What’s Your Social Media Strategy?

post by Stephanie Nelson It would seem, based on how often we’re asked by clients and friends, the biggest questions in social media are: “What should I post?” and “How often should I post?” This may seem like a cheesy, cop-out answer, but the best answer is, “Post what matters to you and your audience…

social media marketing vs digital marketing | SEO & Social Media Maven Stephanie Nelson | SBN Marketing

Social Media Marketing vs Digital Marketing

post by Stephanie Nelson Recently, I was asked to define the difference between social media marketing and digital marketing. Here was my answer: Social media marketing incorporates solely social media outlets – Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+, etc. Some practitioners may expand the definition to include social profile outlets like Yelp, Google My Business –…

content marketing speaks to client pain points | SEO and Social Media Maven Stephanie Nelson

What’s Your Niche’s Pain Point?

post by Stephanie Nelson When it comes to your content marketing – and ultimately to making sales – a lot of times, the answer lies in how you present your solution to your potential clients’ pain points. Put simply: What do you put out there that makes people think you can solve their problems? You…

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Creating Images for Social Media & Websites

post by Stephanie Nelson I’ve been hearing a lot of chatter – both in the social media industry and from small business owners – about graphics for posts and where they come from. In a past life, long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away, I created any graphic I was going to use…

Can We Connect? (Part 2)

post by Stephanie Nelson A while back, I wrote a post on the “etiquette” (for lack of a better word) of connecting on LinkedIn. Item #2 in my list said, “…when you’re changing that connection message, tell how you know the person and/or why you’d like to be connected. That background information is key.” I’ve…