3 Social Media Ideas for Halloween [INFOGRAPHIC]
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Create an Instagram contest where followers post pictures of their Jack-o-lantern and they are entered in a random drawing for a free product/service or gift card. Use a hashtag to keep track of entries.
On Twitter, have followers create a scary story in less than 280 characters, using a hashtag or tagging your account. Give each participant and discount code for your product/service.
Have users on Facebook share your post, bringing awareness to a local/national charity. For every share, donate a dollar up to a certain amount.
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The world has changed a lot in just a few short weeks, both professionally and personally, due to COVID-19. EID Visions has had to adapt to new challenges brought upon by the pandemic and social distancing. Here’s how it’s changed how our company operates.
If you’re tired of posting the same things over and over again on social media, maybe it’s time to spice things up a bit. Why not try some holiday inspired social media posts that are sure to up your engagement with your followers?
For this month’s blog, we’ve decided to interview our co-owner and COO, Priscilla! Get to know her and how she became to be involved with EID Visions with 20 questions!
It’s never been more important to balance work with downtime and self-care. What I’ve been doing to relax is playing one of my favorite video games: Animal Crossing. While a seemingly relaxing game on the surface, I’ve found that you can learn a lot from this game that can be applied to your small business in real life.
One of the hardest things for small businesses to focus on, even when there’s not a virus spreading globally, is their social media marketing strategy. There are a lot of moving pieces when it comes to being active and interacting with your audience on social media.
Developing your cognitive fitness by going out of your comfort zone and diversifying your skills allows you to see your small business through a different lens. You may find that a new problem you’ll have is having too many ideas and avenues for improvement!
You’ve heard of Marie Kondo’s KonMari method for decluttering your home. Did you know that you can apply the same methodology to your small business to maximize value? Instead of focusing on literal objects, you can optimize your business practices and what it has to offer.
Abraham Lincoln once said: “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the ax.” When running a small business or startup, preparation is key and will save you a lot of time and money. Front loading work will also allow you to have a better results in the end!
Collecting data is not only important, but necessary to become better at your marketing and business efforts. After all, you can’t improve what you don’t measure. How do you decipher the good data from the bad? What questions are you trying to answer?
Small businesses and startups often worry about making sure they can scale everything they are doing up, but they shouldn’t! It’s ok to take advantage of your small size to be more agile and be hyper aware of how you will delight customers.