An Infographic is a visual way of content marketing that helps to transform a dull or complicated topic, into an eye-catching, interesting format. Ideally, Infographics should be visually engaging, but still informative, containing a relevant subject and clear statistics. Read more here: More →
The importance of Visual Content
Creating content for social media is key, nowadays one of the first places people will check out a company on is social media (1st being their website), therefore first impressions count. You don’t want potential clients to look at your social media and see dull, boring content, you want to catch people’s attention – this is where visual content comes into place.
The first ZC Live was a one day social media and digital event which took place in Kent on Friday 9 June 2017 at Ashford International Hotel.
During the day, delegates were taken on a journey through different social media platforms and was shown how they can maximise the use of social media in order to improve business prospects. They learnt how to accelerate their use of digital and social media marketing in their businesses, which will help them create more leads by mastering key strategies.
Initially, when people go to their first few networking events, they assume that it’s all about selling their products and services, however, this couldn’t be any more inaccurate. The word ‘networking’ is often mistaken for the technological term – which relates to the interconnectivity and accessibility of multiple, different computer systems.
Business networking doesn’t vary much from this… More →
Google’s fact-checker aims to detect fake news stories with the help of an algorithm, Zoe Cairns, an expert at UK-based ZC Social Media, told Radio Sputnik.
On Friday, Google announced plans to apply its “Fact Check” feature to its Google News service. The new feature will assess the truthfulness of a news item using third-party fact-checkers.
Everyone knows the importance of using social media for business and the benefits you can gain from being online but are you spending enough time on social?, Social media won’t increase your business overnight, you need to keep at it in order to see results. This means you need to put time aside to focus on your social media – this doesn’t mean you have to spend hours every week on social media, you just need to ensure you are spending enough time in order for you to see results. There are a lot of key things businesses are doing online that are affecting their social media efforts, so what are they?
If you are brand new to marketing or perhaps have been doing it for some years, you’ll already know that part of your marketing mix should be eMarketing campaigns.
eMarketing (known as electronic marketing) is when marketing is done online. This could be using different methods such as blogs, videos, and social media.
While working at ZC Social Media, I have had many people come up to me asking where to start when it comes to eCampaigns.
Social media has drastically changed in the last few years. What used to be a way for people to stay in touch with their friends, share little anecdotes and perhaps even slightly stalk celebrities, is now an extremely powerful way for businesses to connect with their customers and help build revenue.
Most businesses are starting to realise just how powerful social media can be as a marketing tool, but with so many platforms to choose from, it can be really overwhelming. Do you really want to spend all that time on every social media site, connecting with millions of people? Of course not! But which one do you choose? You don’t need to limit yourself to just one, either. This guide should help you determine which social media profile is most appropriate for your business. We compare the biggest social media platforms, and their pros and cons.
Believe it or not, YouTube isn’t only a platform where funny cat videos are shared, but a multi-million-pound business where you can promote and grow your business! YouTube is a massive social media platform with 1 billion active accounts monthly.
Many successful businesses such as Apple, McDonald’s and Beats by Dre all expand their company at a giant rate. When Apple revealed their ‘Introducing iPhone 7’ video they racked up over 23 million views!
So, many people think that going to University is the be-all and end-all of life, and I’m sure that a couple of decades ago it probably was; but that was before doing an Apprenticeship course became popular.
As a child, I always wanted to go to University because that was seen as the ‘done thing’, that was what I was told at school, watched on TV, read in books and saw in films. However, as I started to grow older, I discovered the cost of University and the pressure that it would put on me. It wasn’t only that which put me off, but the lack of guaranteed jobs when you graduate. I believe that unless you know 100% what career path you want in life (which most 16-18 year olds don’t) then it isn’t worth it. I believe that in that time you could be gaining work experience, travelling or finding a career path that you like. That was when I discovered the benefit of Apprenticeships. More →