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There’s a new Facebook Live Update. Unlike Instagram’s, there is nothing broken so far!

For all us regular folks, we can now livestream through pages! Since the first Live update, it was pretty much exclusive to celebrities and verified businesses. This is something we’re really excited about and one of the updates that we’ve really been looking forward to. If you’ve been keeping up with us recently, you’ll know that we’ve been experimenting with LIVE and Snapchat (Add us – Optician1), and have been waiting for this update for a while now. Facebook’s also added the options to livestream on groups and events. From Facebook’s official statement “ Live in Groups allows you to broadcast to just the people in the Facebook Group – so you can go live in your family group, or share a workout plan in a fitness group. Live in Events means you can go live from a birthday party to allow those that can’t make it to join the fun, and a performer can go live backstage to the people who’ve RSVP-ed to the event to give them a sneak peak. You can even use Events to schedule a live Q&A session.”

 

As part of this update, Facebook have started getting created and have added the option to switch through filters in-stream, “coming soon we’ll add the ability to draw or doodle on your video while live.”

Another feature added this week, and probably one of my favourite additions added by Facebook, is Live Map.

Facebook Live Map

“People don’t want to miss out on great broadcasts that are live right now. So today, we’re starting to roll out a dedicated place on Facebook’s mobile app where you can discover live video that the world is talking about, live video from the friends and creators that matter most to you, and live video on topics you’re interested in.” – Facebook

 

If you want the full story  from Facebook, here’s the official announcement.

If you feel that you can’t handle your business’ social media, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Loving Social Media, your friendly social media agency in London HERE!

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Need to know if you’re using social media effectively? Don’t have time to sit on your computer 24/7? These are my favourite tools to help when you’re low on time, let you know if you are on the up – and how to improve your strategy – from the friendly Social Media Company in London!

 

1. Facebook Analyzer – Likealyzer

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LikeAlyzer helps you to measure and analyze the potential and effectiveness of your Facebook Pages. It allows you to monitor, compare and explore all the possibilities of your Facebook Page by evaluating your activity to ensure your success on one of the most popular social networks in the world.

2. Twitter Analyzer – Mokumax Twitter Grader

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Forget complicated and difficult to understand Twitter analytics. Mokumax’s simple and easy to use interfaces will guide you and/or your business to success. This website shows you what you’re doing wrong instead of trying to tirelessly figure it out on your own. It also gives you the tools to fix what’s broken!

3. Website Scanner – Nibbler

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Nibbler is a free tool for testing websites. Enter the address of any website and Nibbler will give you a report scoring the website out of 10 for key areas, including accessibility, SEO, social media and technology.

4. Schedule in Instagram Posts – Latergramme

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Latergramme is helping social media users manage their visual content. Latergramme is the easiest, most convenient way to schedule and manage your Instagram posts. With clean and easy to use web and mobile apps, Latergramme provides an effective visual social media marketing solution at the swipe of your fingers.

5. Schedule in Tweets – TweetDeck

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The most powerful Twitter tool for real-time tracking, organizing, and engagement. Reach your audiences and discover the best of Twitter. You can see who’s communicating with you over a number of different accounts, monitor key words and the competition! TweetDeck is owned by Twitter.

6. Create Free Graphics – Canva

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Okay, so this won’t help you save time – but it can help you save money! Design presentations, social media graphics, and more with thousands of beautiful layouts with Canva. There is a lot of graphics and pictures you can use on here fore free – but some items cost $1 each.

Social media is a beast, and these tools help to manage it. If you feel that you can’t handle your business’ social media, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Loving Social Media, your friendly social media company in London HERE!

Today was the big day. The new Instagram timeline update to put the more relevant post on your was being released today, which didn’t go down well with users who took to Twitter to vent their frustrations at the changes. One woman has even started a petition on change.org to revert the decision, and has over 300,000 signatures currently.

The update was announced earlier in March, when CEO Kevin Systrom explained in a recent interview “On average, people miss about 70 percent of the posts in their Instagram feed, What this is about is making sure that the 30 percent you see is the best 30 percent possible.”

The only way around this? Turn on the notifications for accounts you want to keep up with.

This wasn’t the only problem for Instagram. Want to log out? Good luck as it’s disappeared.

Instagram Log Out Missing

Yes, it’s literally disappeared of the app. The only way to sign in and out of accounts is to delete the app and re-install it.

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Instagram has responded to the complaints about the logging out errors, but it remains to be seen if they will backtrack on the timeline update.

