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If you're looking for help with how to use to Instagram, here are 30 Instagram rules for businesses!
Instagram is een social fotoplatform dat een enorme groei heeft doorgemaakt. Een goed voorbeeld ook van de voortdurende trend en de waardering van mobiele gebruikers voor het delen van meer visuele informatie.
Het artikel geeft een overzicht van alle do's en don'ts, en geeft goede tips hoe je Instagram voor je bedrijf kunt gebruiken.
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I selected this article by Jenn Hermann who is doing a 12 month series for Curatti on how to use Instagram to create amazing results for your business. I had the great pleasure of meeting Jenn on Instagram and she knows what she's talking about!
Here's an intro:
"If you’re struggling with how to use Instagram as part of your marketing strategy, it might be because you don’t know what to do and what not to do."
Here are some highlights that caught my attention:
Complete your bio with relevant information
Include your website in the bio – this is the only place where you can include a hyperlink
Do NOT share every Instagram post to Facebook or Twitter. Give people a reason to follow you here
Do not follow everyone that follows you – follow only those with similar interests or engagement
Thank and engage with everyone who commented on your post and use the @ before their name otherwise they won't see it
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Selected by Jan Gordon for Curatti covering Curation, Social Business and Beyond
Read more here: [http://bit.ly/1hstUDd]
The Internet is full of people sharing interesting things all day. From liking pictures on Facebook to retweeting cool articles, sharing is something everyone enjoys doing in one way or another. Yet receiving likes and retweets can seem impossible.
This article and infographic was posted by Ted Nguyen for his blog.
One of the most pressing questions whether you're new to social media or a social media maven is: What's the best way to post information or share content to optimize your reach
Compendium, a content marketing firm conducted a study of more than 200 companies to determine how social media professionals may optimize their engagement with both business-to-business-to-consumer conversations.
What they found is consistent with what Ted Nguyen has experienced and he has demonstrated that he clearly knows what he's doing
Here are some highlights:
"My experience in sharing more than 21,000 tweets and Facebook posts to my more than 82,000 Twitter followers and Facebook friends is consistent with the study’s findings"
**I recommend the hours between 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Pacific Time) or 1 to 4 p.m. (Eastern Time) are the best times for Twitter and Facebook to optimize social engagement engagement.
**I find that tweets shared earlier in the week do better than those sent later in the week. I also have discovered that Facebook posts do best Wednesday early afternoon.
**if you look at Ted's social shares, they run around the clock. he tries his best to engage with people in real time or near real time.
Selected by Jan Gordon covering: "Curation, Social Business and Beyond"
Read article and see infographic here: [http://bit.ly/VG0xGL]
Infographic by DKNewMedia
Survey by Compendium
Social media is here to stay. The last few years have proven that. And, there are no signs of slowing down any time soon.
Na mijn eigen ervaringen met een soort Project X in het klein tijdens het huisfeestje voor mijn dochters verjaardag is dit behartenswaardig en actueel leesvoer.
In dit kwalitatieve onderzoeksrapport doet VINT (Verkenningsinstituut Nieuwe Technologie, van IT dienstverlener Sogeti) een aanbeveling over hoe om te gaan met de top 10 nadelige gevolgen van sociale media. Het antwoord is‘ SlowTech; van realtime naar righttime informatietechnologie. Ontworpen voor aandacht in plaats van afleiding. “Onmiddellijkheid moet plaatsmaken voor gepastheid” aldus Sander Duivestein en Jaap Bloem, de auteurs van dit rapport. (dit is deel 2, btw)