If you’ve ever followed a brand on social media before a live event, you’ve had your feed cluttered with incessant updates and promotions. But then, when the event finally comes around, all you receive are constant reminders to attend the keynote, and nothing more about the actual event. When attend
/erikjfisher/ shares with /jeffsieh/ how the team at Social Media Examiner works. He weighs in on topics like scheduling posts, delegating work, responding to comments on social media, managing email, and useful tools. He even fields a few questions from the audience.
2015 was a huge year for social media management tools. As channels like Facebook begin rolling out more advanced marketing options to the masses, marketers are beginning to understand how imperative it is to have the right tools in their arsenal. That’s where G2Crowd comes in. They’ve analyzed tho
Facebook Groups are my secret sauce. I used them to recruit 150 writers in three months to help start a publication. A year later, I began freelancing for a company that sells software to digital...read more
It probably seemed like a good idea at the time. Three years ago, LinkedIn desperately needed to give users a reason to come back more often than when their resumes needed to be updated. It lacked the kind of lightweight, fast social interactions which make personal networks like Facebook, Twitter a
So, Facebook turned 10 this past February. Ten! That’s double digits, big boy age. Facebook can walk to the store to buy candy by itself now. Ten is a big milestone. For a lot less than 10 years, marketers have been working to figure out just how to use social to attract and retain customers. […]