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Monday, 28 November 2016

Creative Success Factors of Facebook Live Video for E-entrepreneurs

Have you heard about Facebook Live? Are you intrigued by the idea? Are you unsure what to say and a bit scared at the thought of broadcasting live?



If you answered yes to the majority of these questions then you’re like many other business owners today. Ever since Facebook Live launched earlier this year, business owners have been keeping an eye on this latest tool and trying to figure out exactly what to do with it.

According to Social Media Today, Facebook generates 8 billion video views per day. In addition, video posts have 135% greater organic reach than photo posts. Facebook’s updated newsfeed gives preference to Live Video so it’s not surprising to see that more people are being exposed to Live Video in their newsfeeds.
 

For most business owners there’s no question about whether Live Video is something they should do. The real question is, “How can I use it for my business?”

18 Facebook Live Recommendations

Just a few things any business can do with Facebook Live Video include:

1. Share tips

2. Offer updates from your industry

3. Give a public service announcement

4. Go into greater detail about one of your more popular blog posts

5. Create a segment from the FAQs in your industry

6. Take just one FAQ and do an entire broadcast covering it in detail

7. Discuss current events and/or trending topics that pertain to your industry

8. Do product demos

9. Launch your book

10. Host your product/service launch

11. Give viewers an inside look at your business

12. Create a live broadcast from an event

13. Offer a new perspective on your industry

14. Interview an industry influencer

15. Ask for feedback

16. Teach a live class

17. Lead generation – share information and give a call to action

18. Show them something fun!

The best part about Facebook Live videos is that you have the opportunity to invite viewers into the conversation and really engage with them live! As them questions, learn more about them, invite them into your space and make a connection with people all across the globe that you just can’t make any other way.

What you create is completely up to you. People like the candidness that live streaming videos provide. With live video you can’t memorize the script and rehearse all your lines. You’re open, you’re authentic, you’re live!


Best Practices

  • Announce your live broadcasts. When possible, give your audience 24 hours notice before a live broadcast.
  • Check that your connection is speedy and reliable. Wi-Fi makes this easier to achieve.
  • Use a description that incorporates well-researched keywords. Make sure it’s compelling enough to draw traffic.
  • Use emojis to gauge your viewers’ response in real time. Make sure your presentation is flexible enough to adjust to audience mood.
  • Audience participation is much more engaging than a one-way conversation, so ask for feedback. 
  • You have 90 minutes of time available in a Facebook Live video. Make the most of it! The longer the video, the more opportunities you have to connect with a greater percentage of your audience. Keep the information valuable and engaging but don’t be afraid to broadcast longer than usual!

Never
  • Start late. Always respect your viewers’ time.
  • Jump into a sales pitch. People DON’T want to be sold to right at the start! Always give value and interact with your audience first. When appropriate a sales pitch may come towards the end but NEVER at the beginning.

Setting Yourself Apart

I can’t tell you how often clients have said to me, “No one in my industry is doing video. I don’t need video because no one else is doing it either.” If none of your competitors have started producing Facebook Live videos then now is definitely the time for you to get started! Give yourself an edge over the competition by doing the very thing they won’t!

Today’s content marketing efforts need to engage, not sell. No customer chooses to spend 10 minutes watching advertising. Your video needs to give your audience benefits that they will enjoy even if they don’t make a decision to buy from you today. You can achieve this by:

  • Showing footage of what you’re doing for your customers that makes you different from other companies in your industry
  • Tapping into your influencers’ power through interviews. 92% of buyers trust customers’ recommendations over businesses’.
  • Respecting the fact that your audience has set aside time that carries an authentic opportunity cost, so your message needs to make those minutes count. 
  • Use audience participation tools like live questions and answers to amplify engagement.
  • Use hashtags to encourage viewers to share their ideas and thoughts.

Today’s business world thrives on the connection economy in that buyers respond to personal approaches honed to create a sense of intimacy. Video achieves this beautifully, which makes it the perfect way to add value to any campaign.

Are you struggling to get started with Facebook Live Video? Not sure what to say or how to make it work for your business? Reach out to me via contact page and let’s discuss your needs. The best time to get started is right now!

