The world is chaotic now, there is no way around it. Certainly, we all wake up each day and aren’t quite sure what will come next. So, what exactly can we do about this? Adrienne has come up with seven tips that can help your business gain its balance again. Not all will work for everyone, but these tips can at least help center you, and make it so that when you are ready to go, you can. Listen in this week as Adrienne and Lacey from Spry share their thoughts and ideas on how to Pivot Your Social Media or Business During a Crisis.
It feels like everyone is going live these days to connect with one another. Brands, celebrities, authors, musicians, social media managers... It also feels like every platform is offering live options. Going live on your social media account can be nerve-racking at first, but in times like these, it's important to check-in and connect with your community. Listen in as Seth and Lacey from Spry talk about the benefits of going live and give you a Beginners Guide to Facebook Live.
They say misery loves company and I feel like we are all experiencing that on a global scale right now. We have had to lift each other up more than once here at Spry during this pandemic. At first, we were like “hey world, you’re going to love remote working, it’s amazing,” and “Why yes, I know how to do a Zoom meeting"... But then came the trolls. Listen as Amber and Lacey from Spry help us to navigate Social Media During a Global Pandemic.
Did you know that you have the ability to manage what content ends up in your social media feeds? When you login to Facebook or Instagram, you have the power to tell the social media platform what content to put into that stream. Tune in is as Lacey from Spry discusses The Effects of Social Media Engagement on Your Feed and teaches you How to Curate Your Own Social Media Feeds to make you more happy.
Managing remote teams is Lacey's jam. She's been doing it most of her career. Now that everyone's remote working due to COVID-19, we want to share as much of our insight as possible. We’ve spent 10 years practicing the art of leading remote teams and we can help you move down the path of chaos into the frame of productivity. Listen as Lacey from Spry guides you in your practice of Leading Your Newly Remote Team.
Instagram is quickly becoming one of the top social media platforms with over a billion active monthly users. Knowing how to increase traffic to your Instagram can be a powerful marketing strategy for reaching more customers, building brand awareness and increasing sales. Listen as Lacey and Adrienne from Spry analyze 6 key strategies to drive more traffic to your Instagram.
What is an Instagram “husband” you ask? It’s basically a back-pocket photographer. You’re out on a walk and you look amazing, but you have no professional photographer along with you? So you look to your partner and say, “Can you take a photo of me?” You know there are some people who are great at this, and others who are less great. Well at Spry, we believe in #alwayslearning, so if you want to learn to be an Instagram “husband,” or want your partner to learn to be one, Listen as Adrienne and Lacey from Spry discuss how to Train Your Partner to be a Good Instagram “Husband”
Though we work with social media every single day, it is nice sometimes to take a step back and think about the basics. Some simple truths about these platforms that we all love so much. Listen in as Seth and Lacey from Spry discuss Five Social Media Truths for 2020.
Once you start managing a Facebook business page, one of the most gratifying things to see is the “Likes” count go up. It’s a sure sign your content is resonating with your audience and it adds metrics when reporting to stakeholders. What are some ways to move the needle towards a larger following? Listen in as Seth and Lacey from Spry contemplate growing your following by Inviting People to Like Your Facebook Page.
You’d need to be stuck in a hole to miss the anxiety, cancellations, and general unrest that the global virus is causing. As news of the disease spreads, hundreds of businesses that rely on daily foot traffic for business are now empty. Think about small coffee shops, lunch joints, and gas stations that have been abandoned. On top of the day-to-day traffic that has ceased, events and conferences have been canceled. What can we all do to take care of each other during times of upheaval? Listen as Adrienne and Lacey from Spry breakdown, Social Distancing: Find Your Tribe Online