For now, the Instagram timeline update looks like it will be staying, but should the petition reach a huge figure, it could cause them to rethink the changes.

To keep updated on the situation, make sure you are following us on Twitter @lovingsocialmed!

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How To Gain Instagram Followers from your favourite Social Media Managers in London

 

There are many ways to gain Instagram followers. One effective way I found to gain Instagram’s Is a app called ‘Insta Follow’ which allows you to earn coins by following people automatically for you then with them coins you can earn followers, they come automatically and the process is really simple and quick.

Pros for Personal Cons for personal Pros for a business Cons for a buiness
Gain followers quickly Receive some hateful comments Receive mass attention Not specific to target audience
Receive some likes Most followers are inactive Builds up a good social representation for business Inactive followers
Builds your ‘Insta fame’ Reputation
Gain some comments

 

 

Another effective way to gain attention on Instagram is # hashtags, people search for popular hashtags such as #likeforlikes, a app that will load relevant hashtags is ‘Tags for Likes’ also you can follow a mass amount of people randomly and wait for them to follow back.

Pros for personal Cons for personal Pros for a business Cons for a business
Receive mass likes Takes a while for likes to come through Receive specific attention from target audience Looks unprofessional and messy
Receive some followers

 

One way young people gain mass follower is doing ‘SFS’ which is Shoutouts for Shoutouts, it means you post their picture and they post yours and from that people will follow if interested in you.

Pros for personal Cons for personal Pros for a business Cons for a business
Receive  mass followers Receive some hate which can resolve into conflict Receive mass attention to the brand Looks unprofessional and messy
Receive mass likes Can drain your personal image due to shouting out so much Receive mass clicks to website if in company’s Insta bio
Receive mass comments

If you are confused by this and need your help, call the award winning Social Media Managers in London, Loving Social Media on 020 3846 8888

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We are the only Social Media Company in London who were in the finalists for the Just IT Apprenticeship Awards 2016! As a former employee at Just IT, I nominated Loving Social Media  for employers of the year. So Friday afternoon, Garry and I started our journey to Central London.

We arrived there just as the event was starting, and managed to quickly get some drinks and do a Facebook live stream before the event started. We briefly had time to talk with some of the competitors about the event, what awards they were up for and got them into our stream! The CEO of Just I.T, Simon Perriton kicked off the event and introduced us to two speakers, one of whom was a former apprentice at Just I.T who had gone on to have become an entrepreneur and started his own business called WeGym.

After the two guest speakers, it was now time for the announcement for the individual awards! Unfortunately, I didn’t submit my application for Social Media for Business or the Apprentice of the Year award in time, but nevertheless I was still going to enjoy myself at the awards. Here’s all the winners of the awards

Winner of Best Development Apprentice  – Wayne Donaghy from TPG Design

Winner of Best Social Media for Business Apprentice – Alima Khutan from Tower Hamlets

Winner of Best I.T Networking & Support Apprentice – Javier Damas from Herbert Smith Freehills

Winner of CompTIA Award – Aisha Kareem from T Rowe Price

Now it was time. We knew it was coming, and our nerves started to kick in. It didn’t help us the format in which they announced it – 3rd Place, 2nd Place, 1st. We ended up second, which is not that bad. The winners had multiple apprentices who had nominated them, so It seemed like they were destined to win, but I’m still happy with the result.

 

Where are you looking Garry? 1st, 2nd & 3rd place for Employers of The Year
Where are you looking Garry? 1st, 2nd & 3rd place for Employers of The Year

I’m not quite sure Garry knows where the camera is in this picture! Congratulations to Nomura on winning Employer of The Year, but next time we’ll be the winners, and be the first Social Media Company in London to win the award. This blog would have looked much better and I would have felt better writing ‘Just IT Employer of The Year Winners’ rather than ‘Just I.T Employer of The Year Finalists’, but we just have to move on and look forward.

Thanks to Just I.T for hosting Loving Social Media, we look forward to your next awards!

Here’s a bonus post-awards ceremony video!

 

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Restaurant

It’s 2016, and nobody’s just going to walk into a restaurant. Before anyone goes out to Dinner, they search for restaurants online. Your potential customers are taking a look at your menu, seeing what you have to offer without entering. Online has now become a big part of your business, whether you like it or not and you need to be using it to your advantage to attract more customers.

