I’ve talked to business owners who are so short-staffed that no one is managing their website or social media right now.
Studies have shown that more than 50% of global web traffic comes from mobile devices and through mobile apps. These numbers will continue to grow as we discover more ways to use our phones.
Summer is a crazy time for business owners in Northern Michigan! If you’re spending too much time on social media marketing tasks instead of running your business, why not partner with Abuzz Creative for the summer?
Your business is what you know best. What Marcie Wolf knows best is websites. Your website needs fresh content to stay competitive. If your business is short-staffed and no one has time to update your website, Abuzz Creative can make WordPress website updates for you!
Your customers follow your business because they like you and what you have to offer, but that doesn’t mean they want to hear about your promotions and sales offers around the clock.
Flowers will soon be blooming, we’ll be seeing longer sunny days, and tourists will start arriving – these are all signs of summer in northern Michigan.
When I develop a new website for a client, I always recommend adding the blog post option to their website. Their first reaction tends to always be, “I don’t have time to be a blogger!” You don’t have to be a blogger to write posts on your website.
Have you tried adding a photo or graphic to a new Google My Business post and important parts of your image were cropped out? Google tells you to upload square images, but if you’re like me, you prefer to upload the right size without parts of your image getting cropped out.
Social media for a small business can feel overwhelming and challenging, especially if you’re a solo entrepreneur. Social media does make spreading the word about your small business faster or easier. By having an active social media presence, you can start building relationships with your audience.
Your forte is your line of work and you do it well. If you’ve been handed over the management of your organization’s social media channels or you’re a small business owner who’s doing everything yourself, you might be wondering where to even begin.