But only if you’ve done everything else first.
By Sandi Smith Leyva The Accountant’s Accelerator Social media is all the rage, and there’s lots of pressure on small business owners – from friends, coaches and especially social media vendors – to get you to use social media in your marketing. In most cases, we like to talk accounting practice owners OUT of social media marketing (and we’re one of those vendors who will set up and maintain your social media accounts for you, so we turn down an awful lot of business). Here’s why, and here are the five biggest social media mistakes accountants make:
By Sandi Smith Leyva Author, “10 Keys to Doubling Your Revenues” Your LinkedIn profile is just as important as your website these days. It’s not uncommon at all for small business owners to check out your profile before contacting you. If your profile doesn’t measure up, then you might not get the lead. Here are five ideas to get the most out of your LinkedIn profile.
Making CSR business-worthy. By Sean Stein Smith, CPA, CMA, CGMA A Fresh Pair of Eyes The environmental impact of business has arguably never been more examined than in the current business environment.
by Hitendra Patil Pransform Do you feel your social media efforts are NOT really profiting you the way you expected? Ask the question “What is the one most important thing in the Internet world?” and the most common answer you will get is “relevancy.” Let’s take the example of what you are doing right now. You are on the CPA Trendlines website because you have come to trust that it really gives you relevant actionable intelligence — so you revisit many times to benefit from the fresh insights relevant to you and your profession.
If Facebook has a say, maybe yes. Four things your firm needs to know. by Becky Livingston Royal Apple Marketing If your firm has a Facebook page with any number of followers, a new app could easily replace other conference video chats and webinar platforms for learning and development, content, development projects, and more.
Someone you know is probably already doing it. by Becky Livingston Royal Apple Marketing With Pinterest gaining so much momentum, it’s important to be prepared for the potential marketing opportunities in this space. Like other social media platforms, this one allows other people to “re-pin” and “like” your content, as well as to comment on your pins. Here are five ways you can leverage the power of Pinterest—with over 11 million users—to help you with your marketing mix, including lead generation, sales, and branding: