Posted August 11, 2018 08:48:25 When it comes to building a successful social media strategy, the most crucial element is getting the right elements right, says a new study.

The research team from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management analyzed social media trends from more than a million marketers and found that the most valuable elements to get correct are: the color scheme of your website, the type of content you’re promoting, and the social media platform you’re on.

A color scheme is the color of your content that shows up on your page, according to the study.

Color schemes can help you target people’s eyes, increase engagement and increase clicks.

But color schemes are also critical to getting social media followers, according the study’s authors, Andrew C. Dabrowski and John J. Bresnahan.

The researchers say that a well-designed color scheme should look something like this: a deep red with a lighter, more yellowish hue, and a lighter blue.

To make sure the color is appealing to a target audience, the researchers suggest using a color that matches the color palette of a popular restaurant, like the one in a restaurant that’s popular among millennials.

The study also recommends that color schemes should be complementary.

For example, they recommend a solid red for business-oriented users, and dark green for casual users, who are more likely to share the content.

Color scheme can also be an advantage when promoting a product, as it’s easier to see what people are looking for in the photos, says the study, which is published in Social Media Marketing Quarterly.

For those marketers who are new to social media, there’s also a good chance that color scheme will be important for the initial launch of your campaign.

For instance, if you have a brand-new Facebook page, you should be targeting those who have seen your content before.

To keep it interesting, you can also have your brand’s Facebook pages on Twitter or Instagram.

A good social media campaign will also need a good color scheme for each individual user.

“You’ll need a different color for every person that you reach,” says Dabrowskis.

“Your color scheme can have a lot of different nuances, and people may be able to distinguish between different shades of the same color.”

And colors can be an important tool to help you get people to share your content.

For starters, you’ll want to include the right color for your logo and your title tag, and use a mix of different colors for your content or photos.

The color scheme shouldn’t be a static, repeating pattern, so your branding and the content can be different each time.

“A simple color scheme that has the same hue will work better for the same content than a different hue that has a different tone,” says Bresnahans.

But you should also include a color palette for your social icons that reflects what’s popular and appealing to people in your audience, like your name or avatar.

This is a good way to get people who may be less familiar with your brand and your brand to share and like your content, says Daborrowski.

This could include a combination of white and green, which can look good on a person’s face, but is also a great way to promote a social media account.

Color may also be important when posting content.

“Color can be a way to distinguish your brand, which means you should use different color schemes for different types of content,” says the researchers.

“If you’re sharing a photo of your dog on Instagram, your photo will look different because of the background.”

You also should consider color for different hashtags that your brand uses.

For an example of this, check out a look at how your Twitter account’s title tag can be used to make it look more professional.

A strong color palette is also important when creating your landing page.

“The best landing pages look great when they’re clear, organized, and relevant,” says Casciani.

The best landing page design for your brand should include: a clear image of your brand logo, your business name, and your target audience.