1. Yay, Trello workflow! The screenshot was TREMENDOUSLY helpful. I get it now. 🙂

    I was hoping you’d created a Slideshare of your webinar presentation, and I wasn’t disappointed. I love the level of detail you have in this post, and I’m sure I’ll be back to reference it again and again!

    Thank you for putting all of this together.

  2. always so well organized Peg. Happily sharing with my network – tons of value.
    Just waiting for WordSwag to hook us android users up 😉

  3. What a lovely, helpful, informative post! I’m so glad that I stumbled onto your blog by way of Regina, you ladies are awesome! I’m Instagram obsessed and I’ve been using some of the tips that you mentioned within this post with great success. 🙂 Can’t wait to go stalk your blog some more! 😛


  4. I love the styling your IG recommendation. And that does take effort and focus for sure! But makes such a difference when people look at an account to follow.

    Great tips, and I really enjoyed the webinar too. Thank you again – Anna

  5. Peg;
    One thing is for sure Nothing good comes whithout effort!
    I am only starting in the social media affairs And I found your Tips extremely usufull thank you very much…
    On the other hand I had no idea of how much hard work it takes to do this… I am not good with informatic stuff my work is people so my head almost blew up with all the information lol…
    But I got some of the tips and learned a bunch of stuff.
    Once again thank you.
    Rodrigo Fraga

  6. Hi Peg,

    Thanks for your wonderful info. This might seem like a silly question, but how exactly do you transfer information like photos and posts from Trello to Instagram…new at this and having a hard time figuring it out…thanks!


  7. I’m having the same problem. How do I get my content out of Trello to post to IG?

  8. I’d love your guys advice! I love the look of large tile images that use up 6 squares to showcase a product’s details. However the obvious concern is afterwards I’ll need to forever post in 3’s to maintain its structure! Is this something I should only be concerned about until its pushed to the bottom of my profile feed? Or should I always post in 3s after? I don’t want to ruin the profile (it’s for a client too)

    What’s your strategies on this? Thanks!

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