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Reflective Marketing is a growing social media marketing agency in St. John’s, Newfoundland. We help our clients get known on social media and grow their businesses. Our clients range from tourism and food services to residential housing and telecommunications. Our team is excited to expand, and we hope you’re up for the challenge of growing

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Reflective Marketing is a growing social media marketing agency in St. John’s, Newfoundland. We help our clients get known on social media and grow their businesses. Our clients range from tourism and food services to residential housing and telecommunications. Our team is excited to expand, and we hope you’re up for the challenge of growing

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Reflective Marketing is a growing social media marketing agency in St. John’s, Newfoundland. We help our clients get known on social media and grow their businesses. Our clients range from tourism and food services to residential housing and telecommunications. Our team is excited to expand, and we hope you’re up for the challenge of growing

Time to Forgive and Forget: Brenda Kelleher-Flight on Connect & Thrive

We recently welcomed Brenda Kelleher-Flight of GDP Consulting back to the Connect & Thrive [LIVE] Show! Brenda is a professional coach who believes that happiness comes from within, success can be self-defined, and that everyone has a right to succeed. The goal of her coaching endeavours are to unlock the potential of boards, organizations, small businesses

Stop Fearing the Phone: Mary Jane Copps on Connect & Thrive

In today’s digital world, we’ve grown accustomed to emailing, texting, and Messenger. But there is something magical about connecting with people on the phone. If you’re anything like I used to be, you’d probably rather write 3000 words than call a complete stranger. That’s where Mary Jane Copps, otherwise known as The Phone Lady, comes

1 New & Easy Way to Retarget Potential Customers

When I was setting up a Facebook ad campaign with a client this week, my eyes lit up to find a new Facebook feature I’ve been anticipating for weeks. Now, you can show ads to anyone who has interacted with your Facebook Page in the past year — either clicking, liking, sharing, or saving a post or ad,

1 Simple Mistake That’s Costing You Page Likes on Facebook

Is your workplace showing? Here is a quick tip to make sure your work is publicly displayed on your personal Facebook profile.

3 Tips to Maximize Your Business Exposure on Facebook

Are you 100% confident that you’re using Facebook as well as you can for your business? We all share the same challenges: we are working so hard, and we’re always trying to figure out the most effective way to reach our potential customers.

Why CASL Shouldn’t Spook Your Email Marketing

Since Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) was announced last year, small business owners have been scrambling to clean up their email marketing practices, or worse — they have dropped email marketing altogether.

5 Simple Tweaks to Boost Your Facebook Ad Performance

It’s a story I hear all the time from small business owners like yourself: You have a Facebook Page for your business. You post regularly (when you have time!), but you’re frustrated that you’re only reaching a small percentage of your audience.

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How to Get Started on Facebook Ads 2017 | Chris Spurvey

How to advertise on Facebook http://www.chrisspurvey.com/getknown Click the link to watch the entire episode!In last week’s podcast, Krystal Hobbs and I talked about Facebook and Facebook Ads, and how we, as entrepreneurs, can use them to grow our brands.Krystal recommends that even if you are your business, you should have your own Facebook page for three reasons:1. Facebook pages have access to analytics.2. Facebook pages have access to advertising.3. Your clients may not be comfortable adding you as a friend on Facebook, which means you can see their personal information.Creating a page is one thing; growing your audience is another. As it stands, you can’t just create a page and wait for thousands of people to follow you. You have to consistently publish good content and use advertising to your advantage.If you have a page, and you want to see consistent engagement, what do you do? How do you use Facebook ads in such a way that people will know, like, trust and remember you?Facebook advertising for beginners 2017: how to build brand awareness using Facebook ads

Posted by Chris Spurvey on Tuesday, August 8, 2017

🔴Connect & Thrive [LIVE] with Makingupashlee!

Posted by Reflective Marketing on Friday, May 5, 2017

Krystal Hobbs
Owner & Strategist, Reflective Marketing

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