Mini Markethings Issue 4

September is here - and so is a change with Mini Marketing Hacks. But, don't worry, they're still hacks for you in this issue

✨ Highlight of the week:

It’s September!

We’re in the last quarter of 2020.

A lot of us are looking forward to better times. This year has been crazy.

I started Mini Marketing Hacks sometime at the end of last year but only focused on it properly after my last trip overseas in March.

I wanted to help busy business people with quick marketing hacks that they can implement to achieve organic growth.

In these few months, I’ve created numerous resources like social media packs and free PDFs. I’ve also released an Udemy course!

Moving forward, I will continue to create these resources, however…

  • Links to the new resources will only be available for those who sign up to the newsletter

  • Paid subscribers to this newsletter will get some premium resources at no additional cost

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Content Marketing Tip:

ABC = always be creating.

Even if it's just remembering to take a photo of a happy client, or writing up an in-depth blog post, keep creating valuable content for your target audience.

Places I create content on:

  • My Medium blog

  • This newsletter

  • Instagram

  • LinkedIn

  • Facebook

  • Twitter

Social Media Tip:

I was reading an article on Buffer about social media goals.

In the last few weeks, I’ve picked up a few social media clients who need my help with creating content calendars and providing some strategy.

This is the only social media service I have left in my repertoire.

I no longer do social media management, maintenance or engagement.

This means I take more time to think about what your social media can do for you in the long run. We’re talking content buckets, caption templates and overall marketing funnel.

The article on Buffer highlighted some of these as social media goals for businesses.

What I do for my clients mostly revolve around the first three goals:

  • Increase brand awareness

  • Drive traffic to your website (or in some cases resource link/landing page)

  • Generate new leads

This made me reiterate a point to my clients: I can help you with the strategy, but you need to see if it’s working for you. You need to measure your results.

If it doesn’t work, let me know so I can help you tweak, adjust and we can try again.

Read the article here: 9 Social Media Goals You Can Set for Your Business (and How to Track Them)

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