Welcome to social media marketing from around the Web. The links here focus on building business-to-business and business-to-consumer relationships. The Social Media Conundrum holds various links and videos for your perusal, enjoyment and learning. Stop jumping on social media bandwagons.
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How to Use Facebook to Improve Your Brand Image. With so many consumers signing in to Facebook on a daily basis and over 3 billion video viewers watching
With so many consumers signing in to Facebook on a daily basis and over 3 billion video viewers watching clips, posting videos and photos are the most popular ways to get attention for your brand. From moms and students to career driven individuals and travelers, there is a vast array of consumers to target, making it a fantastic platform for any business looking to get attention for their brand.
In the era of online reviews and social media, you’d think that customer service and customer loyalty would be a central focus of most brands and marketers. But they’re typically not, though one often hears lip service paid to these values.
Facebook is testing a new feature in Spain and Ireland to expand the range of reactions to posts beyond just the "thumbs up." What might it mean for marketers once this feature is released worldwide? Contributor Jane Morgan explores.
Think content is a channel that should be departmentalized? Think again! Rebecca Lieb explains why team members across your marketing organization need to collaborate and align on content. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Social networks are always making updates and tweaks to their platforms. And in a recent update, Twitter removed share counts from their Tweet buttons, affecting many bloggers and publishers. As some data has started to emerge on how the...
For years, there have been rumours flying around that Twitter would one day remove their 140 character limit. It appears that day could be close, as on Tuesday (January 5th, 2016), Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey gave the biggest hint yet that this may...
Delivering personalized messages to consumers is a holy grail for marketers. Columnist Steve Dille shows how you can do it without waiting for Big Data implementation. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
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