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Facebook crisis

Lesson From Facebook: 5 Tips on Handling Crisis Communications

Crisis communications is the opposite of traditional public relations and involves putting out a “fire” of some sort. Your brand might be under scrutiny for something said or done from a product recall to a bad tweet. There is often a tide of public and media opinion that follows. Your response is the most important…

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Rethinking Data-Driven Marketing in the Wake of the Cambridge Analytica Scandal

It’s a strange time to be a data scientist. News about Cambridge Analytica’s ‘problematic’ (we prefer the term morally bankrupt) approach to data analysis has left the 23 million Canadians on Facebook feeling suspicious and defenseless. And the community of social, behavioral and data scientists who work in marketing and communications have never looked more like…

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Digital Marketing Courses

5 Free Digital Marketing Courses Every Marketer Should Take

We’ve all heard it before – take this course and advance your SEO strategy, it only costs $499 and it’s a limited time offer. Now, we may be asking ourselves, “Is it worth investing my money into this course?” Unless the person offering the course uncovered Google’s algorithm, I’d say no, probably not. However, there…

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Retargeting

How to Add Retargeting to Your Digital Marketing Strategy

In a perfect world, your prospects would come to your website and buy from you on their first visit, and you would earn a consistent profit. The problem is that reality is not simple, and most people won’t buy from you when they visit your site for the first time. If you want to get…

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facebook algo

Facebook View Metrics Decline Suddenly

Late last week and over the weekend, Facebook brand managers started noticing something: post reach/viewability dropped like a rock. In a statement to the various marketing publications, Facebook announced that it was changing how its measurement algorithm calculated post views to match how it calculates ad views. The change now means that a post has…

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State of Social Facebook

State of Social Q4 2017: Facebook Smashes Ad Revenue Records, $6 ARPU

Facebook, the largest social network and the largest product ever made for the human race intentionally, released its 4Q 2017 earnings report. Let’s see what the social media juggernaut had to say. User Growth After passing 2 billion monthly active users last year, Facebook added another 2.75% growth to its user base, taking it to…

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The End of the Instagram Influencer (As We Know It)

Facebook, Instagram’s parent company, has had it with influencers, at least as many of them stand on the service now. They’re taking strong action to nullify the automated tactics of many Instagram influencers. The collateral damage? Like its parent, Instagram will be far more pay-to-play for brands and businesses. The free ride is over. What’s…

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facebook algo

How Much Impact Has Facebook’s Newsfeed Changes Had?

Much ado was made during the month of January about Facebook’s Newsfeed changes. Social media experts proclaimed that everything was fine; business press declared the era of social media over. What actually happened, and how measurable has the impact been? Methodology To examine the changes, we looked at the Facebook engagement rates of 3,265 Facebook…

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Marketing After Facebook for Brands [VIDEO]

Facebook changed its algorithm to suppress unpaid brand posts. Do we just dig our credit cards out and pay Mr. Zuckerberg whatever he wants? What are our alternatives? In this video, we’ll review the five pillars of digital marketing communications and how Facebook’s changes shouldn’t impact the rest of our marketing efforts: Search marketing Social…

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State of Social Facebook

State of Social Media 3Q 2017: Facebook Nears $5 ARPU

Facebook, the largest social network and arguably the largest product ever made for the human race intentionally, released its 3Q 2017 earnings. Let’s see what the behemoth had to say. User Growth After passing 2 billion monthly active users last quarter, Facebook notched another 72 million or so new monthly active users for 3.29% growth.…

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