Friday, 18 November 2016

How to Start an Online Freelance Business with Almost Nothing

When I was completed my B.Sc (computer science) then I wanted to become a IT administrator but after completing MCA , my mind went to become a business administrator. After that I joined North Bengal University for MBA in advertising management and got placed as regional manager in Hindustan Unilever Limited but I had left the job with in 1+ years. Working in a multinational company I had got lots of experience to become a freelancer to earn my bread & butter. Starting an online business can seem like a grand, daunting task. But it’s not as hard as you might think.

How to Start an Online Freelance Business




In this post, I’m going to show you how anyone reading this can start an online business where they can make hundreds to thousands of dollars a month or more right away. You don’t need an investor, you don’t need a team, you just need you and a few hours of your time. Everyone can do it.

Step 1: Free up 1-2 hours per day for your new freelance business

If your excuse is that you don’t have any time, make time. Instead of watching trashy reality TV shows, focus on your new online business instead.

If you spend hours a day browsing Facebook, Instagram – cut your social media addiction in half and spend that found time in your new business.

The point is, you can always find time. We all have the same amount of time, 24 hours in a day. There’s more than likely something you are doing that you could instead invest that time into an online business.

Step 2: Pick a category to freelance in

Here are a few ideas:

  • Writing articles/content
  • Graphic design
  • Coding/programming
  • Virtual assisting
  • Copywriting
  • Social media posting/marketing
  • Online marketing
  • Search engine optimization/link building
  • Entry level accounting/book-keeping
  • Data entry/spreadsheet work

…and countless others
Keep in mind that you don’t need to be an expert, yet. You will charge entry level prices for entry level work. You can start from the bottom and charge just a minimal price. Then as you get more skills you can raise the price. Just about anyone reading this can do basic tasks in all of the above.

Don’t be one of those people that says they can’t sell article writing services because they aren’t an expert. If you had an English class ever in your life you have the skills to at least charge $5 an article. Nobody is expecting gold for $5. They are expecting bronze at best. And in time you will be able to deliver gold and charge gold prices.

To get more of an idea of what kind of services you can market online easily, check out these  freelance sites:

  • Upwork.com
  • Elance.com
  • Fiverr.com
  • Freelancer.com
  • Guru.com
  • seoclerks
  • gigbucks.com


Step 3: Register on freelance sites

Registering on freelance sites above will allow you to attract clients that will pay money for these services. If you are somewhat new in that field, you can charge as little as $5 to complete a job for someone on Fiverr.

Take a look at what other freelancers are doing and how they get jobs. Post as someone looking for a freelancer to see what the responses look like. Hire a fellow freelancer to get some tips on what works for them. Freelancers are the type that tend to bond tend and help each other, so don’t be afraid to ask.

As you enhance your skills more and more you can start to raise the price. I would recommend being perfectly honest with people on what your skills are at the time. Don’t try to start charging hundreds of dollars if you have never done it before. Raise the price as you gain experience and your reviews will help you demand those prices.

Step 4: Focus on doing a good job and getting quality reviews

As you complete more jobs make sure to ask your clients to leave you a review. As you gain more reviews you can raise the price. And as you gain more quality reviews you will also attract more clients. It’s a win/win.

Make sure that you under promise and over deliver. A lot of people make the mistake of over-promising and under delivering and this results in bad reviews. Do more than what you promised, not less. This results in exceeded expectations and great reviews.

If the customer doesn’t leave a review, simply ask. Another way to both help you sales and get good reviews is to explain to the client that you are new but dedicated and you will work your tail off for cheap to get a great review. Do this several times and build up quality reviews.

Step 5: Expanding your business from freelance platforms

People often ask what the next step is after freelance platforms. Well, there are several options:

Setup your own website and sell the same services there without having to pay the freelance sites a cut. You can get started on that by getting your own web hosting and domain name so you can build a site with a free tool such as WordPress.

Expand out into a new business for yourself. Instead of taking clients, do the skill you learned for yourself in your own project.

You can scale freelancing gigs pretty high by raising the price. Instead of having 100 clients paying $5, you can have 5 clients paying $100. That way you can handle more jobs and get paid more.
Freelancing is a great way to get started with an online business. After you have an initial client base and skill base the possibilities are endless. The money is also endless. Many people have scaled freelancing into full on agencies and massive companies.

