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Social Media Management

Look at your smart phone.  Chances are, you have at least one social media app Social Mediaon your home page. People visit applications and websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and many others on a daily basis, and often multiple times per day. Some people check their social media feeds before they even get out of bed in the morning. If you’re running a business, a strong social media presence is essential to furthering your success. You will need to employ social media management techniques to obtain that presence. What is social media management? Read on to learn more.

 

What is Social Media Management?

Social media management is exactly what it sounds like. You, or a service that you employ, manages your presence on popular social media websites like Facebook and Twitter.  Anyone who’s checked a Facebook or Twitter page for product reviews, deals, or updates when the primary website is down has taken advantage of a well managed social media presence.  If you’ve ever gone looking for a company’s Facebook page and found nothing, then you’ve found the other side of the coin there.

So many people are connected through their mobile devices and computers. Facebook alone has 665 million active users. While it is important to have a strong web presence via your websites, it is possibly more important to have a strong social media presence.

 

Why do I need Social Media Management?

If you run a small business, it may be possible for you to manage your social media accounts on your own. As your business grows, though, it may be impossible for a single person to keep up with all the questions, comments and concerns that may come in through your social media accounts. That is where social media management comes in. Instead of worrying about responding to every comment or attending to every tweet, you can contract that particular service out.

 

Who Needs Social Media Management?

In a word: everyone.  In more than one word: If you have a web presence, whether it’s for a blog, a wiki, or a business website, you need social media management to take care of your social media presence. Even if you’re not paying for advertisement through any of the social media websites, there is no excuse for not having an active presence on at least a few sites. Creating an account or a business page on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google + and many others is free, so managing a social media presence will only cost you some time.

 

What can we do for you?

If you already have your social media presence established, congratulations! You’ve taken care of the hardest part.  If that presence has become too large for you to handle on your own, keep Tall Fox in mind.  We are here to help you manage your social media websites and come up with the perfect plan to help you make the most of those accounts. If Facebook is driving you batty, or Twitter is driving you up the wall, contact us today to find out how we can help you!

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  1. Pinterest (21%) is now more popular than Twitter (18%) among Internet users.
  2. Women are four times more likely to be Pinterest users than men.
  3. Facebook is ageing. 45% of Internet users aged 65+ use Facebook.
  4. Pinterest attracts older people. Twitter and Instagram are still youth dominated networks, but 23% of Internet users aged 50+ use Pinterest.
  5. Contrary to popular belief, most people aren’t using multiple social networks. Over 50% of Internet users either don’t use any social networks, or use just one (i.e. Facebook).
  6. Facebook and Instagram users are the most engaged. Around 60% of their users sign in every day (compared to 46% of Twitter users)
  7. Almost all social networkers use Facebook. In fact, over 80% of ‘other’ social network users also use Facebook.
  8. Instagrammers also use Twitter. There is a 50% crossover between the networks.
  9. Pinterest and LinkedIn are stand-alone networks. There is much less crossover usage with other networks (except Facebook).
  10. Pinterest and LinkedIn users are wealthier than the other networks with a high percentage earning over £55000 PA.

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The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is a major source of reference for this kind of work....

The term minimalism is also used to describe a trend in design and architecture where in the subject is reduced to its necessary elements. Minimalist design has been highly influenced by Japanese traditional design and architecture. In addition, the work of De Stijl artists is a major source of reference for this kind of work....