Fri.Apr 19, 2019

Content for the Customer Journey – Phase IV: Post-Purchase

Ignite Social Media

Congratulations, you did it! You got someone to buy your product. ???? So what do you do now? ??. Well, we can tell you what NOT to do – don’t forget about that person.

Automatization of Digital Marketing with the Help of Services

Social Media Marketing

The market for automation services is growing every year, and now even representatives of the micro-business are already using several services and how much do you use? Keep in mind that in the New Year you will need as much again to be in trend!

Social Media Is Reverting Society From Adults Back Into Children

Forbes Social Media

Social media has become a toxic cesspool of hate and stupidity, where the loudest and most obnoxious one wins and enlightened insight is overwhelmed by sarcasm and toxicity. Is there any hope for a social future

15 Facebook stats every marketer should know for 2019

Sprout Social

Despite efforts to unseat it, Facebook is still the reigning social media network. As of the end of 2018, it boasted over 2.32 billion monthly active users. The use of Facebook has evolved through the years so it’s important for marketers to be up to date on the newest statistics.

CPC 88

Social Media Automation 101

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

Facebook Quietly Confirms Millions Of Unencrypted Instagram Passwords Exposed -- Change Yours Now

Forbes Social Media

As Facebook quietly confirms that millions of unencrypted Instagram passwords have been exposed, here's what happened and why you should change your password now

The Voice of Authority? When the Salesperson Was the Expert


In the old days, salespeople were the experts we relied on to educate us about products and services. In a world where we didn’t have the ability to go online to conduct independent research, buyers were at the mercy of sellers. Of course, that’s not true anymore.

More Trending

Are You Losing Followers Due to Bad Photo Content?


Whether you are using Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Snapchat or Twitter, the way you communicate with people on each platform is totally different. Most people are more attracted to visual content , and others prefer text. Content Intelligence Tech Visual Content Intelligence

Facebook's Password Breach Is Even Worse But It Won't Matter Because We Don't Care

Forbes Social Media

The unfortunate truth about Facebook's latest security breach admission is that the public has become so inured to cybersecurity breaches that what was once front page news worthy of congressional hearings is now simply viewed as a routine fact of life online

News 87

How To Post Facebook 3D Photos Without An iPhone

Forbes Social Media

You can now upload 3D photos to Facebook from a Web browser

How Earth Day Is Different This Year, From The Epicenter Of The Movement

Forbes Social Media

Earth Day Network president Kathleen Rogers told me that the key focus in 2019 and 2020, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, is two-fold: spreading the message and voting. Think global act local


The Content Marketing Survival Guide: How to Navigate the Wilds of Social Media

Use this guide to inspire your creativity and ignite more successful and sustainable social media conversations.

Do We Really Need It? On The Excess Of Technology

Forbes Social Media

In a world where updates to apps and new hardware is changing constantly, how do we decide when we have enough technology and can there ever be too much? This piece explores this issue

Would It Be So Bad If Instagram Hid The Number Of Likes On Posts?

Forbes Social Media

Obsessing over Instagram Likes can have negative effects on self-esteem and overall quality of life, especially for teens. Maybe we're better off without the online popularity contests

Instagram's Seizure Of Sussexroyal And Our Lack Of Digital Property Rights

Forbes Social Media

In the digital dictatorships of our social media platforms, there is no such thing as digital property rights and companies have the right to seize our work and hand it over to someone else with deeper pockets or viewed as more important to the platform