Several new features for Twitter conversations were announced at CES, Las Vegas yesterday, including the option to choose who can reply to your tweet (if anyone).
Whatever the size of your business, January is the best time to take a good look at your social media channels. By looking back at insights from 2019 and figuring out where you want your accounts to be performing better, you can then create a new social media strategy for this year.
If you haven’t been putting any festive messages out on social media yet – why not?! Christmas and New Year are some of the busiest times of the year for businesses, with many reaching peak sales/bookings through social. It’s also a great time for showing a more fun, creative side to your brand, showing your customers what’s going on behind the scenes.
We’ve put together a handy checklist for brands to help them make the most of their social over the holidays…
Reactive social media is when a brand or business responds in real-time to current events. Whilst proactive social media is an integral part of your marketing strategy, reacting to events as they happen shows that your brand is relevant and might help with your online presence.