Social Media can suck time out of your day and especially as a business owner, you just can’t afford to sacrifice any time. Communicating transparently, honestly, and regularly with your Audience will build their trust with you over time. We, at Statusbrew, have a solution to this which aims to ease out the whole experience, thereby the feature Rule Builder.
We know campaigning on Social Media could be a hard task especially when you need to send messages to a lot of people simultaneously. We realized this pain point and came up with a solution to it. Named as ‘Multi-Select and Bulk Actions’, this feature focuses on saving your time, making interactions with your audience easier and thus increasing your productivity.
We at Statusbrew are constantly updating to provide you with the best user experience. This update focuses on saving your time at each step. Keeping this in mind, we have refurbished our Audience section with a number of new and improved features. Let me take you through a quick guide, briefly explaining the changes and positioning of various features
Evolution of communication and advertising portals has brought about a humongous change in the way people interact and strategize their marketing techniques. Social Media is the byproduct of this very evolution. This has further triggered changes in the way big businesses and brands act and interact to enhance their social media presence.
Instagram has just tightened the loop for all the spammers and fake accounts. Therefore, all the users who are trying to grow their account with too many follow/unfollow actions might face a trouble. There are chances that an account might get disabled or temporarily blocked from performing activities. Sadly, in a few cases Instagram might not even give a warning before blocking the account.
More often than not, you would have heard the term Community Resource Management at Statusbrew, previously, Unfollowers. This comes as a pack of quintessential features for growth and management at our social station. One’s community (followers and following) is a great asset for building traffic and improving social reach. Studying the structure and layers of community, and then building a follow-up on its basis can help users to understand the key elements required in one’s growth and management.
Recently, while replying to users in the support mail, I realised that one of the most potential tools at Unfollowers remain hidden and unexplored. In fact, a lot of users even suggested us to have a feature like that. That is precisely the reason for today’s blog. As reported by Adweek, nearly 70 percent of small businesses thrive on Twitter.