Category Archives: In The Media

13 YouTube Community Building Hacks You Never Knew About

Did you hear the latest social media stats? YouTube is more popular with teens than Facebook. Only 51% of teens in the United States still use Facebook while 85% say that they use the video-sharing platform. So, if you’re still saying your brand doesn’t need YouTube community building, you might need to rethink. My team at Contentworks has created video scripts

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The Social Media Guide to Launching an ICO

Article published by Charli with Contentworks Agency at Gamechangers Magazine The finance sector is governed by a host of rules and regulations such as MiFIDII which are ultimately designed to eliminate scams and make the industry a safer and more transparent environment. That said; ICOs and cryptocurrencies have been somewhat overlooked by regulatory bodies across

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The Importance of Personal Branding

Article published by Charli at GameChangers Magazine When it comes to business, most entrepreneurs recognise the importance of branding.  After all, a strong, well-respected and instantly recognisable brand gives you a competitive edge. The question is; why do so many thought leaders, industry experts, CEOs and passionate employees dedicated to growing their dream career fail

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5 Social Media Updates You Need To Action Right Now

Article first published at Agorapulse, leaders in social media management software. What a year it’s been for social media managers and we’re only in May! 2018 has seen a barrage of social media updates brought about by new data rules, scandals, and network updates. At Contentworks Agency, my team knows that keeping pace with social media

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5 Reasons Your Facebook Ads Aren’t Performing

This was one of my most shared posts over at AgoraPulse, the Social Media Management Experts. If you’re a social media marketer, you know you have to run Facebook ads. When they are running correctly, your ads can bring you signups, orders, web visits or video views. But what if they are not? I am going to

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How to Prove Social ROI to Your Boss (Who Doesn’t Really Get Social)

Article published at AgoraPulse, leaders in social media management software solutions. You’re managing the social media networks for your organization and in your opinion, it’s going great. You’re connecting with influencers, gathering fans, and getting lots of messages. Perfect, right? Actually, no. Social media has become increasingly data-driven which means that social media managers today must

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Are Your Social Media Goals Realistic?

Article first published at AgoraPulse– leaders in social media management tools. “I want to get one million fans in six months.” This is what one of my new clients announced with a look of gritty determination. Are your social media goals as unrealistic as this client? In this article, I am going to take a look at the three main objectives

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How to Manage Multiple Facebook Pages Without Going Nuts

My article was published first at AgoraPulse– leaders in social media management software. If you’re an agency or business owner needing to manage multiple Facebook accounts then you will know how stressful it can be. I manage six pages on Facebook and there have been times when I thought I was losing my mind. Actually

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5 Social Media Management Tools That Won’t Break Your Bank

My article was originally published at AgoraPulse– experts in social media management tools. Whether you’re the owner of a small business or the social media manager of a global corporation, we all watch our budget. Every penny must be accounted for and justified so you want social media management tools that are worth your cash. If you

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Branding for Freelancers: The Essential Guide to Getting Noticed

Branding for Freelancers: The Essential Guide to Getting Noticed, was part of Hubstaff’s  freelancing month 2017, where we feature insights by experienced freelancers about how they get clients, manage their workload, and more.  The freelance market is a tough one. Some of us succeed, and some of struggle. One of the key differentiators between those groups is

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