Facebook’s gone real-time, to show the world what you’re doing and whether or not you’re having fun. So what does that mean? It means that customer service needs to be the primary focus in your marketing budget from now on.
We take for granted our ability to text, tweet, Instagram, Snapchat, and email at a moment’s notice. But we shouldn’t.
Effective marketing isn’t just about quality content – it’s about algorithms. The solution? Create evergreen social updates for your evergreen content. The important thing is that you stop thinking of the work you create as one-time-use-only.
In September, the Social Pros Podcast talked with Google competitor DuckDuckGo; marketing experts MarketingProfs; Schaefer Marketing Solutions marketing strategy consultants; and the author, blogger, and podcaster behind UnMarketing. As always, these Social Pros bring a variety of experience to the table to share how their teams operate, the solutions to the various problems they face on […]
Twitter has launched an amazing dashboard that provides a wealth of data on your organic Tweets. Learn how to access this data so you can perform an insane amount of powerful social analysis.
To celebrate its 30th birthday, Burt’s Bees took to Facebook and Twitter on September 17th to host a Global Beeday celebration with its community. The Beeday event offers a good example of how to celebrate milestones with your social media community.
This week, Instagram unveiled its newest project Hyperlapse, an app designed to capture high-quality time lapse videos in an easy to use format. Wondering how you can tap into Hyperlapse? Check out five examples of how it’s currently being used as a social media storytelling tool.
The Social Pros Podcast brings together great minds in social media every week to learn about their successes and struggles. July brought us guests from research IT company Forrester; Expion, the content marketing experts and Social Pros sponsors; the Beancast marketing podcast; and financial services company Discover.
In June, Social Pros was all about keeping things local. Whether it’s hiring a “city planner” to drive hyper-local content in a particular area, making sure that listening is in place to manage social customer service efficiently, or translating passion for a brand into local marketing, June’s Social Pros are tuned into the impact that local social media can have on their marketing plans.
In partnership with PR News, Cision polled the PR community on their social media usage to find out how they engage, which platforms they utilize, and where they spend ad dollars. Here are three interesting highlights from the study, which expose exactly how PR pros are using social media.
The Purdue University Football team is taking the spirit of celebrating student superfans to a new level by offering an exclusive opportunity to be featured on the team’s helmet during the special September 27 “Social Media Game” against Iowa. Hey @LifeAtPurdue.. buy a VIP card by 6/10 and get a photo of yourself on the […]
The Social Pros Podcast in May brought in a new batch of expertise, featuring guests from Plus Your Business, the Google+ experts; SAP, a German multinational software company; Canva, the Australian, “amazingly simple” graphic design app; global retail giant Walmart; and the world’s largest credit union Navy Federal.