'Social Media' Archive
It’s Pinterest’s 5th birthday today! And what a five years it’s been for the little social engine that could. On this festive occasion, let’s take a look back at what Pinterest has accomplished these past few years and what’s on the horizon.
What are Facebook’s newest strategies to stay on top? How is Google revolutionizing broadcast advertising? The answers to these questions and more in this week’s newsletter.
As 2014 winds down, there have already been dozens and dozens of “top trends for 2015″ articles and blog posts attempting to predict what will be big in the social space next year: from paid, to content, to video, to measurement. […]
In this day and age, you’d think that most marketers would be social media aficionados. Unfortunately, some of the simplest and most effective practices for paid social media management tend to be easily overlooked. With all of our new technology, it’s a growing problem for brands to think a little bit too hard about getting their messages across to audiences and forget the basics….
Learn how smart marketers maximize social media engagement on Twitter without breaking the bank.
Sharable headlines are not necessarily searchable. Find out the difference between search-friendly and social-friendly content.
We hosted our monthly Buzz Event today. This month Brennan Brooks talked about how to maximize paid media budget by leveraging owned and earned media data.
#AmazonCart is the most convenient social media eCommerce integration to date. Read more about this big win for Amazon and Twitter.
There’s a new search engine in town. Pinterest released their own search engine called Guided Search, which runs solely on image results.
It seems almost monthly now that Facebook makes some sort of tweak to its News Feed. Now, Facebook is trying to alleviate “like-baiting” organic content from brand pages, which they consider to be in the realm of “spam.”