8 Copywriting tips for social + What to do with $100 in Facebook Ads
It’s coming down to 2 weeks to Expo and let’s just say I’m working on my stress management skills. Expo Game & Pizza Night is back for the second year. Event details are here.
I don’t have my full schedule yet, but I’ll be posting it in the next issue and on social media. If you read this newsletter and find it useful (or maybe not at all, who knows), I’d love to meet you in person!
[BYLINE] In a copywriting funk? I write out 8 tips (tools included!) for you to improve your copywriting skills.
Facebook: To protect user privacy, Facebook announced that they will be shutting down Partner categories for advertisers.
Instagram: The network announced a “New Posts” button in your feed to see newer posts first. Additionally, it is reversing a few changes to make it more chronological again. Later details some of the changes in their post.
Not all social media teams have a large budget to spend on their Facebook advertising campaigns. Find out what Hootsuite’s social team would do if they only had $100 to spend on Facebook ads.
Learn how to use a Facebook group to foster engagement and drive the meaningful interactions favored by Facebook’s news feed algorithm.
Learn how using a few basic psychological principles will improve your marketing performance on Instagram. These simple tips can make a huge difference.
A new breed of online retailer doesn’t make or even touch products, but they’ve got a few other tricks for turning nothing into money.
Four different events aimed at creating inclusive spaces within the coffee community.
“Despite mounting evidence that regular coffee consumption may actually ward off numerous fatal diseases, a California judge has ruled that coffee sellers must post cancer warning signs in accordance with the state law popularly known as Proposition 65.”
I live in California. There are already too many health warning signs. It’s gotten out of hand and this particular ruling does not seem rooted in science at all.