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How well is your social media strategy engaging Pinterest's ever-growing userbase? Improve your pins' conversion power with these strategies.
“70 percent of brand engagement on Pinterest is generated by users”
A few weeks ago, I wrote an article detailing 10 new Facebook features for 2016 which naturally sparked a lot of interest: after all, who isn’t excited about shiny new features on Facebook? But its popularity made me wonder if there are existing Facebook features that may be underutilized by businesses, communication professionals and marketers. After all, Facebook has been around for a (relatively) long time, so there must be some features that are currently under-appreciated but may be very helpful.The purpose of this post is to reintroduce you to some Facebook features that have been around for a while and may be very helpful....
Learn the recent statistics on how people really use snapchat and their attitude toward branded content.
In November 2015,Harvard researchers found that 36% of 18–29-year-old Americans have a Snapchat account, up from 28% in 2014. Today, the app has over 100 million daily active users.
Facebook is the primary second screen for NFL fans before, during and after the game, according to an analysis by Nielsen.
Nielsen examined the volume of Facebook activity in the 15 minutes prior to kickoff and found that they represented a “strong estimator” of the TV audience for the first minute of those games.
people are starting to plan a romantic date and thinking of what gift to buy for their special someone. In the US floral industry alone, it is projected that people will spend $3.3 billion for V-Day.
This infographic will give you an insight on how you can boost your sales for Valentine's Day.
For the rest of the morning, we focused on answering one simple question: “Why should my customers care?”
That e-newsletter you are sending out. Why should they care?
Your Facebook post? Why should they care?
Your blog post, video or (God help us all) Snapchat?
You get the point....