Social Media and CRM

Amy Inman CRM 2 Comments

Happy New Year! As promised I’m going to take you through more of CRM, Customer Relationship Management software. We’re going to dive into one of my favorite small business tools, social media and how you can utilize it with CRM. Historically, sales and marketing departments were the primary lead on CRM as they procured leads, updated the system, gathered data, …

Social Media Don’ts

Amy Inman Pay Per Click Advertising, PPC, Search Engine Optimization, SEO, social media 2 Comments

Let’s discuss some of the things you want to avoid when building your social media video presence. First, don’t just shoot for the biggest target. Just because Facebook has almost 2 billion users doesn’t mean they want to see what you’re putting out there. You have to find the right audience. Depending on your business, LinkedIn may be your best …

Making Videos on Social Media

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Online video is becoming the medium of choice in the digital world. Did you know there are a BILLION YouTubers? Facebook and Snapchat are racking up as many as 8 BILLION video views per day between them. We’re talking in the billions, 3 commas for you “Silicon Valley” tv show fans. The danger here is jumping in without taking a …

Bing Tests Linking Search Engine Ads to Social Media

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We are always discussing social media integration in advertising your small business. Bing has taken it to a new level. If you look at the graphic above, note the “Find more” that’s circled. When your ad comes up on Bing, a potential customer will be able to see your Facebook page, Twitter handle, Instagram, or whatever social media you prefer to …

What’s Coming in 2016 – Apps!

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2016. Here we are, beyond Back to the Future! It looks like it’s not the year for flying cars, but I think we’re still in for some fun. We’re going to start the new year off with a series of blogs touching on our expectations for the next 12 months.   First, let’s talk apps. It seems like every time …