Can you lose your Facebook Page because you didn't follow the rules? Facebook would never shut down a Page because they ran a contest and did something like... oh, I don't know, maybe offer to donate a dollar to charity for every Like their Page gets... right?
I'm constantly seeing people saying they've never heard of a Page being shut down for violating a rule and that Facebook doesn't enforce most of them anyway. Well, here are two examples of some popular Pages that were shut down by Facebook for some seemingly innocent contest rule violations. Think it's okay to do it just because you see the big dogs doing it? Think again.
For this post, we reached out to 25 of the industry’s brightest and asked them to provide us with what they believe will be the top three link building strategies for 2013. Over half of the individuals we reached out to were women, two of which responded (but didn’t provide a quote) and the rest didn’t bother replying to the email request at all.
When you're writing articles for yourself, or your company's blog, you'll want to make sure that they have the best possible potential to be found by readers and picked up in search engine results. The key to maximum exposure is article optimization.
Econsultancy (blog) How Walmart uses Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and Google+ Econsultancy (blog) Social media is one of the most important marketing channels for brands, as it offers unique opportunities to communicate with customers.
A business that isn't utilizing social media is a business that is doomed. But the problem is not that businesses aren't getting on board the bus: it's that most can't find a good seat and don't even know where the bus is going.
As we reported yesterday, Twitter has acquired Bluefin Labs, the social media analytics company. One change from our earlier report: We hear that Twitter ended up paying around $90 million, plus earn-outs, for the startup.
Soon after our post about Twitter being referenced in 50% of Super Bowl commercials, and Google+ being shut-out, the Google+ defenders started complaining. Since Google+ supports hashtags, was our analysis biased toward Twitter?