Social Networks

Getting the Most Out of Social Media’s Big Four

stephen86
Incorporating the big four social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest - into your online marketing plan is a must-do for success. Depending on your business and its industry, you might also consider sites such as YouTube and LinkedIn to grow your authority and brand awareness.
Getting the Most Out of Social Media’s Big Four

How to Increase YouTube Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC]

PamDyer
Many businesses are daunted by the prospect of using YouTube because of the perceived complexity. Getting started with filming and production can be perceived as intimidating, and brands often pass on the opportunity because it seems like it’s too much to deal with. Before jumping to conclusions, check out this infographic from QuickSprout. It some offers some key statistics and these best practices that help increase YouTube engagement.
How to Increase YouTube Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC]

Getting the Most Out of Social Media’s Big Four

stephen86
Incorporating the big four social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest - into your online marketing plan is a must-do for success. Depending on your business and its industry, you might also consider sites such as YouTube and LinkedIn to grow your authority and brand awareness.
Getting the Most Out of Social Media’s Big Four

How to Use Different Social Media Platforms for Your Business

ehorodnyk
The most frequent question I receive from business entrepreneurs and corporate companies wanting to create brand awareness via the internet is, “What social media platform would be best for our company?” Think of social media as a gateway to great community and customer relations. Unfortunately, the tricky part of social media is that each platform has its own unique benefits and shortfalls.
How to Use Different Social Media Platforms for Your Business

To Blog or Not to Blog: Are Social Tools Ready Replace Them?

Randy Milanovic
Will blogs soon go the way of wooly mammoths and bell-bottomed jeans? Some online marketing leaders certainly think so. In fact, many of them are giving up their blogs already, taking their content, fans, and inspirations to Google+ and other social venues. Should you do the same? Before we answer that question, let's take a quick look at a case for and against giving up your blog.
To Blog or Not to Blog: Are Social Tools Ready Replace Them?

What Do You Get For $4,500 of Native Advertising?

chadpollitt
We scraped up a little budget and experimented with several native content distribution channels. The experiment focused on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Outbrain. Here's what we discovered.
What Do You Get For $4,500 of Native Advertising?

Getting the Most Out of Social Media’s Big Four

stephen86
Incorporating the big four social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest - into your online marketing plan is a must-do for success. Depending on your business and its industry, you might also consider sites such as YouTube and LinkedIn to grow your authority and brand awareness.
Getting the Most Out of Social Media’s Big Four

It Might Be Wise to Bundle Instagram and Twitter

Chris Marentis
It’s no secret that local social media marketing strategy is constantly changing. Instead of continually worrying about nuances found in different scenarios, it is more important to actually understand the why’s and how’s of the different strategies. Increasingly, users routinely engage with more than one major social media networking site.
It Might Be Wise to Bundle Instagram and Twitter

The 7 Best Questions from My Reddit SEO AMA (Ask Me Anything)

larrykim
A few weeks back, I took part in an Ask Me Anything (AMA) in the Big SEO community on Reddit. I wanted to share some of the super smart SEO questions the Reddit group had for me, along with my answers. Enjoy!
The 7 Best Questions from My Reddit SEO AMA (Ask Me Anything)