Nigeria twitter ban

7 Tips on how to stay ahead of a social media ban : Nigeria twitter ban lessons

Nigeria Twitter ban lessons

The secret to staying ahead of the social media ban: Some of the lessons we learnt from the recent Nigeria twitter ban on How to keep your business running smoothly and stay ahead of your competitors.
If you use social media, then this is for you.
Many businesses use various social media platforms to advertise, increase their business reach, to pitch and reach attractive clients, while others just use social media as their only marketing tool, (this is a wrong move).
We all know this month, popular social media platform Twitter was banned in Nigeria affecting various business owners and the state by which they handle their business, and the question on every one’s mind is “What will happen to other platform and how long will this ban last?”
So, this is a little something we put together on how to stay ahead of the curve, incase the ban gets more serious.
We present to you, “drumroll please”, Ways to promote your business and engage with your audience without using social media ??.

So read through and we hope you’re able to pick one or two things there

The key points are :

1) Use Referral, Loyalty program or Incentives

Give something back to your current and prospective customers, in terms of incentives and gifts.

2) Attend Conference and Events-

Attend events of like minded people, and use the opportunity to collaborate and partner up with others.

3) Content creation is still key-

Create valuable and quality content that can connect with your audience and share them via chats and posts.

4) Traditional marketing tactics still works-

Before the advent of social media, we loved the g’ol days of using Business cards, PR, Cold-calling, Flyers and Posters.

5) Cultivate your Fan base-

Your Fan is your Tribe, connect with them and empower them with your brand story and have them sharing it.

6) Create a Website- Duh!

7) Email marketing and Lead generation still rocks-

Collect leads from your website, maintain communication with them and let them know you’re still in the business of offering value to them.

So there you have it, a little something we put together for you guys. Let us which of the tips you like and feel free to drop comments of your suggestions as well.

Facebook Ads

6 steps to run Facebook ads with Facebook Ad manager

Have you been wondering which platform to run ads for your business? Facebook or Instagram? Join us on this fresh series on social media ads as we show you how you can leverage the strength of these two platforms.
Facebook and Instagram are part of the most used interactive social media platforms. People connect on these platforms daily with photos, videos, friends and family.
Many business owners use Facebook and Instagram to advertise their brands. These platforms allows them to set Targeted ads that would reach a large audience.
Facebook is older and has a larger user base, 2.38 billion monthly active users as at 2018. This is unlike Instagram, which is fast rising, created in 2010 and currently has 1 billion monthly active users.
Instagram is owned and controlled by Facebook; they both have similarities when it comes to advertising. These two work with targeting and Algorithm features.
• Targeting: Ads are displayed to users based on specific interests, location, demography and relevance. This is why you sometimes see adverts of products similar to websites you have visited in the past.
• Algorithm: Facebook and Instagram’s ads work well because it draws audience interest. When you open your Instagram or Facebook feeds, contents that interest you or are relevant to you are always at the top of the feed. This enables users to see content that they are likely to engage.

Facebook Ads

Both Instagram and Facebook Ads are managed through Facebook Ads Manager; campaigns are easily controlled from here.
If you already have a business page on Facebook, you can run ads using Facebook Business Manager – this helps to keep your business assets organized and manage your advertising activities. We will be taking you through the process of using this feature to set up your Facebook ad campaign in six straightforward steps.

  1. Create a Facebook Business Manager Account
    This is a simple step where you access the Facebook business page to set up an account. You can use this account, either to promote your business or to render Promotional services to other businesses.
  2. Add Facebook Business Page.
    You need to register your business page here, you can create one if you do not have any yet. If you are using business manager to manage a client’s Facebook page and ad account, you need to request access, in order to avoid suspicion.
  3. Add Facebook Ad Account.
    Next step while setting up your Facebook ad campaign is to include an ad account. If you do not have one already, you have to create it and ensure to state that the ad account is for your business.
  4. Fund Your Ad Account
    To create your first ad campaign, you need to set up a payment method. A lot of caution is required while setting this up. You do not want to supply the wrong details, underfund or overfund your ad account, or perform any other error as the case may be.
  5. Manage Your Facebook Assets
    With business manager, you are able to add your co-workers or third party managers if you need them to manage your business page and ad campaigns.
  6. Create Your First Ad Campaign
    Before you start the campaign, you can create a new post or use a post you already created.
    Once you have set up all your Campaign elements, you can confirm your ads order and publish.
    Instagram ads are also created using this same method, except that it involves more creativity.
    Watch this space same time next week for more on Instagram ads.
    The way your ad is set up determines how successful it will be so, at Inclide Agency, we consider it of utmost importance to put the right pegs in the right holes and leave no stone upturned. Committing your Facebook ads needs to an expert digital marketing agency like Inclide will not only help you achieve a seamless ad campaign set-up, we also ensure that your ad is taken seriously, thereby making it successful and it helps you concentrate on business while the clients look for you.
    Speak to our instant-response customer service team now.

Best Domain Name

best domain names

19 tips how to choose the best domain name for a website

Before your WordPress website becomes officially available on the Internet, you need to choose the appropriate domain name.

The domain name is actually your company name, so you need to think carefully about it before deciding.

1. Remember-able domain name.

2. It doesn’t have to be the name of your business.

3. Use keywords.

4. Choose a lasting name.

5. Avoid dashes.

6. Prefer a short domain name.

7. Try a name generator.

8. Beware of grammar.

9. Be careful of mistypes.

10. Consider the creative suffix.

11. Beware of trademarks.

12. Choose it by yourself.

13. See domain history.

14. Check its authority.

15. Check the availability through a trusted service.

16. Buy it straight with hosting.

17. Register it under your name.

18. Increase strength of your domain with SEO etc.

19. Register it as soon as possible.

That’s it, simple as A B Inclide. Not sure what Domain registra to use for registration, we are coming to that soon.


8 tips to improve website

8 Tips To Improve Your Website

8 tips to improve website

When your visitors comes to your website, can they easily determine what services are you offering? Can your visitors easily navigate through your website? Can they understand your concept?

These are really important things. The most important thing isn’t that you like your website and design, no – The most important thing is that your customer LOVES all the elements of you website.

Here are 8 important tips how you can improve your website design.

1. Get a Responsive Website Design

2. Simple Navigation is a Must

3. Loading Speed Should be the Good

4. Make a Clear Call to Action

5. Get the Most Out of Social Media

6. Reduce Choices

7. Use Photos, but it Should be the One Which is Worth a Thousand Words

8. Use Colors to Your Advantage

Once your read these tips, go to your website or ask from your clients:

“Is my website easy to use? Do we spread the right word about our brand with the website?”

If the answer is no to even one of the questions, maybe it’s time to improve little bit your website design.

Kindly Reshare let your friends and family be informed.