarily meant for children 13 years of age or younger? If so, you may have hit an ethical wall that has made you question whether it’s appropriate to market to young, impressionable minds. According to a study done by the University of Wollongong, “there are questions about the ability of children so young to understand advertising and its intent and not be deceived and manipulated by it. Experts say that children don't understand persuasive intent until they are eight or nine years old and that it is unethical to advertise to them before then.”

Social media is powerful. According to the PEW Research Center, seven-in-ten Americans use social media. Social media use blossomed from only five percent in 2005, to about 50 percent in 2005, and finally 69 percent today. It’s not just popular with individuals – businesses have taken to social media in every imaginable way possible, using various platforms, from Facebook and Twitter to Snapchat and Pinterest, to market their product or service. The best thing about using social media that there are plenty of inexpensive marketing options for businesses on a tight budget.

Here are five to get you started: 

Do you want more visitors to see your website?

At Pulse Marketing, we’re always thinking of new ways to drive traffic to our home page, but our tried and true method is simple and effective: blogging. 

Have you ever been scrolling through products on Amazon only to leave the page without purchasing the item you were interested in? According to CMO. by Adobe, “online shopping retail sales are predicted to grow steadily to $370 billion in 2017, up from $231 billion in 2012.” There’s a good chance you’ve bought something online before, but if you’re the kind of person who likes to browse and abandon your search without purchasing anything, you may have come in contact with retargeting advertisements. 

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