Articles on social media and reporting
Is your to-do list affecting your client reports?
Everyone, at some point in their lives, faces difficult periods when it feels like the whole world is on your shoulders. Getting a work-life balance can be challenging. You might find that the seemingly never-ending list of to-dos can affect your motivation levels. Compounding stress can lead to poorer health and reduce your productivity and happiness.
An alternative to PowerPoint
PowerPoint is a longstanding, all-round, multifaceted tool, which can be used for all kinds of projects. The platform has a large number of features such as the collaboration of graphics and text. However, there are some considerations if you are looking to make your reports slick and professional. Writing a business report in PowerPoint can be an overwhelming process. Creating a report from scratch and translating this into a PowerPoint is certainly time-consuming.
The Flaunt changelog
Here's where we log the changes we make to Flaunt so you can stay up to date on how the tool evolves.
An alternative to coverage book
CoverageBook is a popular reporting tool for PR companies, but is there an alternative out there if your requirements are a little different? Take a look at how Flaunt compares here.
Top stats and data used in social media reports
Every client is different so every social media report you create is unique. However, there are some key features of effective reports spanning data, key metrics and more qualitative information. This post explores the top six areas of great reporting.
Marketing report template
Finding a great template ensures each month your client receives a high-quality report that you simply need to populate with the latest stats and wins. Here we compare the pros and cons of tools like Microsoft Word and PowerPoint along with Flaunt's very own solution.
How can social media freelancers report on their client wins and successes?
Demonstrating the return on investment (ROI) of your work to your clients is crucial to your success. This is especially true if you’re a marketing consultant working across a range of platforms or areas for each client. How can you show all the impact you’re making across social media, PR, and other marketing channels and how can you put this together without it monopolising your time?
The number one tool that social media managers couldn't live without
Being a social media manager is a busy job. You need to manage all of your social media accounts, create content for each platform, communicate with clients, source and create graphics, videos, vlogs, blogs, be a community manager, engage with prospects, respond to reviews, cover live events, create reports for clients... and the list goes on!