Partnership Unpacked, Season 2, Episode 2, with Max Rivera
Current requirements for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube and SnapChat.
What do you do when your top social network, where you have spent years building an audience, no longer wants to exist?
One of the most common questions from both businesses and social media marketers is “how many?” How many users. How many people. How many opportunities – for each of the social networks. Here are updated Active User Counts.
From Snapchat to Instagram, being able to create brand Stories is now everywhere. But are they a good idea? Who might be paying attention enough to benefit? Let’s find out.
Not every natural event will have the same widespread interest as the 2017 Solar Eclipse, yet examples of great newsjacking marketing during the event can help every business.
How does social media integrate into our overall marketing plan and strategy? To answer that, we will first explore all of the different ways in which businesses can effectively use social media to promote and grow their business. We’ll then be in a better position to determine social media’s place in the marketing universe.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have the influence and marketing know-how to grab the attention of your target audience every time you shared something to social media?
It seems everyone wants a piece of the SnapChat phenomena. Google recently attempted to outbid Facebook acquire the social startup and was rebuffed, depite offering a King’s ransom for the business, and Twitter has incorporated a similar feature into Direct Messages. And now instead, social giant Facebook has just built their own version. But instead …