As a social media strategist, one of the top questions I address for the clients I work on is how they are doing on social and what they could be doing better. This post will walk you through some of the key aspects to answering...

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...

Establishing a singular and unique brand voice can be a difficult undertaking. Harnessing that brand voice and implementing it in successful community engagement can be even harder. Hardest of all, however, is evoking and maintaining multiple, distinct brand voices when working for several diverse clients. While...

For seasonal brands, one of the toughest times of the year is those off-season months when consumers aren't really looking for the products and services they offer. How does a brand stay top of mind  for their fans during these times of the year? Well,...

With so many Facebook and Instagram ad options available—plus all of the new ones constantly being rolled out—it’s important to do your homework before you jump into creating your ads. Without the proper research, you could be creating ads that that won’t help you meet...

Creating content sounds simple enough on paper, right? But it’s anything but simple when you’re looking at a content deadline on your calendar and don’t know where to go from there. To keep your sanity, and to keep your clients happy, there’s a process that...

Creating a strong brand identity on social media has many facets, but one of the most important is the development of the brand voice. Here are a few steps for establishing your brand’s voice for social. 1) KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE Think about what your current followers want...

Want to get your fans and followers excited, a great way to do that is to run a sweepstakes for a chance to win a prize sponsored by your brand. It’s a way to show that you appreciate their loyalty and also entice their connections...

Building a social media team is no easy task. This team is usually a subset under the digital or communications department at a company. According to an infographic by Go-Gulf, the majority of social teams are fewer than four people. The size of social teams...