Some Great Examples of How Brands Can Use New Twitter Photo Collages

By Harsh Ajmera Twitter has been in the news a lot lately for its rumoured changes and the changes they have bought forth lately. Recently, Twitter announced about its newest two features – Where it would start letting users share up to four photos within a single tweet, as well as tag up to 10 […]

21 Fantastic Facebook Marketing Guides

By Tom Pick Many (most?) marketers have a love-hate relationship with Facebook. On one hand, not only is it an easy-to-use, low-cost platform with more than a billion members, but 77% of B2C companies and 43% of B2B vendors have acquired customers from Facebook, and the world’s largest social network drives 20% of all internet […]

Joss Whedon Tweets Disney ‘Firefly’ Fanart, Browncoat Social Media Fandom Goes Crazy

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By Kim LaCapria Joss Whedon’s Firefly is one of the internet’s first not fully requited loves, the sort of fandom that erupted solely because as it died a sudden and premature death, fans were newly enabled to mourn its passing en masse and eternally — and have they ever. Whedon and the Firefly cast frequently […]

7 Things You Should Know About Facebook Mobile App Install Ads

By Venkatesh C.R. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way to tap into Facebook’s massive user base to market your app in a seamless way? While you can certainly take advantage of Facebook’s traditional PPC ad format to market your app through the social network, there is another option – Facebook mobile app […]

American Greetings Scores Viral Hit With “World’s Toughest Job” (Video)

By Dusten Carlson Would you take a job that works you 24/7/365 with no breaks and no pay, even if someone told you that it’s the most important job in the world? Probably not. But your mom did. That’s the gist of the video up top, published this week by American Greetings and Cardstore. With […]

Tax Day: Turkey Tells Twitter To Pay Up

By Pete Myers Social media continues to be a lightning rod in Turkey this morning. The Turkish government blocked Twitter and YouTube ahead of elections last month, a move that was widely unpopular. Twitter is back and now the government wants their taxes. Colin Crowell, Twitter’s head of global public policy, met with Turkish officials […]

Facebook clamps down on like-baiting and other spam tactics

By Christopher Ratcliff In a move that will both improve the user experience significantly for Facebook users and curtail a branded page’s reach even further, Facebook has explicitly revealed what it will be seeking to crack down upon within its new update. Facebook first ‘tweaked’ the algorithim in January this year, ensuring that content from […]

Four innovations that will shape the future of email marketing

By Bola Awoniyi Email marketing has a reputation of being a boring direct response channel, always on the verge of “death” at the hands of the latest digital touch point, which gets heralded as the “future of messaging”. Yet email trudges on, consistently ranking at the highest level for ROI. Despite the death threats, companies […]

How Small Businesses Benefit From Online Tools

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By Lucy Godwin In today’s world, one of the best things you can do for your small business is take advantage of technology. Online software in particular plays a huge part in the business world – it will help your business organize its finances, find more customers, get more bang for buck and work better, […]

15 Types of Content That Will Drive You More Traffic

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By Neil Patel Content marketing is more than writing blogs. Way more. If you’re just getting involved in content marketing, the first thing you need to do is launch your blog and start writing. Then, when your blog is established and purring along, try throwing in a new type of content. I predict that you’ll […]