3 Strategies to Make Big Content Work for Your Brand

Convince & Convert

That means new media (like Prezi instead of PowerPoint), new formats (like scrolling sites, mobile apps and purpose-built Slideshares) and new styles (attitude-filled rants instead of bland white papers). Matthew Gratt leads BuzzStream’s marketing and growth initiatives.

How to Promote Your Content Across Owned, Earned, and Paid Media

Convince & Convert

At BuzzStream, we’ve found that sharing our best content with our customers via email is an excellent way to get social distribution. If you do a lot of outreach to these smaller influencers, you may want to use a tool like BuzzStream to find these people and manage your process.

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45 Marketing Tools to Consider for 2017

Razor Social

Other useful features include sentiment monitoring and trending topics analytics, mobile app analytics, event tracking, and much more. It is available both as Web and mobile application (Android and iOS). BuzzStream.

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Competitive Marketing Analysis: 14 Ways to Monitor and Beat Your Competitors

Writtent Blog

A website is the backbone of your digital presence, and it’s critical to out-optimize your competition, particularly in an era where mobile optimization is so important. Load Times: Does the website load quickly in all browsers, and on mobile-enabled devices? BuzzStream.

How to Increase Your Twitter Impressions Organically

Sprout Social

The number of impressions displayed in Twitter Analytics only counts Tweets that appear within Twitter’s desktop or mobile app. A survey from Fractl and Buzzstream found the top reasons people unfollow brands on social media were: Too much self-promotion.

25 of the Best Web Presence Optimization Guides of 2012

Webbiquity SMM

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An Introduction to Social Media for Business

Sprout Social

The interesting thing about all of these is unlike Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Google+, they are mobile first. According to a study by Buzzstream and Fractl , the most common reason people unfollow brands is because their content is too boring or repetitive.

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