How not to make your social media content plan →
How not to make your social media content plan. There’s the right way to make a content plan. And there’s the wrong way to make a content plan.
Introducing... the brand new ContentCal →
That’s right - there’s a brand new ContentCal on the loose that’s better, faster, and more aesthetically pleasing than ever before.
Why social media trumps traditional marketing →
Here’s why social media will always trump traditional marketing avenues
Instagram posts the internet has seen way too many times →
As one of the world’s leading social media platforms, Instagram is the place to be to see some random bloke’s gym selfie, someone’s cat or a #ThrowbackThursday
5 social apps you may not have heard of →
There are many fantastic apps you may not have yet heard of!
How to get verified on Instagram (it's not as easy as it sounds) →
The blue tick of Instagram verification has become synonymous with success – but how to get verified on Instagram in the first place you ask?
Debunking the myth: Do social media scheduling tools affect reach or engagement? →
Planning your content in advance can help your channels to be more consistent in output, and allow you to be more strategic by posting at peak times of traffic
How to Create a Social Media Monthly Plan →
Begin practically thinking about ways to curate purposeful, engaging content and finessing a social strategy for posting.
Tennis meets social media; how active are our fave tennis stars online? →
Wimbledon’s social media presence is more about celebrating the occasion and relishing the fun.
When COSS met ContentCal... →
hile COSS (Crypto One Stop Solution) are primarily focused on creating a crypto exchange, they also wanted to get more involved in the world of social media
How to get followers on Twitter →
If you’ve just connected to Twitter, and set yourself up an account, your next questions is probably a simple one; how to get followers on Twitter?
What part does social media play in the 2018 World Cup? →
Due to time zones (with 2018’s matches being held in Russia) about 40% of the potential audience will actually be asleep during game-time.