The Digital Marketing Digest 18 07 18

Today’s Digital Marketing Digest features content from Social Media Today, Social Media Examiner and Hubspot. In less than half an hour, you will learn how to avoid being unfollowed on Twitter, how to bulk schedule posts on Facebook for free and 9 alternatives to using the standard ‘Dear Sir/Madam’ in your emails.

15 Alarming Twitter Stats That Show Why People Unfollow You

This Social Media Today infographic covers the 15 most common reasons people unfollow you on Twitter. Be careful not to tweet too much, overly self promote and make sure your content is not boring or repetitive. Read the rest of the article to learn what else to avoid if you want to get more engagement on Twitter.

How to Bulk Schedule Facebook Posts Without Paid Tools

You don’t need automation software to schedule your Facebook content. If you have the time, you can use free tools like Facebook Publishing Tools. According to experts, doing it this way can improve your organic reach. This Social Media Examiner guide takes you through the process step by step.

Why You Need to Stop Using ‘Dear Sir or Madam’ (And 9 Alternatives)

Guilty? I am! I will be sticking to the alternatives suggested in this Hubspot article in future. I always wondered what to do if I can’t find a specific person to email. Hubspot explains what to do. Send an email via the ‘contact us’ page on the site for the company and ask for contact details of the person you wish to reach out to.

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