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The dashboard lets users see how many impressions each tweet has received (how many times users saw the tweet on Twitter), the number of favorites their tweet has received, how many times others have clicked on their profiles, and the number of retweets and replies on a certain tweet. It also shows how many times users engaged with a tweet and what that engagement was.
A number of things happen when you sign into your Facebook account. You check your notifications, reply to any messages lingering out there… and then you probably scope out your newsfeed. Whether you’re looking for a laugh from your friends’ latest ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos or the latest news about the iPhone 6—you get drawn to your newsfeed for a reason. That’s exactly why Facebook ads can be so effective and offer a wealth of potential for increasing sales.
As of 2014, there are more than 1.28 billion monthly active Facebook users worldwide. You could see huge returns if you run a successful ad campaign on Facebook. While there are many details to consider when setting up and optimizing your Facebook ads—such as choosing a photo, analyzing click-through rate (CTR), cost-per-click (CPC) and more—mastering a few basic details will help increase your overall return on investment.
When setting up your Facebook ads, keep these tips in mind for a better ad campaign response:
If your social media feeds haven’t been clogged with videos of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge this week, then you’re in the minority.
The campaign involves people dumping buckets of ice water on themselves (or being doused by others), sharing a video of the experience and nominating others to give it a try as a way to build awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS.) Otherwise known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” ALS is a progressive disease that causes nerve cells to deteriorate and eventually leads to total paralysis and death.
Pinterest unveiled their new analytics platform earlier this week as the latest addition to their Pinterest for business toolkit. After being announced in June and beta tested with a select number of brands, the new tools are now available for free to anyone with averified business account.
Are you struggling to find ideas for posts on Twitter, Facebook and Google+?
Do you need to come up with additional social media updates?
Even seasoned social media marketers can find it difficult to keep up with the demand for fresh content.
In this article you’ll discover 26 (A to Z style) prompts to help you deliver a never-ending supply of social media updates.
Some great ideas in this article.
Doesn’t it seem like a lot of online news sites have moved beyond reporting the news to openly inciting your outrage (and your page views)? News analyst Sally Kohn suggests — don’t engage with news that looks like it just wants to make you mad. Instead, give your precious clicks to the news sites you truly trust.
Direct messages are a private message sent directly to a specific user on Twitter, that nobody else is able to see unless they have access to that account. There are three key things that you need to know about direct messages:
- You can only send a direct message to someone that you follow and follows you in return.
- Direct messages are still subject to Twitter’s 140-character limit.
- You can only send up to 250 direct messages a day – this shouldn’t be a problem, unless you’re a particularly chatty tweep.
Facebook contests and promotions are becoming one of the best ways to drive traffic, leads and attention to your web site, brand or product. Since there are already over a billion people on Facebook, getting the attention of only the smallest fraction of those people could result in thousands of new clicks and leads to your site.
However, as exciting and enticing as running a contest on Facebook sounds, it’s not always so glamourous. One of the biggest problems with social media promotions is knowing how to actually set them up and making sure you are setup for success before you get started.
Recent research shows that 53% of businesses spend less than 5% of their total marketing budget on conversion optimization. 35% of the businesses report a conversion rate of less than 1%. It wouldn't surprise me if a good chunk of businesses don't even know their eCommerce conversion rates. For this reason, I will be highlighting some incredibly useful and actionable tips which will be almost guaranteed to help turn wasted visitors into paying customers.
Many marketers feel like the engine is always running. There’s always more to do – campaigns to run, technologies to master, analytics to check… And, of course, there’s the constant need to drive more leads, better leads, and faster MQLs. In fact, 78% of B2B marketers state that “generating more leads” is the biggest challenge they are currently facing.
Increasing your commitment to content marketing is a good place to start, but you also need your content to work hard – and smart – for you. You probably already know about leveraging your marketing automation with interactive content. But did you know that according to DemandGen Report’s 2013 Content Preferences Survey, only 5% of buyers are willing to provide detailed information in exchange for whitepapers?
That is why many marketers are incorporating interactive content into their overall strategy. Assessments, benchmarking tests, ROI calculators, interactive infographics, interactive whitepapers, and knowledge tests about best practices, as well as old standbys like polls, surveys, and quizzes – interactive content is smart content.
You can think about the benefits of interactive content in three categories – facilitating dialogue, creating a value exchange, and delivering content in new, exciting ways. Here’s how these three benefits break down:
Ok Content is King but should I create or curate? #iSocialTalks Loving the community questions coming in but by far the most popular one after how to use has...
I agree add value and watch your follower list grow.
Traditionally, timelapse videos were a very difficult and laborious process. They required a tripod, hundreds of photographs taken in short intervals over several hours, and additional hours of editing. Today, developers from Instagram released a new app, Hyperlapse from Instagram, that will make it possible to post a timelapse video in a matter of seconds.
Using clever stabilization technology, Hyperlapse can make shaky handheld video footage look like something filmed with a tripod. The app opens up straight to the camera, where the user taps to start and to end the recording as they would when filming any video. Afterwards, the user can choose between 1x and 12x playback speed, and save the video to camera roll once they’ve achieved their desired effect.
Have you ever caught yourself deleting a Facebook status update even before you post it, because you anticipate the negative backlash it will receive from your online friends?
I know I have, and according to a study by Pew Research, you probably have, too.
Twitter and Facebook can be useful tools for distributing news and information, but when it comes to sharing controversial news, America can be reluctant to share things on social media if they know friends might disagree with it.