Instagram Story Captioning

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If you are one of the 86.6% of Instagram users who share stories, then you will want to learn about the Instagram story captioning service. It is easy to use and requires no additional apps to create. Let’s take a look at how to caption your stories and why it would be advantageous for you […]

Top 5 Trends in Social Media for Small Businesses

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I get asked “What’s next?” a lot when it comes to social media in 2021. It’s such a subjective answer because I can’t see the future of course, but I can see trends! With that in mind, I wanted to share my top 10 trends in social media that I think are most relevant to […]

5 Reasons You Should Use Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing

We believe at Dogwood that not only is digital marketing generally more affordable, but it is the most effective way to reach your audience. When you consider the benefits, digital marketing is one of the most crucial steps your business can take in expanding your audience and brand awareness. With that in mind, we condensed […]

Completely Automating Your Social Inbox

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As a business owner there are a lot of things you are juggling at one time- replying to messages on social media is on that list. Let’s discuss ways of automating your social inbox to save you time, stay in touch with your audience, and maintain your sanity.  What do you mean by “Automating Your […]

How to Audit Your Social Media

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Most businesses are already on social media in some form or fashion. While this is good, it is only the first step! Businesses also need to know how to utilize their social media channels for the good of their company. It all starts with a solid strategy, but too often this strategy is lacking. How […]

5 Questions to Ask When Creating Content

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Recently, Brian and I were panelists on a webinar about social media content and how to best use your platforms to reach your desired audience. During that webinar, someone asked us if memes were appropriate content. For this particular group, the answer (in my opinion) was a resounding no, but we also walked them through […]

Twitter’s Bombshell Moment

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For those not in the know; Twitter announced a host of new features at their investor conference last week. Hidden in that barrage of announcements was something that I had been waiting for and predicting for quite some time: “The Superfollow.” They spent almost no time on it except for a couple of example slides. […]

What to Post When You Don’t Know What to Post

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We work with a wide variety of clients building social media content to post each week. Sometimes, just like writers get “writer’s block,” as digital media specialists we get “content block.” Sounds silly, but it’s true! What do we do when we have one of those days? We reach into our ever-faithful vault of social […]

Making the Most of Your User-Generated Content

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Just this week I was strolling social media and I saw a perfect example of user-generated content. A friend shared a video of a mom raving about her new vacuum cleaner. Her new household vacuum cleaner was in fact a Rigid Shop Vac! These are normally for industrial use but she went on and on […]

Why a Facebook Pixel is Essential for Your Site

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Have you ever heard of a Facebook pixel? This past weekend I experienced one in action. I visited a website looking for a dress to wear to an upcoming wedding. I added one to my cart but did not complete the sale. Later that night when I browsed Facebook, an ad for the very website […]