Knightstown Meats and Catering aka Knightstown Locker – My latest project just went live

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Over the last month, I have been working on a complete overhaul of the Knightstown Meats and Catering (aka Knightstown Locker) website.

With the website overhaul, they have incorporated a Facebook page and an Instagram account too.

Through Instagram, customers can use the #hashtag KtownLocker to share their own hunting, grilling and event photos that will display on the websites sidebar.

You can sign up for their newsletter to receive details of special promotions and notices.

Other features include –

  • Printable cards for custom meat processing
  • Special forms and links for avid hunters
  • Weekly special updates
  • and much more…

Be sure to LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE often!

Special thanks to Hannah Lukens for the awesome logo designs!

If you need a website for your small business, drop me an email – or visit GadaboutMedia to see what we have to offer. We’d love to help!

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Massive Blog Niche and Topic List to Inspire You

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Have you been thinking about starting a blog but you aren’t quite sure where to begin?

Below is a list of topics to inspire you!

This list is covers just about every blog topic idea you can imagine. However, the best blogs don’t focus entirely on a single topic. The best, most successful blogs combine a handful of topics to create a blog with a personality as unique as the writer.

I would suggest using this list of topics as a starting point and then inject some of your own ideas, likes, dislikes and personality into the idea.

If you are interested in particular topics but you aren’t sure how you might go about monetizing that topic – leave a comment or drop me an email – I love to brainstorm new ideas!

Academics
  • Adult Education
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Internet
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Industries

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Music

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Personal

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Politics/Government

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Pop Culture

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Science

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Tackle Social Media Fatigue – Tips For Entrepreneurs

computer keyboard Being an entrepreneur takes a lot of hard work, and you’ll often find yourself tackling an additional handful of responsibilities instead of your normal load. One area that entrepreneurs typically tackle themselves—at least at first—is the company’s social media efforts.

As a smart entrepreneur, you know that social media is a great marketing asset, and since it’s free to join and use, it’s one of the best marketing tactics out there for businesses with a limited budget. But while social media can help spread the word about your company, products and services, it can also be exhausting trying to manage and update regularly.

Thankfully, there are plenty of tools, tips and tricks you can use to combat the social media fatigue and keep your social presence thriving. The following are five social media tips for entrepreneurs.

1. Only join necessary social networks

It seems as if every day there is a new social media site coming out, but that doesn’t mean you have to join it. In order to combat social media fatigue, it’s a good idea to start slow and only join the social networks that make the most sense for your business. Think about your company, products, services and your target audience, and decide which social networks you should join based on your offerings and where you’ll likely find your audience. Staring with a Facebook and Twitter account is typically the smartest move, as these tend to be the most popular networks for businesses. Once you get your feet wet and can handle managing those social networks, you can decide if your company should move on to an Instagram, Pinterest, or other various social accounts.

2. Hire an intern

An intern can be a wonderful thing for your business. First, most interns are looking for the experience or are forced to hold an internship in order to graduate, which means that they will work for free. Second, since most interns are college-aged, they typically know a great deal about social media, which can help you pass off your social responsibilities to someone in the know and willing to do the work. Obviously, you want to find an intern that has the skill to manage the accounts you want to use, but you’ll also want to choose an intern who can help set you up with other useful social networks to help market your company.

3. Make automation your friend

Most people don’t realize that you don’t always have to produce a live tweet or post in order to have a social media presence. There are plenty of tools that allow you to automate your posts, such as Social Oomph or Post Planner. These tools allow you to schedule your tweets or posts in advance, which means you can spend less time being active on social media while keeping a presence. Keep in mind, though, that while automation can free you up from spending hours on social media sites, it’s still important that you respond to inquiries and comments in real time.

4. Invest in a social media management tool

Bouncing from social media account to social media account will surely make you tired, but you don’t have to do that. There are plenty of social media management tools, such as Sprout Social or Hootsuite, that allow you to manage all of your social accounts from one location. You can see your news feeds, direct messages, sent posts and even trending topics. Plus, you can usually schedule your own posts from these tools too, providing you with a one-stop shop for all your social needs.

5. Utilize notifications

Most social media accounts allow you to receive notifications when a comment is made, a message is received or someone posts on your wall or feed. It’s very important that you enable notifications for all of your social accounts. This way, you will always be notified when your social networks need your attention.