The internet never takes a break. There’s always someone online, and, more often than not, it’s quite a few someones. When you’re job is to manage a social media presence for a major brand, it can be hard to know exactly where to draw the...

Our newest white paper, Mindset in the Moment, describes five important pillars of consideration that goes into every piece of content that we create. The fifth and final pillar is "healthy disruption," and requires an understanding of the channel and your audience to be successfully...

A lot of planning goes into creating a single social media post. Our newest white paper, “Mindset in the Moment” has 5 key ideas to keep in mind to ensure that your social media posts are the best they can be. One of the more...

Maintaining the security of your brand’s social media channels is something that isn’t always top of mind, but it should be. There are many examples of mishaps from brands that could have been prevented with more channel security, from accidental personal posts, to hijacked accounts....

With the amount of content posted daily on social media, marketers have the blink of an eye to make their content stand out amongst all of the other noise. Which is a challenge. Think about who you’re competing with in your audience’s news feed— other...

Making your audience love your content is one of the biggest challenges social media marketers face. That’s why here at Ignite, we developed our Mindset in the Moment™ approach, to help guide us on the where, what, when, how and why of creating great social...

Here at Ignite Social Media, we pride ourselves on creating people-first content. Over the last ten years, that has evolved many times to reach our newest iteration, Mindset in the Moment™. This approach is based on reaching people with content they will engage with, at...

Pardon me while I use my best grandpa voice.  Back when Ignite started in 2007, social media was a simpler time. Myspace was the top social media site, Facebook was new, and we were fine with it. We didn't have all these newfangled networks to keep up...