Category Archive for: Social Media

Twitter tips

Twitter Tips: Crafting The Right Tweet

Ever get here and just totally draw a blank? …or do you get here, draft and send a tweet you think is absolutely stellar, then don’t see the results you were expecting? If you said ‘yes’ to either of these questions, or unfortunately both of them, today is your lucky day, friend. Long copy or short copy?…

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State of Social Q1 2017: Snapchat Reveals Little, Saturated Already?

Snapchat, the shiniest new object in social media (at least as far as publicly-traded companies go), held its first earnings call since its initial public offering (IPO). User Growth Snapchat reports its userbase by quarterly averaged daily active users, meaning the number of users who are active daily on average throughout the quarter. What we…

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State of Social

State of Social Q1 2017: Facebook nears 2 billion users, says video or else

The largest social network in the world – and to some people, the entire Internet – released its Q1 2017 earnings. What’s new with the 800 pound gorilla in social media? User Growth Facebook’s overall growth remained above 4% quarter-over-quarter in Q1, which it has sustained over the past 3 quarters. Facebook is just short…

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State of Social Q1 2017: Twitter User Growth Takes Off

Twitter, the microblogging service that Wall Street loves to hate, has surprised analysts and marketers alike with its Q1 2017 results. Let’s see what took everyone by surprise. Audience Growth Twitter’s audience growth reversed course, showing almost 3% quarter-over-quarter growth. Twitter hasn’t seen this level of user growth in two years: Mobile growth remained at…

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LinkedIn

An Exec’s Guide to LinkedIn: Quick Tips For Boosting Presence

As a redhead, I hate to use this term … but many people have come to view LinkedIn as the red-headed stepchild of the core social networks. Twitter, Facebook and Instagram dominate daily life on social media for everyday users. But when it comes to business, it’s hard to argue that LinkedIn doesn’t provide value.…

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Social Media Marketing World 2017 Recap

I had the pleasure and privilege to speak not once, but twice at Social Media Marketing World 2017 (SMMW17), a fantastic event thrown annually by Social Media Examiner. If you have the resources and time to attend, you should. Michael Stelzner and his crew do an amazing job. Let’s run through what was hot this…

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Optimize Digital Marketing Efforts

Free Tools to Help New Companies Optimize Digital Marketing Efforts

In today’s digital world, online marketing is crucial to the success of any newly established company. Oftentimes, however, young brands try to offset the steep costs of starting a business by tightening the purse strings for any “excess” activity in their first year. Unfortunately, public relations and marketing are often included on the list of…

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The Right Way to Set Up Snapchat Snapcodes with URLs

In late January, Snapchat released a new feature to help advertisers and businesses drive more impactful business results via their platform: the URL Snapcode. What is a URL Snapcode? In short, a Snapcode that opens a web page in Snapchat. Here’s an example. To use it, take a picture of it in Snapchat. To generate…

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Should Your Business Leverage Facebook Live?

The rise of live video is no secret–especially within today’s tense political and social climate. However, if you’re not a politician, renowned craft beer brewer, or reality celebrity, but instead a business owner or marketer, should your brand be going live? Our short answer: your brand should start leveraging Facebook Live. Our long answer: you…

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State of Social

State of Social Q4 2016: Twitter Sees Negative Revenue Growth

Twitter, the social network which still comprises the backbone of most social media metrics, made it through another year. While speculation was rampant about its purchase, it ended the year still an independent entity. Let’s see how it fared. Audience Growth Twitter’s audience growth continued to decline, slipping below 1% quarter over quarter: Mobile growth…

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