Jason Yormark — February 18, 2020 How’s that for click bait? The difference is, this is a true statement based on years of trial and error as a consultant and agency owner. I’ve spent the better part of the last 10 years trying to figure out how to deliver measurable and meaningful results for business … Continue reading Why $1000/Month is the Absolute Lowest Amount You Should Spend on Outsourcing Your Social Media
Rachel Romoff — March 15, 2017 — March 15, 2017 One of the biggest hurdles to scaling social customer service in the contact center is entrusting agents with handling very public customer interactions via social media. The last thing contact center managers want is that dreaded call from the PR or Marketing department saying that … Continue reading Prepping Agents for the Social Media Spotlight
Lisa Kupfer — February 8, 2017 Follow @dearlisa— February 8, 2017 As your business grows, so does the question of how to acquire new sales and leads. The search for new customers and potential business partners begins and that is usually the point where small businesses turn to social media based on promising stats like … Continue reading Social Media: The In-House Versus Agency Decision
Sahail Ashraf — November 15, 2016 Follow @Talcontent— November 15, 2016 Social media agencies have it tough, because one of the very first things they have to do when they have won a new client is develop a content strategy for them. Initially, it can seem pretty easy. What is the client doing, and is … Continue reading Social Media Agency? Got A New Client? Here’s What To Do Next
August 5, 2016 Should You Do Your Own Social Media? Absolutely Not! Here’s something I hear all the darn time: “social media is easy! My [insert 12-year-old relative here] could do it for me! Yes, they could do it for you. Just as you could do it yourself! But do I fix my own plumbing? … Continue reading Should You Do Your Own Social Media? Absolutely Not!