Watch The #SocialMediaShow – ‘Can Twitter be saved?’

I hope you enjoy the replay of Monday 3 April’s #SocialMediaShow which was broadcast live via my Facebook Profile. Please friend or follow me for notification when the show goes live – just search Facebook for “Jonathan Pollinger”. The #SocialMediaShow is aimed at people who work with or who are interested in social media. We discuss the latest social media news, provide top tips, useful tools and handy stats plus it’s an opportunity for you to ask me any questions you have on social media.

Show notes

This week’s headline that caught my eye was “Can Twitter be saved?” from the Telegraph – read full article.

Question time
What’s your favourite social network?  Do let me know in the Comments below.

Social media tip
This week’s tip is for those that have a Facebook Page. Is your Facebook Page verified? Most Pages have the opportunity to be verified so if yours isn’t it’s time to obtain the grey verification tick. Verified Pages show that your business is authentic and make your Page more discoverable.

To verify your Page:
  1. Click Settings at the top of your Page
  2. Got to General, click Page Verification
  3. Click Verify this Page, then Get Started
  4. Enter a publicly listed phone number for your business (same number that’s displayed on your Page).
  5. Click Call Me Now to allow Facebook to call you with a verification code
  6. Enter the 4-digit verification code and click Continue

Tools talk
This week’s tool is Google’s Optimize which is now free to anyone with a website. In Google’s words, “Optimize helps any business test and deliver better website experiences”. So if you want to improve your customer services or shopping experience for visitors learn more and set up here.

If you’re looking for social media training including workshops and one-to-one training please check out our Social media training section.

Questions? Need help with social media?
For more information about how we can help with your social media efforts please call me (JP) on 029 2078 9139. Alternatively you can email or tweet.

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