The Social Scoop

The Social Scoop

Welcome to The Social Scoop, a series that shares what’s happening in the marketing world each week. Here’s the latest social media marketing news…

Google AdWords vs. Facebook Ads
When deciding to use pay-per-click advertising, it is important to choose the right platform for your business.

Useful Social Media Statistics
These 47 social media statistics share insights about platform usage, user data, engagement tactics, and much more!

Best Times to Post
The timing of your posts can make or break their success. This infographic shares the best times to post on the top 8 platforms.

Social Customer Service
Increase customer service through social media channels. We can all take notes from these 5 brands who do it well.

Boost Inbound Marketing
Here are 4 easy website design tips to help boost your efforts to attract visitors and navigate then through your site.

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The Social Scoop

The Social Scoop

Welcome to The Social Scoop, a series that shares what’s happening in the marketing world each week. Here’s the latest social media marketing news…

Snapchat Marketing 
Ask yourself these questions to determine if snapchat is the right social media marketing platform for your brand.

Facebook Posting 
Do you ever wonder when the perfect time is to post on Facebook? Well there is in fact no right time and here is why.

International Women’s Day
“These photos of empty offices on International Women’s Day prove women really do run the world.”

Pinterest Updates
The “Pinterest Lens” feature was launched this week allowing users to take images of real life objects and match them.

Growing Your Business 
You should be doing these 10 things on social media to grow your business.

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International Women’s Day

“After a hugely successful women’s march, this International Women’s Day is more important than ever! The World Economic Forum predicts the gender gap won’t close entirely until 2186. That’s way too long! We need to keep the momentum going and #BeBoldForAChange. Visit internationalwomensday.com to find out more!”
Lauren Golt, owner and founder of Social Stylate

We have had the pleasure of interviewing countless inspiring women in business over the years. To celebrate International Women’s Day, we gathered some of our favorite quotes from past Boss Ladies, dating all the way back to our first interview in 2013, as they share advice, insight, and inspiration for women in business.

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“Just put something out there and get started. No amount of research can fully prepare you for what it’s like to run a business — you learn by figuring out the problems and creating solutions as you go along.”
-Lisa Butler

“Be ready to put in a ton of hours for your passion, listen to your heart and continue with persistence. Create for you and practice, practice, practice. The best form of learning for me was to just experiment without fear. Go ahead and make mistakes and never be afraid to grow and learn new tecniques.”
-Leigh Viner

“Whatever endeavor you choose to set out on, make sure it’s something that really resonates with you and that you truly, 100% love. Because if you love it, chances are you will dedicate a lot of time and focus on it, which is necessary for any entrepreneur to be successful.”
-Beeta Hashempour

“Get organized, make a plan and don’t look back!”
-Dabney Lee Woglom

“Being an employee will be a short lived experience as long as you keep that inner fire going towards doing what you truly love. ​Believe that the universe is willing to embrace and support what you desire as long as you are willing to do your part.”
-Stephanie Surtida

“Know that you are going to have to do the small stuff that makes you sweat before you become that awesome entrepreneur on Ted Talks.”
-Lauren Secchi

“Be patient with yourself and give yourself time to learn new things. Love what you do. Take the leap.”
-Evelyn Henson

“Women—especially in this field, need to have confidence in themselves and their abilities. I think women are still afraid to voice their opinions or ideas, and that needs to stop!”
-Danielle Bouchat Friedman

“You have to start somewhere. Starting small is okay! But just START! Dive in headfirst. Lose yourself a little. Dare yourself, and start believing in your own potential.”
-Eileen Hearn

“You need to be able to roll with the tide. You throw twenty ideas out there and if one sticks it’s a success.”
-Maureen Petrosky

 

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