Happy Monday! We hope you had a nice weekend and are well-rested to take on the week. This week’s Five Little Things covers the latest tips and trends in social media, email marketing, Google Tag Manager, and technology.
1.8 Tips for Creating Great Visual Content on Social Media via Top Advisor Marketing
If you’re looking to enhance your visual content on social media or you are unsure why you should be using visual content on social media, this one’s for you! This article shares 8 must know tips and tricks for generating exceptional visual content on social media.
2.How to Make Your Social Media Channels More Accessible to Everyone via Entrepreneur
Unfortunately most social media platforms aren’t yet fully accessible for people who are blind, visually impaired, deaf or hearing-impaired which makes interacting with your content on social media very difficult and sometimes completely impossible. This article gives essential tips and tricks on how to make your social media platforms more readily attainable for everyone.
3.Marketing to the managed inbox: Why digital marketers need to own deliverability via Marketing Land
Deliverability is one of the most commonly overlooked — yet critically essential — components to successful email marketing. If you are looking to improve upon your email marketing strategy and learn insightful tips and tricks on how to improve deliverability, this article is for you!
4.4 website actions you can track with Google Tag Manager via Search Engine Land
Testing a landing page and wondering how much of the information people view? Whatever it is you are testing, gathering data is extremely valuable. There are limitless actions you can track through Google Tag Manager to improve data gathering. This article provides a step-by-step guide with website actions important to digital marketing measurement.
5.Advisory Firms Must Adopt and Promote User-Friendly Digital Interfaces Now via Technology Hub
With technology being a such major part of our lives, more and more financial advisors recognize how critical it is to their business. However, making decisions about what platforms to use can be daunting. This article shares three tips to help advisors determine what it their most valuable technological resources and tools.