You may have noticed a flurry of activity in the last few months from many Australian and global service providers taking a close look at their operations and updating their privacy policies. Why? The GDPR of course, these four letters represent the future of global data protection and privacy laws. Privacy is a BIG deal…
Businesses need social media, you have probably heard this time and time again, but starting your own business is tricky and after not long you will realise how hard it is to gain connections and increase client numbers and yes, social media can make it easy for you.
Our attention span is constantly decreasing, in fact over the last ten years it has dropped from 12 minutes to a mere five minutes. This makes Snapchat and its short, seconds long video and images, the ultimate tool to increase the reach of your brand or business. Snapchat allows you to share branded, unique and interesting content with a large audience, or even individuals.
Recently Dan Levy (Facebook’s Global Director of Small Business) spoke to Inside Facebook and advised that 25 million small businesses are now represented on Facebook.
The great leaders are like the best conductors they reach beyond the notes to find the magic within the players.
So here’s a thought what if everyone in this room was part of your own business what’s more what if this was your weekly strategic meeting?
What if this was your opportunity each week to meet and engage with the key players in your team?
What you need to think about before you jump in the social media pool!
The average midsize or large company (1000 employees or more) has 178 “social media assets” (Twitter handles, employee blogs, etc.) – yet only 25% of companies offer social business training to their employees. (Marketingeasy)
Social media and small business is tough and sometimes all consuming. After taking some time out with my delightful partner in crime over the weekend I noticed something mildly concerning.