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LinkedIn – Proven Growth Hack

You probably have a LinkedIn profile if you currently have a job or are actively seeking employment. Although things weren’t […]

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Leaving Thoughtful Comments

When I see brands using social media solely to post their content without engaging with their audience, I call this

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Stop Sharing Too Much Self-Centred Content

Posting content that constantly promotes “Me, Me, Me” should be avoided unless you’re a globally recognised brand. It’s not good

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Create a Regular Series (Weekly Task)

Nobody wants a bunch of irrelevant accounts filling up their feed. What they really care about is seeing the content

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Post Real-Time Updates to Document Your Day (Daily Task)

“Document, don’t create,” as Gary Vaynerchuk puts it. Yes, but what does that entail, precisely? No, he doesn’t mean you

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Block Off Time for Engagement (Daily Task)

Investing time in other people is one of the most powerful social media growth hacks you can use. Changing the

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Put greater emphasis on video

It’s been proven that videos can increase conversion rates significantly. Sixty percent of consumers say they have made a purchase

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Automate your social media activity

Promoting your brand on social media can be a lot of work, especially if you run a small business without

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Take a less is more posting approach

There was more emphasis on quality than quantity in social media before 2021. In order to stay in their target

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Mix Up Your Social Messages

You might be surprised to learn that social messages with more than just headlines typically receive more clickthroughs than those

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