While most have got the basics set up – Facebook, Instagram & Twitter, most aren’t as active and are letting customers slip away. For those who realized early on what it could do for them, they are reaping the rewards of it. More bookings, an engaged community and and the ability to keep your customers from turning their heads to competitors are only a few of the benefits of being active on social. Many don’t think to have a customer loyalty programme in their business, but it keeps them coming back to you and bringing friends, family or associates to you and spreading the word. And not only are they telling it to all their friends, but when they check in to your restaurant, all of their friends get to see that they’ve been into your place.

It’s all well and good you having a strategy in plan, but there are things that are far more important you need to be doing to really step up your restaurants presence online.

1. Encouraging customers to check in.

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You should have at least have a check-in sign somewhere in your restaurant. Whether it’s sticker on the wall or a board saying something along the lines of ‘We’re Social Media Friendly! Like our Facebook page and Check in ….’ and offer a small incentive like a free refill on their drinks for example. No customer will refuse this, it’s barely anything for them but for you it’s huge. You can now interact with them once they leave your restaurant, and provide them with excellent customer service online that’ll stick with them, and they won’t forget you. Besides building a relationship with them, all of their friends and family members on Facebook have now seen you.

2. Video

Over the past few years, video has evolved massively. With the likes of Vine, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, Video is becoming a very hug you have a huge amount of platforms to show how your brand is different to the rest. I’ve not seen many restaurants using video, and this is a huge advantage to you, you can start something unique that’ll have your customers getting excited. Here’s an example from La Porchetta, they haven’t hired out a huge camera crew to film something, they’ve just gotten out their phones while the chef is having fun with the Pizza.

Look at him go!

Posted by La Porchetta on Thursday, July 23, 2015

Looking at that, it’s pretty impressive, but not as impressive as you going to the restaurant and seeing that with your own eyes, instead of behind the screen. Next time I went in there for a Pizza, I’d even try and request for the Chef,

3. Location Data & Adverts

More and more of your potential customers are downloading apps such as Trip Advisor, Yelp, Foursquare etc.. and are waiting to find you. If you aren’t already on there, you should be. Millions of people visit those websites looking for the next best place to try, whether they are visiting from another country, or are just looking to switch up from the usual, you need to be with the top 4 (Yelp, Trip Advisor, Foursquare, Google Local) and encouraging your regular customers to leave reviews for you. Good or bad, it doesn’t matter, as if you’ve got 10 5* reviews, it might not look authentic. Instead of deleting the negative ones, respond in a positive matter, see if you can try and make it up to the customer so that when people are viewing your page, they are seeing genuine reviews from a variety of different people.

You should also be allocating a small budget to advertising on Facebook. With the developments on Facebook with ads and graph search, you can get detailed to the people you want to target, such as ‘I want this to go to WOMEN who are between 30 and 65+, whose favourite interests involve eastenders and eating Pizza’. Especially if you are a small business without not much money for huge campaign, you can use adverts to target the locals in your area, and it won’t clear out your bank balance.

4. Content from the customer

If your food tastes good and looks amazing, then your customers will want to share it. Millions of people are sharing what they are eating every day, when your customers are sharing what they’ve just eaten to all their friends on Instagram, it’s a great endorsement for you. For better awareness, create your own hashtag. Not only does it give you something to share, but it’s also an online database of your menu.

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A great example from Catch 122 in Vancouver, Canada. They’ve created the hashtag #Catch112Menu, which they use with all of their posts, and have got their customers engaging in it. In their position, I would get a Instagram stream of the widget onto their website, so potential customers can see all these endorsements from regular customers, and have a look at what’s on offer, rather than stock images that certain restaurants have, that turn out looks nothing like what was expected.

Dominos had a great campaign a few years ago,  where they had customers use a hashtag, and they would take £0.01 price off a certain pizza. Not only was it a very successful campaign in getting their audience engaging with them, but having people sharing with them where they’re eating their orders from.

Dominos Pizza U.K. Example

If you didn’t understand any of this blog and need help with your social media, get in contact with us!

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Guess what? We’ve written our first book!
Want to find out more about ‘Social Media and Digital Strategy for Opticians’?

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As some of you already know, Loving Social Media are an establish social media company in London, who specialise in social media for opticians. Why opticians? The CEO of the company, Garry Kousoulou, founded the company after his own use with social media for his opticians practice was very successful. The company started helping local business raise their online visibility and profitability, and it’s snowballed since!

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We launched the book “Social Media and Digital Strategy for Opticians” at the Optical Exhibition ‘100% Optical’ at the Excel Centre on February 6th. Here’s a little about the book:

“This is the world’s first book teaching Social Media for Opticians! After years of using social media effectively for his practice Goodlooking Optics, Garry Kousoulou has written a book to share his knowledge in Social Media for Opticians. With this book, you’ll be taught how to use Social Media for your practice, gain more appointments, getting your opticians to the top of the search engine rankings and many more!”

