It’s time to get creative about the ways you can reach out to people when social media imposes restrictions upon you. Here are 5 examples of how marketers are winning at social media according to Garrett Sloane from Adweek: 1. Selling on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter A company named Zantler launched Shoppost which enables Amazon Webstore […]
Instagram will now let you change your photo captions once you have already posted them. The new update also has added new recommendations to the explore menu. In the past the app would not allow users to tweak the captions after having posted the photo or video. In the past you would have needed to […]
Social Media is a valuable tool for promoting all your content. But with so many social networks providing their own individual content sharing and follow buttons, it’s often difficult to know which social media button to use for what purpose. Are you happy with how social share buttons work on your website? Do they auto-populate with […]
Social Recruiting is when companies use Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other social media sites to source and recruit candidates for employment. Will you be hired via social?
Twitter and shopping go hand in hand. Especially during the holidays. Discover why!
The Internet is ageless and continues far beyond the limits that you might like. In other words, what you write today may haunt you in the future. Avoid the pitfalls of social media!
A lot of organizations are present in the world of social media. Not all these organizations use social media for the same reason. Some will see it as a form of media or a form of infrastructure and other organizations see it as an agent of change.
On Wednesday September 25, Twitter announced it’s latest product update – Twitter alerts, giving users timely, and accurate information about emergencies.
Last week Google announced the introduction of two new, amazing features to their Google plus social media platform – Author Attribution and Embedded posts. Author Attribution Google Plus has further integrated with Google’s Authorship Program – where an author’s profile picture shows up next to their articles/posts in search. With the new author attribution you […]
Facebook have launched their new “Shared Photo Albums” feature, which means the days of trudging through 50 Facebook albums from 1 event are OVER!
On August 6 Facebook announced their latest update to the News Feed ranking algorithm. The goal of News Feed is to deliver the content users want to see, when they want to see it, ideally in the order they’d like.
When users search for your app, they often want to go deeper and see what in-app content fellow users find interesting. Today we’re making this possible by bringing app activity to Google search results. Aggregate app activity for SoundCloud in Google Search. Soon, if you search for a site or app on Google.com (and […]
This week, social media site Pinterest has announced their upcoming new redesign. This is the new look with bigger pictures and more discovery features that it first began testing back in January, with the proviso that if it proved popular it would roll it out more widely. This week, Pinterest said it would be turning it on for everyone, with invites to all appearing soon.
The “Hangout” feature on Google+ has been amazing since day one, and it’s a big reason that many people sign up for the service. When Google released the “Hangouts on Air” feature, which allowed you to easily live stream your Hangout, it made things even better. The one drawback was that the video still looked […]