More and more people are relying on Facebook to get all the information they need about a business. Facebook Messenger has become the go-to for receiving quick and timely answers. Businesses will see all sorts of topics come through messenger. From compliments to complaints to questions about hours, locations, and menus, patrons expect to get an answer.
For growing businesses, this can get quite overwhelming. To give the best customer service possible, one might feel they have to be on call 24/7 to respond to messages. Luckily with Facebook Autoresponder, you do not have to have someone on call at all times to answer incoming questions.
Here are several tips to help you Break The Bot and get your Facebook Autoresponder up and running, smoothly and efficiently.
Search engines are actual question answering machines. I wish I had a running tally of how many times someone told me or I told someone to simply “google it.” After all, the average internet user makes 3 to 4 internet searches per day. Add all the google users up and that brings us to a whopping 7 billion searches a day.
That being said, there is obviously a lot of information out there waiting to be found. If you have a website, you might be overwhelmed about how to get your webpage to the top. It’s time to show SEO who’s boss. (You, you’re the boss.)
In 2020, YouTube will make 5.5 billion dollars worth of advertising revenue in just the United States. I don’t know about you, but that makes me pretty inspired to make some money off of my YouTube channel.
How much are the top guys making, you ask?
Let’s get personal. Remember those days of touring colleges and it seemed like the catchphrase for every single one was “When you are a student here, you are not just a number. Your professors will know your name and build a personal relationship with you.” I took that into account when choosing a school. Now I take that into account while managing Twitter accounts for businesses. How the tables have turned. Thanks for the advice, college!
Ready to take your Ecommerce store to the next level but unsure how? Good news! You’re probably overthinking it. Think back to the last time you placed an online order. What made the experience a pleasant or not so pleasant one? Maybe the cell phone quality photos made you turn away from a product or […]
The average person spends an hour and a half each day on social media, and during that time, they see and share a lot of memes. Meme culture is constantly evolving, and new ones can go viral in the blink of an eye! The savvy marketer should know how to utilize the right memes at the right time to best connect with their audience. Many brands are now using memes heavily in their marketing, and there are even some unaffiliated accounts dedicated to memes about brands. Here’s how to incorporate memes into your marketing strategy.
A catering business can grow monumentally with digital marketing. Because it’s one of the few service business models that doesn’t require a permanent storefront, the possibilities are limitless. Here are some aspects to focus on in order to make your catering business thrive.
What do you use Facebook for in 2020? According to Mashable, 49% of Facebook users actually Facebook to find restaurants. Move over, Yelp! From ads to restaurant posts to user-generated reviews, chances are users idly scrolling on Facebook may see something that catches their attention – and makes their mouths water. Here’s what you can do for your restaurant’s Facebook page to make sure it stands out.
The short answer is no. Though you may have heard rumors about its downfall, the statistics say otherwise. Email marketing remains the strategy with the highest returns, even with newer, innovative marketing strategies popping up. The long answer? Keep reading to find out.
If you have a website, you’re already putting in the work, so why not make some money off of your effort? With some more work and luck, you’ll be able to cover your domain expenses, and then some. Here are our top 5 ways to monetize your website.