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How to Know If Your Brand Should Hop on a New Social Media Trend

Ignite Social Media

What is the sentiment behind the trend? Some trends, such as #Sharknado3, make a lot more sense for a tortilla chip company than they do for an insurance company. Some hashtags, trends and memes, while popular, have the potential to be lost on – or offend – your brand’s audience. Some trends and hashtags, while appearing innocent, may have a more complicated background. Naturally, a brand decided to jump on the conversation, without researching the hashtag’s origins.

Social Pros 13 – Ryon Harms, Farmers Insurance

Convince & Convert

This episode features Ryon Harms , the head of social media for Farmers Insurance. There’s very little correlation between how a GOP candidate seems to perform in terms of mentions and sentiment with the number of people that actually walk to the polls and flip the switch or fill in the bubble. Special Guest: Ryon Harms of Farmers Insurance. Ryon Harms, Farmers Insurance @thesocialexec. Putting the hashtag on the car was I think a great way to actually do that.

16 Tips for Using #hashtags HINT: You’re doing it wrong :P #socialmedia

Laurel Papworth

If you create content and don’t use a hashtag you are passing it through OWNED media (your subscribers) but it rarely escapes into EARNED media (other people who would be interested. Try adding a hashtag or two that you know people use and monitor and see how it resonates. Not community driven content. Without the hashtags, status updates, tweets, social objects sit there waiting for the subscribers to see it. 16 Tips for Using Hashtags.