Social Media Slice for April 11, 2019: B2B COSTLY WEB DESIGN FAILS; FIVE COMMANDMENTS FOR ENTREPRENEURS FROM HERJAVEC; and DESPITE CONTROVERSIES SOCIAL MEDIA USEAGE UNCHANGED


WELCOME SLICE

SLICE is a M-F news digest targeted to assist Social Media Managers, Virtual Assistants, and Small Business Owners make sense of all the day to day social media news. Bypass the fluff. Focus on the good stuff.


MAIN SLICE

B2B COSTLY WEB DESIGN FAILS- Assuming that the goal of your client’s website is to convert the curious into $$$ customers… poorly designed pages will confuse and turn prospects away. For example, too many visual distractions. Makes sense. Here are 5 tips from the Jeff Bullas team. More


SLICE SPECIAL OF THE DAY

FIVE COMMANDMENTS FOR ENTREPRENEURS FROM HERJAVEC- Successful businessman and Shark Tank panelist Robert Herjavec says more than anything else… timing, college degree… to make it as an entrepreneur you need the right attitude. Nothing in life guarantees success. But he has 5 tips to get you on the right path. More


SLICE INGREDIENTS

DESPITE CONTROVERSIES SOCIAL MEDIA USEAGE UNCHANGED- This is surprising but good news for your marketing efforts on behalf of skittish clients. Data dumps and fake news fears aside, PEW Research has looked at the numbers and it reports that the share of US adults on social media has not dropped since 2018!!! More


INTERNATIONAL SLICE

LUSH COSMETICS CLOSES SOCIAL MEDIA IN UK- That is correct. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. are all getting a goodbye kiss from the seller of handmade soaps, bath bombs, and other body products. Company says it was “tired of fighting with algorithms” and did not want to “pay to appear” in newsfeeds. It wants a more direct approach. More


MOTIVATIONAL SLICE

Our #ThursdayThoughts cover image is from a tweet by Yedukondalu C @mr_chillakuri (background graphic added).


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