Here at With Grace and Gold, we are excitedly adding a new layer to our business — honest business education for designers. The truth is, as designers, we wear a lot of hats — designers, marketers, decision-makers, and so much more. To run a successful, sustainable design business, there is so much to learn — so […]
If someone asked us, “What do you believe allowed your business to experience meaningful growth over the past 3 years?” We would say, “Productivity.” You see, about 6 months after we ‘launched’ With Grace and Gold, we hit a roadblock; as our business gained momentum, we were at a stand-still. How could we manage our […]
Last week, we had the awesome honor of traveling to Raleigh, North Carolina to attend Creative at Heart – Round 7! We were so honored to speak and serve as panelists at Creative at Heart in Annapolis, Maryland and Denver, Colorado in 2016 — so our hearts were bursting with excitement as we looked forward […]
In June and July, Andra and I experienced a completely new season in our business journey: we took a 6-week maternity leave and sabbatical from our business. The experience of preparing for our 6 weeks away was unlike any other; in the 3 months leading up to our break, we worked 50 to 60 hours […]
What does it mean to establish your expertise as a small business owner — and why is it important to establish your expertise? The truth is, there are many small business owners — new business owners, experienced business owners, part-time business owners, and full-time business owners. Some of us serve Clients online, while others serve […]
Did you know – over the past 6 weeks – Andra and I have been away from With Grace and Gold? (We’ve been present on social media and our blog along the way, so it may have seemed as though we’ve been here all along!) As Andra prepared for the birth of her son, Ellis, […]
April 19, 2017
As small business owners, we are not only doing our best to master the work we do (photography, design, planning) but we’re also doing our best to master the various, diverse elements of entrepreneurialism – including marketing! At With Grace and Gold, we use an Editorial Calendar to manage our marketing. Along the way, though, we’ve found certain social media platforms simply don’t work well for our type of business. (We’re talking to you, Twitter!) Today, we’re asking the question: Should Facebook be part of your marketing plan?
Since the start of our business journey, Facebook has been a key element of our social media marketing plan. At times, Facebook has been super successful — and other times, we’ve found ourselves asking, “Are our posts being seen?” We’ve boosted posts, we’ve completed marketing campaigns, and along the way, we’ve learned Facebook can be used in unique ways to meet the unique needs of your business.
So, yes, Facebook should be part of your marketing plan — it’s just a matter of how! Here are our tips:
What questions do you have about using Facebook? Share in the comments below!
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