You can also do freelancing while you have a full-time job. If you have an hour or two before or after work (which everyone should be able to find) you can invest that time into your freelance business. Before you know it you may have a great extra income stream or something that you can totally replace your 9-5 with.

Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Growth in Indian Android Phone Market

While the global Android Phone market is set to see a decline this year, India, buoyed by aggressive smartphone launches and a huge consumer base, is likely to witness double-digit growth in 2016 as well as in the next two years, says a new report. Android’s dominance in the Indian smartphone industry is echoed in the global market where the operating system held over 80 percent of the Android Phonemarket as of the first quarter of 2016.


According to information technology research and advisory smarttechie, sales of Android phones in India will reach 29 percent in 2016 and will continue to exhibit double-digit growth in the next two years while the sales in China and North America will be flat.Worldwide combined shipments for devices (personal computers, tablets, ultramobiles and mobile phones) are expected to reach 2.4 billion units in 2016, a 0.6 percent increase from 2015 while the total mobile phone market is forecast to reach 1.9 billion units in 2016.

Smartphones have caught the Indian market by storm and in Q1 2016, more than 45% of all mobile phones shipped were smartphones. While that by itself is a staggering number, two out of every three smartphones shipped during this quarter have been LTE Capable devices. Keeping in pace with the demand for faster Internet connectivity, there has been the growing demand for phones with larger screens by the audience to feast their eyes on. Phablets have ruled the charts with 60% of devices being sold in this quarter sporting screens over 5 inches. We take a more in-depth look at smartphones and how they’ve been shaping up in the Indian scenario in our next segment. 
An In-Depth Look At the Major OEMs in The Indian Market

Let us start with the market leaders Samsung. The fact that every 1 out of 4 phones sold in India is a Samsung device proves how much the Korean giant has been able to imprint itself in the minds of Indians. The numbers rise even higher when it comes to smartphones with 3 out of every 10 smartphones being sold in India bearing the Samsung moniker. With their new generation of LTE-capable devices, Samsung posted a very healthy 27% YoY increase fuelled by the launch of the J series smartphones in low and mid range and the S7 and S7 Edge in the premium handset segment.

Despite tough competitions from other local brands as well as new Chinese entrants, Intex has been able to maintain it’s position as the number 3 smartphone vendor in India by volume. Part of the reason behind their success has been the fact that Lava has seen incredible success in the sub-$75 smartphone category. Their expansion efforts into Tier 2 and Tier 3 towns paid off handsomely as Intex shipments grew by a massive 45% YoY in Q1 2016. The growth for smartphones was at a much more conservative 24% annually and as such, shows signs of worry as the majority of their budget lineup doesn’t have LTE Modems.

The Chinese brands enjoyed some success in this quarter as well with more than 21% of the smartphone market share. While conspicuously missing from the list of high market share smartphone vendors, the companies Vivo and Oppo had an excellent showing in India, posting 759% and 183% YoY growth. As for Lenovo, in the face of stiff competition from the likes of Redmi Note 3 and Le Eco Le 1s, the OEMs market shares have taken a hit in the $150 price point.

Although there will not be any significant increase in mobile growth in mature markets of North America, Western Europe, Japan and mature Asia/Pacific, Gartner analysts expect to see an extension of phone lifetimes among users. While the report on smartphone market share in India provides an interesting point of view into the Indian smartphone scenario, the main battle for the budget smartphones in India is being fought online.

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Marketing Tips: Setting Up Facebook Instant Articles Tutorial For WordPress

Oftentimes, it’s the technology that businesses adopt internally that brings about changes in company processes, communication, job responsibilities, and the overall business model. What happens though when the technology used outside of the workplace begins to dictate what happens within it?


We’re going to get to Facebook Instant articles in just a moment, but first, consider the following:
According to Pew Research, 68% of U.S. adults currently own a smartphone and 45% own a tablet.
47% of U.S. adults today only own one type of phone: a cell phone.
By 2020, Cisco estimates that 5.4 billion people worldwide will have a mobile device. This will equate to 366.8 exabytes of mobile data traffic.

