A quick google search for B2B lead generation strategies will get you tons of results. And boy, do I mean TONS. The only problem? Every blog, website, post, and podcast, has something different to say. In fact, B2B lead generation strategies and kind of like weight loss tips. Everyone swears they’ve found the one and […]
If someone saw your content on a different channel, or without your logo attached, would they know that it came from your brand? Without careful planning, you could end up with content produced in a jumbled assortment of tones and voices which may not use language consistently or provide a clear and consistent image of your brand.
More common in larger organizations and often exacerbated by external entities like agencies and freelancers, an inconsistent brand experience can nevertheless be a problem for businesses of all size.
Though some might think a brand that sounds human is more important than one with a consistent tone, a brand voice isn’t necessarily about sounding non-human: it just means creating a voice that is consistent, and positioning your organization as an authoritative and easily recognizable source of information for your area of expertise.
Facebook is far from dead.
It grew another 18% in the last year alone, pushing it further ahead of any other potential competitor.
And people are still devoting at least an hour each day to checking out what their family and friends are up to.
The problem, though, is that the volume of content being published to Facebook continues to explode.
That means that the network has gotten even more aggressive in policing the information, filtering out the irrelevant stuff so that users aren’t completely bombarded the moment they sign in.
But that also means your ability to reach your own fans is fading. Facebook itself has even admitted you might not be able to reach any of them one day!
Fortunately, there are still a few steps you can take to reclaim the fans that you worked so hard to attract.