Great stories inspire. They invoke wonder and provoke engagement. They spark the connection that lights the fire of passion. These three TED talks show you exactly what that means and how you can apply it to your own brand storytelling.
People remember stories for a lot longer than they remember corporate talk. They often don’t remember the ingredients in your product, or that it now has added fiber or even many of the new bells and whistles added.
Before you plan out a contest, you need to consider more than numbers because if you don’t, you will just be wasting your time and money. Make every interaction count to really make an impact! You can start here with the 12 Most Strategic Goals for Winning Social Media Contests:
For a complete guide on how to scale images for the Facebook newsfeed check out the below infographic from Gain. Once you begin scaling images using this guide, you should notice an improvement in your Facebook page performance…
This post does not rely on experience, observation, commonly held beliefs, guesswork or any other abstract factors to tell you where Twitter followers come from and how to get and keep them. This post is based entirely on scientific analysis and facts – numbers, stats, hard-to-refute conclusions. So, let’s get going.
If you haven’t heard the Comcast customer service call heard round the world, perhaps you’ve been watching too much cable TV. Hit pause and listen to AOL executive Ryan Block’s post of an eight-minute segment of his phone call with a customer retention specialist who tried to stop him from canceling his cable service.