12 Essential Instagram Tips & Tricks to Grow Your Business

12 Essential Instagram Tips & Tricks to Grow Your Business

I remember the good old days shortly after Myspace when Facebook was THE main social media place to be. Like … as a small business owner you really didn't need to worry about being anywhere else!

Those days are gone.

:::sniffle:::

Facebook is becoming more and more consumed with adds and people becoming frustrated that they never actually get to see the posts of their friends in their feed. (I mean seriously … I see the same posts from the same people for like 3 days in a row! Just say'in.) And while Facebook provided great free marketing for businesses in the beginning, they've now made it extremely hard to reach an audience. I mean I get it … they had a bazillion people marketing through them for free so why not start actually charging people to be able to "reach" their audience?

10 Awesome Tips to Avoid Social Media Burnout

10 Awesome Tips to Avoid Social Media Burnout

Okay let's be honest you creative bundle of joy ...

Do you ever get totally overwhelmed with trying to keep up with multiple social media accounts? Do you ever feel mentally drained because you've been checking them on and off for the entire day? Maybe you're wondering what the heck you should be posting and WHEN to effectively grow your blog or business? Or perhaps you've looked at the clock only to realize that you just waisted three hours on Facebook?

I've so been there. Ugh.

It's not a very fun place to be. 

HOW TO BE MORE PRODUCTIVE USING PINTEREST

HOW TO BE MORE PRODUCTIVE USING PINTEREST

Are you on Pinterest? Because I know I am!!!

I remember when Pinterest first came out as a beta in March 2010 and I some how was one of the first to get an invite to try it- including an e-mail from the creator asking for feedback! I used it for a couple weeks initially, and then I fell off the bandwagon. I stopped using it because I felt like people (myself included,) spent too much time "pinning" and not enough time actually "doing." You know, pinning things like recipes and crafts but never actually making them. While Pinterest is amazing for gathering ideas and inspiration, what good is all that when you never put any of it to use?