Social media provides today’s investors a quicker, more efficient way to predict market movements and evaluate trade decisions.
The Social Pros podcast from Convince & Convert Media and hosted by Jay Baer is the Content Marketing Award winner for best podcast
July’s Social Pros know the value of delivering good content on social media. And owning that content is the only way to make sure you don’t get caught by copyright issues or changing rules and regulations on social media platforms. While you’re at it, you might even want to develop your own social platform to avoid dealing with the changing rules and regulations on today’s social media platforms.
Hashtag tracking remains one of the best ways for brands to keep their ear to the ground. Here’s how FIFA kept tabs on World Cup chatter.
“We use all of our Facebook ads budget to get more Likes on our page.” So said a new, corporate client in a recent kickoff meeting. “Is that how we should continue using those dollars?” he asked. My short answer was “No.” My medium answer was “Hell, no.” Here’s my longer answer, and the 5 reasons […]
Social marketing can work wonders for a SMB. When time and resources are slim, here’s how to get the most bang for your social media buck.
This month’s Social Pros come together across industries and areas of expertise to give two pieces of advice that might be hard to hear: when it comes to content, you have to give it away for free; when it comes to social, you have to pay to play.
Think Facebook advertising is only for B2C businesses? Think again. Facebook can be a powerful source of lead generation for B2B, too.
It’s not enough to know what’s being said—smart social listening knows WHERE it’s being said, too. Location data is here to help.
If LinkedIn is your office and Facebook is your living room, then Twitter is the bar—and a marketer’s best platform for audience engagement.
If you’re suffering from social media shyness, breathe a sigh of relief—these 25 ideas will supercharge your social presence.
Last July, I delivered a controversial speech at the Social Fresh Conference about the “shotgun” approach and why it’s a must for marketers.