Filtering by tag: "social media"
Post Image

Four Reasons Why Social Media Connection is Crucial During COVID-19 – And Four Ways to Engage

The global spread of COVID-19 has changed the landscapes of many institutions, and social media is no exception. Businesses need to find creative ways to stay present in their customers’ minds, and social media - a contact-free tool - is going to play a huge role in working toward this goal.A July post on Social Media Today shared some predictions made by marketers about the future of social media in a post-COVID world, including theories that creative skills will be more valuable and that “honesty,...

Read More >
Post Image

Join in on the Action of the FGIA Annual Conference with Social Media

Will you be attending the inaugural FGIA Annual Conference in Ft. Lauderdale next week? I will be there, live tweeting from conference speaker presentations and Instagramming our members enjoying beach parties and other networking events. Everything across platforms will include the event hashtag #FGIAconf so be sure to follow along.These are some of FGIA’s social media platforms:Twitter: @FGIAonlineInstagram: @FGIA_onlineLinkedIn: @FGIAonlineFacebook: @FGIAonlineYouTube: @FGIAVideoChannelI don’t want to give any spoilers for what’s to come, but if you will be at the conference in person, it might be...

Read More >
Post Image

Consumer Safety, Plant Safety of Equal Import

We all know how much emphasis our industry puts on plant safety, and rightly so – safety in manufacturing is a critical matter. However, it’s just as important to get safety information and awareness to customers. That’s why AAMA is actively involved in the promotion of window safety. Take time this spring to share window safety tips with your customers during Window Safety Week, the first full week of April (April 7-13 this year). The pre-designed 2019 Window Safety Week Tool Kit makes it easy...

Read More >
Post Image

Share Window Safety Resources on Social Media This Spring

This is an updated version of a blog post that originally ran in April 2017.They say March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb – we are still in the lion days, but at least it is almost spring. This change of seasons means it’s almost time for warm weather and open windows letting in fresh air. It also means it is time to brush up on some window safety tips, since open windows can be dangerous for young children who are...

Read More >
Post Image

Lay Out Social Media Plans Now for Success in 2019

A previous version of this post ran on the Socially Speaking blog in December 2016.Now that 2018 has passed, it’s time to begin planning for the new year. While companies probably have 2019 budget plans worked out, it’s not a bad idea to give an organization’s social media presence a little extra attention, too. Here are some ideas for content you can create and share, as well as some tips for how to make sure your social media plans get off on the right foot...

Read More >