Andréa Jones is a social media strategist who works with lifestyle brands to build their online presence through targeted social media and content marketing solutions. She's also the founder of SavvySocialSchool.com - a membership community with everything you need to achieve visibility, growth, and engagement on social media.
Spring has officially arrived, bringing warmer weather and blooming flowers. If there were ever a season perfect for a fresh start, spring is it! While you are motivated to de-clutter you home and office, why not give your online presence a bit of spring cleaning? Today, I have a few questions that you can ask yourself as you evaluate your social sharing strategy.
Instagram is probably one of the most time consuming social networking platforms that I’ve ever managed. Not only do you have to post things instantly, but in many cases, you have to do the sharing right from your mobile device. That being said, it is hands down my favorite social media platform to manage at […]
Creating blog content isn’t easy. Trust me. Content marketing isn’t about pushing your products on people; rather, it’s a blend of showcasing your brand voice while also sharing engaging content that potential clients can relate to. But where do you start? To give you some suggestions for your next brand article, I’ve created a short list […]
With a motto that says “Put the Internet to work for you,” it’s no wonder why IFTTT has become a popular social media moderating tool. IFTTT, or “If This Than That,” is a free service that saves you the time of doing much of the repetitive and time-consuming aspects of daily internet activities.
I don’t know about you, but I’m not a graphic designer. Don’t get me wrong, if I had all the time in the world, I’d love to learn all the ins and outs of programs like Photoshop. Alas, my time is instead spent learning the tricks of SEO and how to get more Facebook likes. […]
Pinterest can very much be a solo sharing experience. You can create your own boards and share content while enjoy other’s boards. As a business, it’s also a great idea to get your fans and followers involved by allowing them to collaborate and contribute to your Pinterest boards.
Oh, YouTube. We love you for your cute, baby animal videos and your hilarious yet annoying meme videos. From the plethora the comedy sketches to the personal daily vlogs, we are inspired to begin creating our own content. But where do we begin?
As a self proclaimed YouTube fan girl, I am bringing you 6 tips that I recently gave to a friend who created their own YouTube channel. This isn’t the endall beall of YouTube advice, but just a few words of wisdom from someone who’s been there.