Month: November 2016

How to Never Run Out of Social Media Content

Welcome to Episode 69 of the Ask Darrel podcast. On this episode we’re going to talk about how to never run out of social media content.

At some point you might run out of social media content. Or at least you think you’ve run out of social media content. So today, we’re going to talk about four ways you can avoid running out of social media content.

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Reaching Generation Z

Welcome to Episode 68 of the Ask Darrel podcast. On this episode we’re going to talk about reaching Generation Z.

Now let’s be clear Generation Z is different than Generation Y, and we need to know the difference in order to reach them. That’s one of the many topics we’re going to cover in today’s episode.

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How to Manage Your Social Media with Post Planner

Today, I’m going to walk you through the tool that I’m using to manage my personal social media… Post Planner.

The best thing about Post Planner is that it’s very easy to curate your favorite sources of inspiration and then post them on social media. Post Planner is also very good at telling you what will gain the most traction.

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3 Tips on Managing Generation Z

We’re not talking about Generation Y. Nope. We’re talking about Generation Z (anyone born from 1995-2009) and some tips on managing them.

This is the first year that I’m working with Generation Z on my staff, and I’m starting to notice some differences between them and the rest of the team. So today, I want to talk through some of the research I’m finding and three tips to managing Generation Z.

And yes… I cut myself shaving again.

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Four Lessons from Vine’s Collapse

Welcome to Episode 67 of the Ask Darrel podcast. On this episode we’re going to talk about demise of the social network Vine.

While Vine was popular at it’s peak, it couldn’t keep it up with Snapchat and all the competitors who dealt with short video format. So what lessons can we learn from this? Listen to this episode to find out.

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