The growing adoption of the mobile device—both for personal reasons as well as professional—is not a new development. It is the way in which people use these devices that has led to a change in the way businesses operate. For instance, BYOD, increasing remote workforces, mobile device policy requirements, and newly accepted modes of communication have become commonplace in business (as opposed to say ten or even five years ago).

Consider, now, the following:
Facebook currently has nearly 1.5 billion active users every month.
655 million of their users strictly access Facebook through a mobile device.
In February of this year, they launched Facebook Instant Articles to a select group of publishers to test out on their mobile device-using audience. As of April 12, Instant Articles are now available to everyone.

Haven’t heard of Facebook Instant Articles yet? If you’re producing massive amounts of content and want to find a better way to reach your audience through social, keep reading.
What Are Facebook Instant Articles?

Last summer, Parse.ly reported that Facebook had become the top referrer of traffic to news websites (in doing so, they surpassed Google). That announcement had people speculating what would come next.

Being the forward-thinking organization that they are–and keeping their users’ experience top-of-mind–it’s no surprise Facebook would develop a solution that would further enhance the reading experience for mobile device users. That is where Facebook Instant Articles come in.

Facebook Instant Articles are HTML5 document versions of news and other content that, when shared in this format, offer a more optimized viewing experience for users. The easiest way to explain how an Instant Article works is to show you:

This is what a regular article looks like when viewed on a mobile device.


This is what it looks like when you click on said article and wait for it to load in your mobile web browser.


Here is what that article looks like once it is fully loaded.


Now, as mentioned previously, there were a number of publishers granted access to Facebook Instant Articles during the test phase earlier this year. The New York Times was one such publisher.

This is how their article showed up in the mobile news feed. It looks just like the mobile web article from Bustle above, right?


Here is how it instantly showed up when the link was clicked. Note the visual differences between the web browser version of the Bustle article and this Instant Article from the New York Times.


There are a number of key differences here to note between regular articles viewed on the web via a mobile device versus Facebook Instant Articles. With Instant Articles:
Content opens directly inside the mobile app.
There is practically no wait with a load time of about 300 milliseconds (as opposed to 3.66 seconds for standard mobile web articles).
Content is optimized for viewing right within the platform for a totally immersive experience, with high-res imagery, interactive maps, auto-play videos, and embedded audio captions.

In addition, initial research from the February and March test phase found that, when compared with regular news feed articles, Instant Articles:
Resulted in 20% more clicks,
Were 70% less likely to be abandoned,
And received 30% more shares.

Facebook understands that their users want a convenient reading experience, regardless of which device they’re checking in from. They have created a way to not only deliver mobile-accessed articles as fast and as clear as the videos and images on the Facebook site, but they are also catering to an audience that wants easy, quick, and interactive access to content through social media.

And that’s not all.

Facebook Instant Articles do not require you to publish anything additional on Facebook. They have built in the added convenience of syncing up their tool with your preferred content management system (CMS). Once your feed is set up, approved, and you are ready to go, articles published on your platform get automatically pushed to Facebook as are any updates you make to existing content, so there’s no need to change your workflow or duplicate your efforts in order to take advantage of this new tool.

For the 25% of the population using WordPress, there is even better news. While publishers on other platforms have to work through setting up a system of RSS feeds or APIs in order to make Instant Articles work for them, Facebook has teamed up with Automattic—WordPress’ parent company—in order to create a free plugin that takes care of most of the work. More on that in a moment.

Who Are Facebook Instant Articles For?

Between February and April of this year, Instant Articles were being used by big news outlets like the New York Times, Buzzfeed, and National Geographic. As of April 12, however, this platform is now open to everyone, relatively speaking.

While many of you may be excited about the prospect of sharing an optimized content experience with your readers, take note that this tool may not be for everyone. Facebook has already established a minimum requirement for publishers wanting to get started. You must have at least 50 articles already set up on your CMS and ready to go before signing up.

With a growing Millennial audience and so many mobile-friendly users on Facebook, it makes sense that fast loading speeds and a highly immersive viewing experience is going over well with test audiences. If you meet the base article requirement, you publish news regularly, and you have a strong presence on Facebook now, Instant Articles is the tool you’ll need to take your marketing and promotional efforts to the next level.

Why Switch to Facebook Instant Articles?

