The social media landscape has changed, that’s true, but do we really need to interact with every single platform? Keep Moving, a look into the Networking Magazine’s services.
The social media landscape has changed, that’s true, but do we really need to interact with every single platform?
Although every platform promotes sharing, every site has its individual following, and it can be challenging to find one that ticks all the boxes.
As a networker, building an audience on any platform can add significant value to your business model and impact your business in some way.
Horrible concept to think that we have all been somehow reduced to likes as an online currency. Having worked with influencers, I can tell you first-hand that this currency doesn’t have an exchange rate. It brings exposure, and to many, that means everything, especially if you can raise awareness.
The Networking magazine is registered with the UK press authority, which means that on some level, the words that I pen to paper, so to speak, meet a certain standard.
We write editorials/ press releases on individuals and businesses that map a professional or personal journey. The art of writing has changed; today, writers must ensure that content meets search engine criteria (SEO).
A press-for-hire scenario formed the basis of our business model. The text takes two formats, the first on our website and the other on a flip magazine. Yes, it’s double the work, but we realised early on that social media platforms like LinkedIn were more responsive to text than Instagram, which capitalised on making things look attractive to the eye.
For that reason, we ensure that we produce video captures, QR codes, and static adverts to support the text and get the desired exposure. This service is all included within the price.
As a writer, I have to admit that there are two types of people, those that like to watch the movie and those that want to read the book. This age-old debate gave rise to the concept of Podcasts. A marked change in lifestyles that many blame the Pandemic for, means that we are all in some way exploring how business translates over to listening rather than reading through text.
Our Podcast show, Jibba Jabba, provides a vocal offering that resonates with people on the move. Finding an experienced interviewer who uses professional equipment to deliver studio-quality podcasts can be challenging. Hence, this, for us, was a no-brainer, and we offer it as a service.
If you would like to know more about our services, the best way to contact us is via our contact form on Linktree.
We all like to scream and shout about featuring in the media. We offer a print-on-demand service for a physical experience. The print version has a disadvantage because links cannot function on images and text. Nonetheless, it provides unique and eye-catching sharing content.