The Social Observer

The Social Media Marketing Blog by SNHU Students

Posts Tagged Social Media Marketing 201

Nostradamus’ marketing predictions

Nostradamus’ Small Business Marketing Predictions for 2025

French prophet Nostradamus is a historical figure known for his mysterious ability to predict worldwide phenomenon. Although he died in 1566, much of the world is convinced of his abilities to predict historical events. Although, it’s been proven that some of his more edgy predications are nothing more than a…

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Top 5 Tips for Non-Profit posting on Instagram

5 Tips for using Instagram for you Non-Profit! Social media is ever changing, and the importance for companies to use social media is growing in importance. Instagram is one of the most popular social sites with 300 million users monthly  Instagram provides your non-profit business exposure to new and potentially…

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Engagement Equals Audience for Small Business

  Small Businesses can benefit from engaging on Social Network sites.  Engagement will equal stronger audience for a small business. By creating a webpage and blog, small businesses can send out messages to those customers, who have purchased merchandise in the past. Ask customers to join their Facebook and Twitter…

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Social Media for Small Businesses

In the past 8 out of 10 small businesses failed within the first 18 months of their grand opening. The closings were for several reasons such as the funds were low, the organization did not listen to their consumers nor did  they separate themselves from everyone in the industry. Now,…

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Using Pinterest for Small Businesses

Pinterest is quickly taking over as being the best option for people to kill time between appointments and in downtime; creating a business account with Pinterest increases your visibility for more customers. Growing Popularity with Pinterest As Pinterest grows in popularity is becomes a much better option for small businesses…

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Content Curation

Good, smart, fun and relevant content should be at the core of any social media strategy. Great content should reflect your brand and give people a reason to stay engaged. That’s why it’s critical to build a content strategy into your social media campaign. Without a framework for what you…

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Millennials, Social Media and Fashion

“Millennial defines as a person reaching young adulthood around the year 2000.” According to NetBase, social media has an influence most on the millennials. They are the generation that makes up the largest segment and the most future purchasing power in fashion industry. Because they were born in the digital age,…

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How to Improve a Financial Blog

Remembering my mom sitting the family down and explaining how difficult it had been when my grandmother passed.  At the tender age of about eight years old I was in the middle of a life changing financial meeting.  Mom was a young teenager on one day and the next was…

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