No new technology or tools are ever going to come without an onboarding or adjustment period. No matter how easy Facebook makes it for publishers with a free WordPress plugin, there will be some work involved upfront. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not worth making the switch.

When you spend a lot of time crafting content or news, it’s not for the sake of hearing yourself talk (or seeing yourself write). It’s for your audience. You want to give them something worth reading. And, by that same token, you should want to give them the best experience when reading your content—whether it’s because of a faster load time or a better visual experience, in general.

Whether the end user experience is your end-goal or not, there are a plethora of publisher and marketing benefits as well. It may be too soon to know exactly how much you’ll gain from Instant Articles, but everyone can accept the following to be true for now:
Greater reach & engagement: According to Facebook, their algorithms have already begun to notice this difference between Instant Articles and standard mobile-viewed articles.
More content consumed: The assumption is that by giving users a better reading experience that it’ll increase loyalty and brand awareness—ultimately, leading to users wanting to view more content from publishers who offer that experience.

Increased revenue: If publishers want to sell ads within their articles, they have the opportunity to earn 100% of the ad revenue. If they decide to use the Facebook Audience Network instead (which is a way of monetizing content), publishers make 70% of the revenue cut while Facebook takes the rest.
More marketing opportunities: Instant Articles aren’t just about near-instantaneous access to news. They’re also about the new and improved way to share your stories, complete with interactive and high-resolution visuals that speak really well to mobile users.

Greater control over the user experience: The best part about Instant Articles for publishers is that they don’t have to lose creative control. Posts can be customized—from the overall look and layout of the content to the basic branding (like logo and brand colors). In addition, publishers have the ability to customize the buttons that appear within articles to give the overall piece a consistent look.
How to Get Started with Facebook Instant Articles?

Working in WordPress is going to give you a leg up on the competition whose content resides on other CMS platforms. However, there is some initial setup and an approval process you’re still going to have to wade through before you can start publishing. Here is what you need to do:
Make sure you have a Facebook page set up.

Sign up for Instant Articles and connect it to your business page.
Make sure you have a Facebook Business Manager account set up. This will allow you as a developer to assign team roles and give your team access to the tools they’ll need to manage their Instant Articles.

Download the Facebook Pages Manager App. This will assist you in testing your Instant Articles.

Download the Instant Articles for WP plugin or the PageFrog plugin and install it. A new feed will automatically be set up for your Instant Articles.Here is a video :


Connect your new RSS feed to your Instant Articles settings manager in Facebook.
Facebook will then need to review your feed and make sure everything is set up properly.
Create your custom style templates so your content can be branded specifically to your business.
Review the formatting guidelines for creating HTML5 compatible content. The plugin will do most of the work for you, though for more specialized customizations (like for maps), you’ll need to create some of your own coding.
Get acquainted with the Instant Articles library under your Facebook Publishing Tools. You can manage your content directly from there or you can make updates from WordPress and your articles will update accordingly.
If you want to include advertisements in your articles or want to set up analytics tracking, take care of this before submitting anything to Facebook.

Review the submissions checklist from Facebook and then get started with loading your first batch of 50+ articles. Facebook will need to review before accepting your feed.
Once accepted, make sure your Instant Articles are working. If you’re not on an iPhone or Android, you (and your users) will continue to be directed to the usual web browser link. However, if you do own one of those mobile devices, you should be able to start experiencing your content in all its glory right away!
Conclusion

Once you’re setup, keep the content flowing! Your audience is waiting for you—on Facebook and on their mobile devices—so give them the experience they deserve and help build your brand’s credibility with Facebook Instant Articles.

Have you begun using Facebook Instant Articles yet? What has your experience been like setting it up?

Thursday, 3 November 2016

How to connect Fiverr with Payoneer and Get $75 Bonus instantly

It’s hard to believe, but the holidays are here. At Fiverr we’re always looking out for ways to make them not only more enjoyable, but more productive, and we know that saving money is essential in both those cases. So we’ve partnered with a payment provider, Payoneer, to offer you a unique payment option this holiday season any user can avail $50 bonus from Fiverr and $25 bonus from Payoneer.  So, Grand total BONUS $75 which is not bad in the festival season.

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