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Like anything of this nature that creates an impact on such a vast scale, there will always be user issues to deal with. The current issue in question is one that’s gained further widespread media attention over the last month – abuse, and more specifically abuse on the social channel Twitter.
To think that just a few years ago Pinterest didn’t exist, its growth has been exponential. Initially released as invitation only in March 2010, the site now has over 70 million users. If that’s not a good reason to join the party, I don’t know what is.
The success of a social media campaign for more traditional businesses is unlikely to be as popular but we can still learn a lot from the way these music ‘brands’ interact with their audience and gain international success.
Twitter is a big deal for any public figure, none more so than our politicians. While many of them are fully utilising Twitter, many others are failing miserably.
I recently got involved in a bit of back and forth on Twitter with a local politician. While his response was quick, he ultimately refused to answer my question in public.
Today I’m going to provide you with a top level overview of how Facebook advertising works, how to get started with a new account and some of my top tips on creating successful adverts.
Christmas time is a really busy period for everyone and with so much to do I have come up with a list of my favourite 13 Social Media and SEO tips that are really easy and quick to implement so you can have a great 2014. Some of them will take you only a couple of minutes to do and you won’t need advanced coding knowledge.
The day of a Social Media Manager is certainly a busy one. With so many things to track, conversations to interact with and new ideas to test it can often be hard to know what to do next. Today’s Infographic looks at how to organise an effective day, along with 45 tips to make things quicker and more effective.
Blade Runner, Back to the Future, the Matrix; the concept of futuristic technology is no longer a distant, inconceivable piece of fiction.
It is here and it is here now.
Snapchat has been in and out of the news a lot in the last two weeks, most recently for the rejection of a $3 billion offer to take over the app. To turn down an offer of this nature, the creators clearly feel that their app is here to stay. Which begs the question, if Snapchat is really in it for the long term, what can we as marketers do to reach their audience?
Our 7th Koozchat saw 25 digital marketing experts including the social media team at 02, Sprout Social and Tesco Mobile discussing the best Social Media tactics. Topics included how to get more followers, whether Snapchat really represents the future of social and how social can be used to offer superior customer service. We’ve compiled the entire chat below.