Writing effectively for social media is essential for startups trying to make a name for themselves in a competitive world. But sometimes it can be daunting – and the cost of outsourcing your social media can be daunting too! So why not learn to do it brilliantly yourself? Continue reading
Don’t say we’re mad, and don’t run away screaming. With a bit of thought it need not be as daunting as it sounds, and you’ll find a little planning goes a long way!
Let’s break it down. Your schedule could look like this… Continue reading
One thing we like doing at Sweet Retweets is working with sectors where social media isn’t an obvious fit. Where people have written it off because they have nothing to talk about or they think it’s all about posting blurry pictures of what you had for lunch.
Accountancy is a case in point. It has this reputation for being boring. It’s largely office based, client matters are strictly confidential and the chances of any celebrities swinging by are pretty darn slim. Then there are the FSA guidelines to adhere to, which is enough to put people off altogether.
However, with social media there is a platform for everyone. Continue reading
We try to squeeze everyone in but sometimes we have to turn people away! And they always ask us to let them know about future events. So we’ll be sending out regular newsletter to let everyone know when and where the next Sweet Retweets workshop is happening and how you can book a place.
Outsourcing your social media updates can seem like a good idea – you get the benefit of another revenue stream opening up without having to put in any work. But, just like that free lunch, it rarely works out like that.
Having worked with many brands over the years, we’ve come across common difficulties that can happen if your social media person isn’t as experienced as they claim:
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But the downside for many small businesses is the time factor. Sending a tweet or updating Facebook is so quick that it’s easy for businesses to underestimate the amount of time it’s going to take to keep on top of their social media channels.
They wanted to know: what are the challenges for travel brands in developing interesting content and engaging social media updates?