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Hi there, its time for another blog and what better than updating our Posting times and also helping our fans, followers and customers reach their audeicne easier and at the best possible times. We have hence now collected more recent data on the best times to post on social media, so everything is up to date as per our Infographic below. The optimal days and times to post on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn listed here reflect the latest algorithm changes too. Have a look at our gorgeous infographic and tell us what you think! Key Notes: Facebook: Ideally post on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 12 and 3 p.m. Twitter: Ideally post on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between 12 and 6 p.m. LinkedIn: Ideally post on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and Friday between 5 and 6 p.m. Instagram: Ideally post on a Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 3 and 4 p.m.…

Further to our post last week in regards to how companies can carefully target, segment and market to their audience, we received many requests from readers on this could be done. What the easiest and most effective ways to reach the Millennials is and hence we have created the infographic below. Tell us what you think and if there is anything we should add to our infographic. I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram

Finding high quality but small hashtags can be tough. We all want to target a niche, but how do we find the right words to use? We all want to gain followers and sell products, but it’s important to target social media followers that will really visit your shop or check out your website. If you’re the owner of a coffee shop, you probably know that #coffee won’t cut it. So, how about #VanillaLatte or #CaramelFrappe? If you’re in Kensington, don’t use #LondonCoffee, try #KensingtonCoffeeShop or similar. Post a delicious looking photo and target coffee lovers that might pop into your shop! Find similar hashtags! Once you search for one of the hashtags you currently use, you will notice other related hashtags that people use pop up too. #CreativeMarketing will bring up a wealth of content for marketers to use. What do other people use? Check out what your competitors use,…

2018 is swiftly waiving away the same way Instagram is to its fellow Social Media competitors. Its growth has been unprecedented and now more and more businesses are using the platform to promote their goods or services. So its clearly key to not only attract visitors but the right ones, the ones that have demonstrated an affinity to your industry or are potential clients. So let if you want to get more Instagram followers this year, you need to pay attention to what your Instagram feed looks like. So, why is your Instagram business profile so important if you want to get Instagram followers? It’s the first opportunity you have to make a great impression and entice people to hit that “follow” button. Have a look at our infographic below at some new, easy ways you can also build your profile. I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate to…

Running a business is tricky… But using social media to boost your brand can be confusing at times. Here are some very quick tips and ideas for your business, brand or product social channel if you’re new to running your Instagram account as a new business owner, or an #Instanewbie! Whether or not you’re running a page around a food establishment or a skincare cream, some of these quick and easy fundamental basics will work for anyone. Colours Your photos need to look cohesive. There are some great stock photo agencies out there these days; gone are the days of “Man falls over” – We’re welcoming ultra-niche stock photos for business’ and creatives with all different colour schemes. Try Haute Stock as your first port of call to build some ideas around what stock images could work for you. Reposting your customer’s images builds a personal connection It also provides great…

“Influencer” – a word with a lot of confusion surrounding it! But to put it simply, it’s just a generic term for people on Instagram who aren’t technically bloggers, but are making the same money, with the same passion for what they do – just in a very different way. I have been an “influencer” for a while and made a decent amount of money recommending products to my following, which has been super helpful throughout university! From lesser-known brands to the huge ballers in beauty and skincare – I have worked with a huge variety of them, and at this stage, I know quite a few ins and outs as I’ve been blogging for around 3 years. Stand Out –  The higher the following, the more the influencer will often get away with quicker and lesser quality sponsored content, like flat-lays or basic selfies holding a product and smiling. You might…

Instagram’s new ‘Ask Me A Question’ feature is exciting and new. By now, you have likely seen lots of your friends sharing 50 stories, filled with silly questions and inside jokes from friends. As a blogger or influencer, this is asking your story views to slowly drop as the questions become useless to your audience. Nobody wants to bore their Instagram following. We always strive for engagement and click-throughs but ensuring that our feed and stories stay amazing at all times can be hard work, with so many new features constantly added to the app. 1. Answer the most interesting questions – inside jokes from your friends won’t always entertain your audience, as tempting as they are to post. Keep those for your private or personal profile. Remember your audience, and what they’ll engage best with. Tag brands in your answers, too. It can help to build relationships. 2. Link a…

It is possibly the most used App nowadays from youngsters and adults like. Yes, we all have Facebook accounts and use messenger as one of our prime means of communication nowadays, but nonetheless noone can deny that Instagram has taken the ..social world (Ask Snapchat) by storm and its customer base and users are growing daily. With this in mind, it is only natural that there will be hundreds (if not thousands) of accounts on Instagram that are..spammy, uninteresting or simply..annoying. We have all come across that post on Instagram that we really wish we never saw and certainly do not want to see anything similar again. Well, brace yourself for..Silence as Instagram is rolling out an exciting new mute feature and we can’t wait to test it out on all our annoying friends (and not only).  So how does Instagram’s new mute button work? Well, this long awaited feature for…

In an E-commerce market where time is money, being able to synchronise your main social media profiles can bring some much needed efficiency to your operations. However that does not necessarily have to mean that you are also compromising the quality or directness of the message you are trying to get across. As the majority of people are now aware, Social Media (especially for business) does not come free nowadays. Moneywise..maybe but timewise most definitely NOT. A number of statistics have shown that the majority of people – due to time mainly – tend to engage on 1 or 2 social media platforms and hen simply visit their other accounts on an somewhat irregular basis. Whilst it is important to be active on as many Social media platforms as possible, it is equally important to maintain your level of quality. Whether that be it in your posts, customer service or response…