Choosing the Right Social Media Platforms for Your Business
Aligning your social media strategy with your business goals, target audience, and content type is crucial for effective digital marketing. Here’s a brief guide to help you select the right platforms:
With its vast user base, Facebook is a great platform for businesses aiming to reach a broad audience. It's particularly effective for building community, advertising, and sharing a mix of content types including text, images, and videos.
Ideal for visually-driven content, Instagram is perfect for brands that can showcase their products, services, or experiences through high-quality images and videos. It's particularly popular among younger demographics.
X (formally Twitter)
Best for timely content, customer service, and direct engagement with followers. Twitter is a go-to platform for discussions, sharing news, and connecting with influencers and thought leaders in your industry.
The premier platform for B2B companies, LinkedIn is ideal for professional networking, sharing industry insights, and recruiting talent. It's also effective for B2B advertising and building business credibility.
A rapidly growing platform popular with Gen Z and younger millennials. If your target audience is in this demographic and your brand can produce creative, engaging short-form videos, TikTok can be a powerful tool for virality.
Perfect for businesses in fashion, home decor, DIY, food, and similar sectors. Pinterest users often look for inspiration and ideas, making it a great platform for driving traffic to blogs or e-commerce sites.
The leading platform for long-form video content. YouTube is ideal for educational content, product reviews, how-to guides, and any content that benefits from in-depth explanation or demonstration.
Popular with younger audiences, Snapchat is good for ephemeral, behind-the-scenes content that gives a personal touch to your brand.
Target Audience: Choose platforms where your target audience is most active.
Content Type: Align platforms with the type of content you can create consistently and effectively.
Resources: Consider the resources you have available for creating content, managing platforms, and engaging with your audience.
Goals: Match your choice of platforms with your marketing and business goals, whether that's brand awareness, lead generation, customer service, or community building.
Ultimately, it's better to manage fewer platforms well than to spread yourself too thin across many. Start with one or two platforms that best match your business needs and expand as you grow.
Will changing my cPanel password affect my other passwords?
Changing the cPanel password will not affect any of your other passwords. Amazing, isn't it! For more information on how to change your cPanel password, check out this article - How to Reset Your cPanel Password.
Owners of Business Profiles can invite users to become owners and managers. Each person can have their own access and they don't share sign-in info. Owners and managers have different levels of access to the profile.
Only owners can add or remove users.
Managers can remove themselves from a profile.
Google Groups can’t be added as managers or owners.
Only the primary owner can transfer primary ownership.
Add owners and managers
Go to your Business Profile
Click Menu > Business Profile settings > Managers.
At the top-left, click Add
Enter a name or email address If you are sharing access with the iEdit Network, enter the email address email@example.com.
Under "Access," choose Owner or Manager. When sharing access with the iEdit Network, select Owner.
Invitees will have the option to accept the invitation and immediately become users. When they accept your invitation, you’ll get a notification email. Users in the account can find the names and email addresses of the owners and managers.
You can find all active users and people who are invited to become users. To cancel pending invitations, click Remove in the row.
Understand new owner & manager limitations
The new owner or manager of a Business Profile must wait for 7 days before they can manage all the features. During this 7-day period, they get an error if they:
Delete or un-delete a profile.
Remove other owners or managers from a profile.
Transfer primary ownership to themselves or a third user.
If the new owner or manager deletes their account within the first 7 days, they’re removed from the profile. If they change their mind, they must be added again.
If an existing owner or manager tries to transfer primary ownership of the profile to a new owner or manager still in their first 7 days, they get an error.
How to Create a New Email Account in cPanel
Creating a new email in cPanel is really simple!
Login to your cPanel
Look for the Email section, then click Email Accounts.
Click the + Create button located on the right-hand side.
On the next page, enter the required details to create a new email account.
You will notice the Optional Settings. Click the Edit Settings button to customize the new email account. This is where you can set your email's storage space.