Published by Loving Social Media Publications – ISBN: 9781526200778

The book is now available to buy for a limited time only at the special price of £25.00 HERE!

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As dynamic experts, Loving Social Media are known for delivering bold digital communication campaigns that strengthen business reputations and help increase revenue.
Every campaign is geared toward achieving the client’s business goals and we do this by using our years of marketing experience and ensuring we are always at the cutting edge of social media knowledge.
Our services span social media strategy, consultancy, creative thinking and ensuring online management of your company’s brand values and visual identity. This Social Media Company in London take the fear out of not knowing what Social Media is and how to use it; both through one to one sessions and their extremely popular Social Media Workshops.

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Opticians and Social Media: 3 Tips for Opticians on Social Media

5 Tips for Opticians and Social Media
How to use Social Media for Opticians

It’s 2016, your customers aren’t wandering around the high street looking for you. They are searching online looking for Opticians, browsing through your social media pages, and judging you before they’ve even taken a step in. For every one person that enters your store, there are plenty who decided to visit a rival because they have a better social media presence.

Many Opticians have the basics set up – Facebook, Twitter and the rare one with an Instagram account every now and then – but they’re not really utilizing it. They’re harming their chances at given their practice a wider demographic. For example, if an optician in Stamford hill is utilizing social media properly, they can get their practice noticed across North London.

It could be that they don’t have a Social Media strategy in place, which is why they aren’t using it as much, but here are 3 tips for Opticians on what they need to be doing on Social Media…

  1. Consistent & Engaging posts

A lot of Opticians are only posting maybe, once or twice a month. For many of them, Social Media is still a thing that only teenagers use, but they need to get this out of their mind-set and realise that social media is a place where they can market their practice. You can’t expect to post once a month, and come back for the next month with 2,000 new likes and the phone ringing off the hook. You have to be posting engaging content consistently, having your audience talking and sharing your posts is what you want. According to this article, the average Facebook user has 338 friends, When a user shares one of your posts, everyone who is on their friends list sees that post. It’s not only getting your posts seen by more people, but the user is recommending your page by sharing your content with their friends and family.

  1. Videos

Over the past few years, Facebook Video has started to blow up. It’s now become the best type of post for pages on Facebook, and you can reach more of your audience with videos. There are other great platforms for you to use such as YouTube, Vine, Instagram and there’s also the rise in live-streaming with Periscope & Meerkat taking off in 2015. Using video is such a great option for your brand, you can show your followers the behind the scenes of what goes on at your practice, testimonials from customers or showcase a new selection of frames, there’s a lot you can do that’ll create engagement.

  1. User-generated Content

If you’re providing an outstanding service and making your patients feel happy, your customers are going to let people know about this. They’ll be on Facebook, Twitter, Yelp and Google leaving you 5* reviews. They’re telling all of their friends how great of a service they had to all of their friends and have just become your biggest advocate. Having a personal endorsement is your single best marketing tool. If one of your friends/family members were praising a restaurant over and over again, why wouldn’t you try there? You trust them, and validate their opinion. When a customer is bragging to their friends over social, it’s even better. You’ve got to take notice of these customers who are constantly liking and sharing your stuff, make them feel noticed and that you appreciate their support. It shows that you care about the customer, and they feel valued that you are even responding to them.

You need to keep a tab of these recurring advocates, and offer them incentives. If you’re doing all of this and keeping your customer happy, they’ll stick with your. Dominos did something similar to this with their customers in 2012, for every user that tweeted with the hashtag ‘letsdolunch’ between 9am-11am, they would knock off £0.01p off a large pepperoni pizza, but only for those who follow them on Facebook or Twitter. It was a great campaign, and got Dominos brand more attention and did what they wanted. Their customers were rewarded for being fans of them, and the consumer appreciated the company rewarding. You could easily do a holiday themed competition, a competition like Dominos or one of the most common, encourage people to like, share and comment on a post and they’ll be in for a chance to win something. Not only will all of your customers be keen to enter, but their friends on Facebook will see the post, and automatically enter. All that’s in it for them is just liking something and maybe winning a prize, but for you, you’ve now got a direct link to push your practice directly to them.

If none of this has made sense to you, or you don’t think you’ll be able to do any of this, get in contact with us now!

