Do you use visuals to increase your social media presence? Do you want to learn how to make a visual social media strategy?
Because visual learners make up 6% of people and images are saved in our brains 60,000 times faster than text and it also completely illustrate on social media, people have always preferred looking at images. Besides, it also make up 87 percent of the interaction on Facebook and take 150 percent more retweets on Twitter.
Tumblr, Pinterest and Instagram are the fastest growing social networks, so it is the proof that images are interested in so much. When you would like to do the most of visuals to enhance your social media presence, you have to design a visual social media strategy that works, to make sure for taking results from your Long Tail Pro.
It sound like a complicated task to create a strategy. Thus, I co-hosted a webinar titled How to create a visual social media strategy and measure success with Julian Gottke and Alex Goncalves of quintly. Well, there are some top tips of me in the webinar to make a visual social media strategy, it can help you engagement, traffic and sales. Moreover, there are also included tips on how to design effective images of me and tips on how to use social media analytics to measure visual social media success is shared by Julian and Alex.
Before you be able to design a visual social media strategy that skyrockets your social media presence, you should watch the webinar. So you can also learn how to use social media analytics to measure your results and enhance your strategy. Click the below image and submit your email address in the form that appears if you want to get access to the webinar. Then the link to the free webinar will be emailed to you.
From social marketing writing, this is How to create a visual social media strategy
In the webinar, this is slides from the part of Julian and Alex
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