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Facebook's Latest News Feed Algorithm Changes & What They Mean For Your Social Marketing via @curatti_

Facebook's Latest News Feed Algorithm Changes & What They Mean For Your Social Marketing via @curatti_ | Social Marketing Revolution | Scoop.it
The Ever Changing Content Carousel It’s no question that content is important on social media, and has been a large driver of social media’s meteoric rise as a preferred choice for marketers.
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Great post here about the ever changing merry-go-round that is Facebook marketing. Here is what Facebook's latest changes mean:

  • Writing skills now matter more.
  • Social media is a work IN PROGRESS
  • Engagement Matters too.
  • Stay Social Network Agnostic


Great Curatti.com post and good idea to assume those tips apply to all social nets.

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Death of Social Business Exaggerated Or Right? ScentTrail Marketing

Death of Social Business Exaggerated Or Right? ScentTrail Marketing | Social Marketing Revolution | Scoop.it

Brian Solis is a great writer and even better thinker. In this post he argues C-level executives have all but killed the nascent social media revolution I agree and disagree with Brian and share experience of more than 30 years of working with and selling to the C-Suite almost exclusively (after selling bar soap and candy to Wegman's grocery store managers for a few years).

I changed my career by being intrigued enough by PCs that I purchased one with money I didn't have in 1984. That experience of seeing something so clearly has happened more than once now and the social media revolution Solis describes as hung up on a rock is one of those future visions.

Do I agree with Solis that our social media revolution hasn't met its promise and that many old school ways remain? Yes and no. I note, in the piece a few examples of the digital revolutions wrecking ball Actually the digital revolution turns out to be more water on stone erosion than wrecking ball and SMM looks much the same.

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