1. Make your Facebook group 💬 a close-knit community.
Your Facebook group can help you reach your goals, but only if you take the time to cultivate it correctly. Understanding what to post and what not to post is critical! These suggested rules and boundaries encourage deep engagement within your group, attracting your kind of people and fostering community.
Develop a loyal community. [via Social Media Examiner]
2. Finally learn what 🔍 SEO is all about.
You know what SEO is…but do you actually understand it? Neil Patel makes Search Engine Optimization (SEO) make sense and lays out a few practical techniques to increase your web traffic and brand awareness. Learn how to complete your own SEO audit, create SEO optimized landing pages, and more (way more).
Find yourself on the first page of Google. [via Neil Patel]
3. Increase your reach 🚀 with Instagram’s Live Rooms.
New features alert! You can now host an Instagram Live with one, two, or three other accounts using Live Rooms. A Live with a few cohosts allows you to engage with your community while connecting with their communities, too.
Using Instagram Live Rooms. [via Facebook]
4. Get quick and easy feedback 🗣 in just a few clicks.
Having access to actionable, qualitative feedback from your target audience is key to a project’s success. With Loops, you can post creative work and receive hundreds of honest and constructive comments from team members and strangers in just minutes. While that might sound overwhelming, it only takes a few easy clicks to analyze the feedback and find the most effective ways to implement it.
Find out what they think. [via Loops]
5. Find, use, and create GIFs to 📈 enhance your brand.
We might not know how to pronounce gif, but we definitely know we love them. Those ubiquitous, looping animations can be used everywhere — in emails, blog posts, social media, and more. Try out some of these suggestions, and use gifs to engage with your audience and promote your brand.
Get started with gifs. [via Neil Patel]
This issue of +good was written and produced by Allison Kooser, Ian Haisley, Sydney Bartlett, Lindsey Lincoln, and Katie Powers.