5 Ways To Grow Your Social Media Presence Over The Holiday Season

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The holidays are a time to restart, renew, and refresh – not only ourselves, but our social media timelines. The weather outside may be frightful, but your account is burning up with opportunities to expand your reach. Here are just a few ways to take advantage of this festive time.

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How Can Small Businesses Offer Products In Different Ways During COVID?

  Small businesses continue to be affected by lockdowns and consumer hesitation due to COVID-19. Even when life returns to relative normalcy, the events of the last year and a half have changed how people shop. Rather than seeing it as an insurmountable obstacle, you can see it as an opportunity to move onto all…

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Five Major Ways Social Media Changed Last Year

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2020 was a pretty game-changing year for social media. Everyone had a little more time to spend on it, trying to take a break from the pandemic and create new experiences to share while staying apart. Many small businesses saw this as an opportunity when lockdowns slowed down foot traffic; combined with some new social…

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Three Ways to Spend Your Remaining Marketing Budget For 2020

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After crunching the numbers, you might find yourself with a bit of a surplus in the old marketing budget. You can make the most of this opportunity by using this money to build a solid foundation for 2021! Here are three ways to spend your remaining marketing money to strengthen your promotions in the new…

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What’s New In Instagram?

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Instagram has always been one of the best platforms for small businesses. The simplicity and ease-of-use make it very accessible, but there are so many features that can turn it from an image-sharing app to a key part of your business. 2020 saw the release of many new features, including Guides, automatic closed captioning, Rights…

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#SmallBusinessThatRocks: Old North Psychology

As we near the end of 2020, it’s hard not to think about the word trust. Londoners have spent most of the last year putting a lot of trust in each other and hoping that others return the sentiment. The SlyFox team knows it well in a business sense, as websites do a lot of…

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Should Your Website Have Online Chat?

Does your business make customer service easy? Small businesses set up websites for many reasons, including how they improve the handling of complaints and issues. Customers can be hesitant to pick up the phone and call a support line – these days, they want immediacy, convenience, and to know that someone is on the other…

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How To Ask For Credit If Your Content Is Being Repurposed On Social Media

Sharing is one of the best parts of the internet. Asking for permission before regramming or reposting someone else’s social media content is pretty basic etiquette. But not everyone thinks this way – they will take a piece of content and share it on their personal or business pages without thinking about who made it…

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