Rumors of a Facebook bug has users from all over the world worried about private messages showing up very publicly on Timeline pages, but the social network is debunking those claims, saying these messages are actually just older wall posts.
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Love this infographic. Not going to write all of this excellent advice here, but here is their top 10 Social Media Rules:
2. Stop and Ask would an actual person talk that way?
3. Everyone says they don't want to be marketed to, really they just don't want to be talked down to! (YES)
5. As monetization attempts to up, consumer experience goes down.
6. Don't try to be clever, BE CLEVER.
7. Social is 24/7/365 NOT a one time stunt. (YES!)
8. Always write back.
9. Have and ROI. Haven an ROI. Have an ROI.
10. People would rather talk to "Comcast Melissa" than Comcast.
This infographic just keeps giving great advice until they end up wtih the 36 Rules of Social Media Marketing.
Via Martin (Marty) Smith
It's becoming a necessity to integrate your SEO strategy with social media activity.
Here are some examples of how aligning SEO and social media efforts can really boost the impact of your SEO performance, especially from a link building standpoint.
Via Antonino Militello
You’ve decided to pursue a content marketing strategy.
“Content marketing isn’t just about adding more content; it’s about creating information for a target audience that has a particular purpose and intended outcome. Content drives awareness, but also social interaction, customer engagement and sales.”
92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting.
It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.
Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to:
47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption
Via Jonha Richman
Excerpted from article:
“The snake which cannot cast its skin has to die.”Fredrich Neitzsche.
As an industry, change is something we live with day in day out, but we're in a period of unprecedented shift. Google is moving to a model of rewarding relevance and value based on the semantic web while rendering manipulative techniques of old redundant.
It’s time to do #RCS or Real Company Stuff (the polite version). And content investment leads that charge, which means you’ll need to know how to make the most of creating it.
What follows are a few killer tips to help with that transition and help everyone “cast off” that skin, starting with this quick-fire list of actions you should be considering taking as you grow your content investment..."
The author of the article analyzes 46 ways in these sections below:
- Idea Creation;
- Creating Structure;
- Content Strategy;
- Content Execution;
- Measure Effectiveness.
Read full article here:
Via Giuseppe Mauriello
Image When it comes to social media, everybody has one of those friends or followers – you know, the one whose Facebook timeline or Twitter feed features a running account of their day, ranging from work-related minutia to relationship issues and ...
Via Manuel Thomas
Red e App teamed with Brian Wallace of Nowsourcing to develop an Infographic that details how interruptions impact employee productivity.
Is it possible to be too connected in this digital age? Research data indicates, yes.
Recognizing that it's a personal choice in determining your level of manageable noise.
A millennial most likely sleeps with their mobile phone.
Among the findings, workers are interrupted approximately once every 10.5 minutes, and that it takes an average of 23 minutes to return to an assigned task.
The impact of these interruptions is staggering — costing the American economy almost $650 billion dollars a year, it says.
The Infographic then breaks down the amount of time that Facebook, Twitter and email suck out of your day.
By Red e App. http://bit.ly/QyrwOz
As an avid social media user you’ve probably jumped straight into Pinterest and quickly discovered that pinning can take up an enormous amount of time. Here is a tool that will save you a lot of time, increase traffic and clicks to your pins . . .
Via David Blundell
We regularly get asked a lot of questions about Facebook by small businesses who are trying to figure out how to use the platform. We can feel their pain because Facebook pages constantly change and evolving, and for a small team who don’t always have the time to update their page, it can be a tricky thing to stay on top of.
To help answer those questions and also have a post that we can just refer people to in the future, we’ve compiled 25 important tips to help improve your Facebook page. We’ve shared short concise answers with links to posts where we have explained it, or the part of Facebook that will provide additional information.