This infographic, produced by mycleveragency, can get you thinking about what the ideal post entails and how you can create one. This is handy to keep around for community managers and those looking to perfect their social media skills.
Facebook Graph Search is a feature that can be used as a great marketing tool for any company using Facebook to promote themselves. Through Graph Search, businesses can learn more about their Facebook fans than ever before. Focused searches reveal results that are more accurate than ever, giving businesses previously untapped insight.
Following suit from social media sites such as Twitter and Instagram, Facebook has launched support for clickable hashtags. Get ready to see a lot more of the # symbol in your newsfeed, because this social networking site is about to start using the widely popular hashtag.
When browsing through Pinterest, have you ever found something you just had to buy? Or perhaps you find a recipe you’re just dying to make. However, when you click though, often times your product or recipe of interest leads to a dead link, with zero product information on how to make it or where to buy it. Well, those days of frustration are over.
We have all manipulated our social media accounts and sites to get our names high on the rank list. But what many have not considered in this equation is how powerful author rank is with Google+1’s and the infamous ‘likes.’
Twitter can be a great asset for businesses. If used properly, it can be a very beneficial tool for marketing, customer service, communication and sales. Whether your twitter is for personal or business use, this ultimate guide to best Twitter practices will give you the information you need to get the most out of Twitter.
Facebook is one of the smartest platforms a company can use to increase their awareness. However, Facebook can also backfire on a business if it isn’t being used efficiently. Here are ten surefire ways to misuse Facebook and lose your followers.
Since its inception, Pinterest has more than proved itself as an effective marketing tool for businesses. Recently, Pinterest revamped its website. Certain features have been added, improving the site’s navigability and overall appearance, while other features have been discontinued. With proper understanding, the new and improved Pinterest will be an even more beneficial tool for businesses to market with.
It seems like everywhere you look nowadays there are #hashtags coming at us in every direction. The concept that was started on Twitter, has grown into a social media phenomenon, showing up everywhere from social media outlets to corporate advertising. While hashtags can be very beneficial to its users, many of us are completely unaware of how to use them and why they were created. Hashtags have gained a recently popularity among social media users, so here is a quick guide on how to properly use a hashtag.
Being a community manager isn’t just about Tweeting, Pinning, and Facebooking all day long. It takes determination, passion, and an incredible amount of skill. Community managers wear many hats, and their workday certainly doesn’t end in time for happy hour. If you’re considering a career in community management, make sure you have the following qualities in the bag:
Is Pheed the new Twitter? This was the question on all of our minds in November 2012 when the new app was introduced into the social media sphere. Shockingly enough, Pheed is now the number one social media app in Apple’s App Store and giving apps like Facebook and Twitter a run for their money.
Musician and celebrities from all industries gathered in Hollywood this past Sunday to celebrate the 55th annual Grammy awards. While awards were given to the top musicians chosen by expert panelists, another group of winners was being crowned in the social media sphere.
The Super Bowl has always drawn a considerable amount of media attention and hype, but for an event centered on football, the night was stolen by surprise power outages, interesting ads, and a jaw-dropping performance by Beyoncé.
Brands are using social networks. It’s the 21st century of marketing. Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest are overflowing with brands desperate to connect with their customers. It can often become a little overwhelming.
There’s one social network, though, that seems tailor-made for promoting businesses: Instagram. Like Pinterest, Instagram is an image-based network that has ballooned in popularity in the last year, and like Pinterest, its users are devoted and enthusiastic to a degree unmatched in almost any other social network.
So how should you go about playing a part on the Instagram network? How can you make it work for your brand, increasing awareness and building your image to the next level? It’s simple. Here’s a brief guide to teach you how to use Instagram for business:
The name Pheed may be less than inspiring, but the concept behind this new social media site is a little more intriguing, especially to those of us bored with Facebook and unimpressed by Twitter. I’m not saying I am, per se, but some of you might be!
While most other sites look at a single idea and a niche, such as 140 character messages or photos on Instagram, Pheed attempts to bring together the most appealing elements of each for one big, comprehensive package.
Essentially, the Pheed social network is one massive ‘pheed’ of information containing trending topics, an alternative version of the Timeline, photos, and other data with a couple of extra twists thrown in to add some identity. Here are some advantages and disadvantages of this new social network: