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Traveling is always something that can produce a lot of instagrammable pictures. New place, new experiences, new posts!

When you travel, you’ll definitely have more posts than what you normally have on regular days. It’s easy to have some instagrammable posts if you are traveling with other people. You can ask them to retake the shots until you’ll have your post worthy shot.

But what is particularly challenging is when you’re traveling alone. Oh no! Does that mean that you’ll only be posting your selfies? Will your travel be one of those times where you wish you had an Instagram boyfriend to take your pictures?

Well, worry no more! Let’s take independence to a whole new level.

Traveling solo? No problem!

Learning to take instragammable pictures when traveling alone is something you can learn and be very good at.

So be worry free and bring back good memories with you because in this post, we will teach you how to create Instagrammable posts when traveling solo:

There a lot of things to be thankful for. But do we say thank you enough?

Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. It reminds us of all the things we should be thankful for. For businesses, it is an opportunity to express gratitude to all the people who have been vital to its success.

In this post, we will be talking about how to make Thanksgiving truly meaningful for your business by saying thank you to everyone who contributed to its success through social media.

Saying “Thank You” is not a difficult thing to do and yet we don’t practice it often.

A simple “Thank You” can lighten up someone’s day. These two words can easily boost someone’s morale and it can motivate them further because you made them feel appreciated. This is what Thanksgiving is trying to remind us every time we celebrate the occasion.

Thank You might just be two words, but these two words are truly powerful.

In business, practicing gratitude can come a long way. Now it’s time to reflect, how often do you say thank you to people who have helped you with your business? We sure hope the answer is “very often.”

But in case your answer is a bit unfavorable, then it’s never too late.

This Thanksgiving don’t forget to say, “Thank you!” to everyone who contributed to the success of your business. And a better way to do that is through social media. It’s time to tell the whole world how much you appreciate these people.

Here’s how you can say thank you to those people and make Thanksgiving meaningful for your business through social media.

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Just a month to go and we’ll be halfway through the year.
 
If we talk about social media and online marketing, the past months were a blast. There were a lot of improvements and new features that really helped push forward businesses towards their goal.
 
But we all know that no business have done it perfectly. There would always be some setbacks, even questioning ourselves why isn’t it working?
 
There could be many answers to that question. For one, not one formula would fit every business. Every online marketing strategy would differ for each company.
 
But if you’re confident about your current practices, you might want to check a few things on what could you be doing wrong. Here are some points you can look into on what could possibly go wrong with your social media and online marketing efforts.
 

Keeping Your Followers Up-to-Date While on Travel

We all know that engagement is key in maintaining a good social media reputation.
 
The rule always says to keep your social media accounts updated by posting daily. It should be something interesting and relatable to your audience.
 
However, there would always be days that you cannot handle all of that in a day or so. For one, you might be on a vacation trip.
 
We take vacations to unwind and relax. But how can you completely do that if you’re worried about keeping your social media accounts updated?
 
Well, it’s not that difficult, really. You’re going to take photos of your trip anyway, right? As long as you bring the right gadget on your trip, getting active on social media while traveling is a piece of cake.