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With the constantly increasing amount of money in football, clubs are often accused of being out of touch with their fans. However thanks to social media, fans can connect with them in new ways than before. Football has been very slow to use technology both on and off the pitch. In the modern age TV broadcasting of matches generates a huge amount of revenue for clubs but until the 1990s it was seen as a threat. It is a similar story with social media as many clubs saw it as a threat and until just a few years ago football clubs did not use social media at all. Now in 2015 big European clubs such as Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan have multiple Twitter accounts in different languages to connect with fans from all over the world.

Arsenal use their social media very effectively to engage with fans. There are often complaints about the cost of replica shirts however for some lucky Arsenal fans the jersey that they bought this season was priceless. When asked to pose for a picture some of the Arsenal players photobombed them as a stunt organised by the Arsenal PR team.

Also whenever an Arsenal player scores a goal the official Arsenal Twitter account posts the goal update with the back of the scorer’s jersey which encourages fans to buy the jersey and pay extra for the printing.

After signing a new player clubs will try and capitalise on the buzz of the new signing by pushing the sales of the club jersey with the player’s name printed on the back. Within an hour of posting online that Matteo Kovacic had passed his medical at Real Madrid the club had posted a link to the jersey with his name on the back in the club shop.

A screenshot of the Real Madrid English Twitter feed today.
A screenshot of the Real Madrid English Twitter feed today.

They can also give an unrivalled insight into daily life at the club that traditional media can’t compete with. During preseason this year Man Utd posted a video of players heading the ball between them 22 times before heading it into a bin. Not only do the fans get quality content they also get content quicker than ever. They can find out news immediately such as new signings, injuries etc. rather than having to wait for the club to release an official statement to the press which then has to be written up and posted online.

Despite all the positives of football clubs being on social media there are also some negatives. The fact that they are just a click away from fans on social media means that clubs are more vulnerable to abuse. Last season the BBC reported that more than 95,000 discriminatory posts were directed towards Premier League teams. 88% of the abuse towards clubs and players was on Twitter.

Football clubs can also sometimes lose control of what their employees post. Recently Blackpool Football Club deleted their official Twitter account for PR and commercial activities after a Twitter conversation with a fan got out of hand.

Overall I think that football clubs using social media are brilliant for the fans as long as it is used in the right way. People constantly use social media and is a massive part of their everyday life just like supporting their football club is. It’s only natural that the clubs would capitalise on this to not only benefit financially but to gain good PR.

By Karan Gadhia

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Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last 6 months or so, you’ve probably heard a few people complain about the drop in organic reach for business pages on Facebook. There have been several updates and changes to Facebook, and the way it determines what shows up in your newsfeed, that have changed the way businesses and marketers are leveraging the social network. So how does the Facebook newsfeed algorithm work?

My newsfeed was full of adverts that were not correctly tailored to me and pictures of children who apparently belongs to that kid who sat behind me in Science class 7 years ago. Not exactly what I wanted to see on my daily scroll.

Facebook stated “The goal of News Feed is to deliver the right content to the right people at the right time so they don’t miss the stories that are important to them.” So why was my new feeds cluttered with stories and adverts that didn’t appeal to me?

As a social media manager, I have to Like my client’s pages so I can become an admin of their page – fair enough. But at one point in my teenage years I must have become a little “Like-Happy”, going around and liking all the pages that had a funny name. This must have affected my Facebook newsfeed algorithm more than I thought.

I thought back to the Facebook of 2008, where if you liked a page or added a new friends, you wouldn’t automatically “follow” what they do. So I decided to take my account back to basics and “unfollow” all the new pages and people that Facebook secretly made me stalk and return to the glorious newsfeed of 2008. How wrong was I!?

facebook newsfeed algorithm Not only did this take me around 3 hours, but the result was disastrous. I community manage a group on Facebook so I decided to keep “following” them only to find that they were the only thing that graced my timeline (apart from adverts). The relevancy rule did not seem to apply anymore, as I proceeded to visit the profiles of some of my close friends, yet none of their posts seem to appear on my timeline in the next few hours. Was there a flaw in my experiment or the Facebook newsfeed algorithm?

I came to the conclusion that the algorithms created when Facebook was a fresh-faced baby have not only grown to change, but some have been completely lost! My newsfeed may as well have had pictures and videos of tumbleweed blowing in the wind because that’s how it felt!

facebook newsfeed algorithm My experiment didn’t go to plan and my mission now is to find the things that are relevant to me and “follow” their posts so I can once again have a beautiful newsfeed. Wish me luck!

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