Soon, social media will cease to be a job other than for a small number of senior managers that oversee social implementation cross-departmentally, predicts Jay Baer.
Teens are using social media almost universally, and aren’t as careful as they should be about their data and identities. Should social media be a mandatory class in U.S. high schools?
As 2014 comes to a close, we reflect on the incredible knowledge shared on the Social Pros Podcast. In December, we heard from MarketingProfs’ internal marketing expert; high-end realty company Corcoran Group; and Gartner’s digital marketing researcher. These Social Pros operate on different levels in very different fields. As always, their […]
It’s hard to tell the C-Suite that the Facebook game has totally changed. But take solace in the fact that many corporate marketers are singing the same carol.
Julie Hopkins, Research Director at Gartner, joins the Social Pros Podcast for the last podcast of 2014 to discuss the growth of and competition for budget in digital marketing, the rise of the generalist, and the incredible shift in customer expectations in social media.
Often, we share our posts once or twice, and then never again. Try another approach to keep your content engaging while getting more traffic and more life out of every post.
Bari Mogil, Senior Interactive Marketing Specialist for Corcoran Group, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss the importance of providing value to your audience, nurturing relationships for the long-term, and bringing your whole brand strategy to life on social media.
You can’t calculate social media ROI without spending time figuring out your true costs. Here’s an easy to know what it’s really costing you to send that Facebook update.
If I could give every marketer a pop quiz, it’d only have one question: What’s the most important element in a campaign – cleverness, appearance, or relevance? Please tell me you got the right answer. It’s relevance, of course. Every marketer worth their salt has learned that message by now; […]
Facebook marketing now requires business to publish useful, Youtility content that fans genuinely care about, says Mark Zuckerberg.
Rob Zaleski, Marketing Manager for MarketingProfs, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss his priorities in his new position at the company, the nuances of running marketing for a company that targets marketers, and how he manages the many digital presences of the brand.
Guy Kawasaki, Chief Evangelist at Canva and author, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week along with Peg Fitzpatrick, Head of Social Strategy at Canva and author, to discuss optimizing your social media profile, how to get your content shared over and over, and the many tidbits of information they share in their new book: The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users.
Inevitably, you probably find yourself in a creative rut from time to time. When you find yourself at a loss for content ideas, step back and look at your topic from different perspectives. Chuck Frey describes his “3D” approach to tap back into writing about the industry, profession, or niche within which you work.
If you always seek inspiration from your competitive set, if you always need to look at a case study to prove that this works, you are asking the wrong question. What’s the right question? Find out in this Jay Today episode.
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