Over this past year, we have had the invaluable privilege of partnering with the web analytics team for a few of our clients. The information we have gathered through regular meetings with these key …Read More →
Posts Tagged with: social media strategy
For as long as brand pages have existed on Facebook, so have promotions and a requirement that any brand campaign awarding a prize needs to be hosted through a third-party application. A number of sites …Read More →
If you are on one social media channel, chances are, your are going to be on two, three – maybe even four others. With our growing digital world, naturally, social media channels continue to improve, …Read More →
I recently came across an article on Mashable titled “why businesses should act human on Facebook.” The core of the article was this: use common sense when it comes to posting on social media.
You …Read More →
Recently, we’ve been looking into the idea of promoted posts on Facebook and whether they are beneficial to our clients here at Full Circle PR.
By purchasing paid posts, brands have the opportunity to get their …Read More →
When you hear the words “social media,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For most of us, our next thought is “Facebook.”
Facebook is undoubtedly the cornerstone network of the social media world. Because …Read More →
When Liza and I started Full Circle PR, we definitely knew that we wanted our agency to have an online presence. While that’s not atypical, it appears that having a social media strategy in place …Read More →
There is a lot of hype about social media these days as social networking sites gradually begin to supplement and replace our general news cycles, our everyday conversations, our free-time, work-time, play-time. Social media …Read More →
As PR professionals, we are constantly looking for ways that we can “cross-pollinate” content and resources through multiple outlets to really drive home our clients’ key messages – and social media is no …Read More →
The concept of a “social media strategy” is a bit conflicting. How can social media – which is built on the idea of real-time interaction and conversations – be planned?
From a brand perspective, social media …Read More →