Tue.Mar 14, 2017

Top 5 Facebook Trends & How to Implement Them

Sprout Social

It seems like every time you check the news, there’s something new going on at Facebook. It can be challenging to keep up with all the latest changes and updates. But we’ve got you covered with a few of the latest Facebook trends we’ve seen.

How to Transform Your Brand in 30 Days on Social

Simply Measured

What if you could transform your brand in 30 days, using the resources and skills you have as a social media marketer today? 25 Ways to Come Up with More Creative Campaigns Download.

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The 5 Aspirational Brands Millennials Are Obsessed With

Pixlee

Did you know millennials are the largest living generation? With 75.4 million people between the ages of 18 and 34 (as of 2015), it’s no wonder brands everywhere are trying to make their mark within the millennial demographic

What 2,957 Facebook Pages Told Me About Organic Reach

agora pulse

How do you get more organic reach on Facebook? Or in layperson’s terms, how do you get more people to see your posts on Facebook without paying for ads? I think only one person knows for sure and he lives in Palo Alto.

Social Media Automation 101

A beginner's guide to social media automation tools and getting automation right.

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3 Tips for a Productive Approach to Email

ProBlogger

Back in 2006 Merlin Mann created a series of posts on the 43 Folders blog called Inbox Zero. I am sure most of you have heard this term, but from chatting with bloggers at conferences and meet ups, most bloggers have misinterpreted the key philosophy behind Inbox Zero.

Scratch That One Little Customer Itch

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Twitter did some thing this week. It was very small. It can have a huge impact. Yes, Twitter is in all kinds of trouble. They have sliding revenues and meager growth. They are amping up on their traditional advertising to drive customer acquisition, and everyone knows that the biggest bump that they're getting these days come from a United States President that loves to drop 140 characters bombs on a variety of topics. In fact, Twitter has much larger problems to deal with.