'Social Media' Archive
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.”
It’s been widely reported that organic Facebook reach for brand pages has been greatly reduced in the past couple of months, with articles rolling out by the day about minimized organic impact. Even if you’re posting on your Facebook page […]
From the Facebook for Business blog, a visualization of the new ad campaign structure updates. On Wednesday, Facebook announced changes to its ad campaign structure that they’re going to start rolling out on March 4. Here’s our takeaway from the […]
Within the past month, two highly regulated industries – pharmaceuticals and banking – have finally received some definitive direction from their respective federal governing bodies around what they can and cannot do via social media channels. We’ve looked into these […]
How excited are we that GIF animations are now supported by Pinterest? And how do we think this will impact content marketing?
Increasingly social media has become a factor in Search Engine Optimization. So how much do social signals REALLY matter? Read on for details.
To celebrate the start of the New Year, the experts at Nina Hale, Inc. identified the biggest and most anticipated digital marketing predictions for 2014. From the rise of channel integration to shifts in social strategy, here is what NHI envisions taking center stage in 2014.
In 2013, the Nina Hale, Inc. staff saw many changes in search marketing. Here is our wrap-up of the year, in SEO, content, PPC, analytics, and social media.
Facebook Advertising has continuously taken impressive steps forward. Here are three reasons that are especially important to note.