By Lisa Wozniak Have you ever been driving down the road and saw the giant lit up yellow “M” in the distance? Without ever being able to see the name, you know those golden arches represent the fast food chain McDonalds. That’s branding; one look, one image, one tagline that represents a company. And whether you own a private practice or a small business the same principles of branding will still apply. So here’s what you need to know about branding. Consistency Is Key If you have a logo, and you should, it needs to[…]
By Lisa Wozniak We’ve all been there, we go online to accomplish something specific; check our email, posts, look for a specific page or site and then it happens. We end up falling into a rabbit hole of social media posts that capture our attention. But, have you ever wondered why this happens? There is psychology that determines why we like, comment and share with others online. A recent study showed a direct connection between Social Media and the brain’s reward center. This area processes rewarding feelings about social acceptance. So if we are checking[…]
By Lisa Wozniak There’s been a long running debate about the frequency and quality in social media posting. The fact is, it really is a balancing act. There is a fine line between making sure you keep your name and brand in the eyes of the public and being just down right annoying to all who encounter you on a daily basis. To add to the confusion, Facebook’s new algorithms have left many feeling unsure about how often to post as fewer and fewer of their posts will be making in out into the[…]
If you’ve ever been on any social media site, you’ve definitely seen a hashtag. A hashtag is a pound symbol followed by a word or string of words. For example #wozmarketing. Hashtags are used to create topics or categories of content or conversations. This makes it much easier for a person to search for the types of topics or conversations they are interested in. Consequently, if a person is interested in researching analytical effects of social media, they would simply search #socialmediaanlytics or #socialmediaanalysis. There are plenty of ways in which hashtags can be effective[…]
Have you ever been intimidated about writing a blog post that has intentional SEO content? That was something that used to keep me up at night for sure. We all want to have the strong search engine optimization that will take us to the top of Google’s coveted rankings, don’t we? But how do you know which keywords? How do we know if they work? How do we use them in the content of the blog post? Should it only be in the title? How do you select a title that will be enticing enough to capture your readers?