We all use apps that request all kinds of access to you and your information for their use. The most recent evidence of this phenomenon is an online quiz from VonVon called “What Are Your Most Used Words on Facebook.” But the quiz is a black pit of privacy concerns, and we're jumping right in.
As our world become more and more mobile, marketers will continue to leverage the channel to their advantage. Here are just a few big brands with big social media presence that are using it to stay on top
Are you looking for better ways to connect with your Facebook audience? The social media king has offered businesses a new alternative in the form of Facebook video ads. Video is a very powerful tool, something we all understand after the success of various YouTube stars. However, all businesses are incorporating these video ads in their marketing campaign. How can you be different? The key to remember is that you can boost your engagement and conversions if you make small adjustments to the way you target and design your Facebook video ads.
Earlier this week, reports and examples suggested that Twitter might be working on a new emoji response tool which would enable users to replace the 'heart' icon for a like on a tweet with any one of 36 emoji options specifically aligned to your response. Why wold Twitter do that? There's actually a lot of data that points to it being a logical, and likely beneficial, change.
Facebook can be a bit overwhelming with all the various options and settings. If you're not careful it's easy to miss out on some of Facebook's P age features, tools that help increase your reach and improve your P age management. To help with this, h ere are three features that many people miss with their Facebook P ages.
In the digital equivalent of putting all your former boyfriend or girlfriend's stupid crap in a box and sticking it in a dark corner of your closet, Facebook recently announced that it is testing new features and options that will allow you to see a lot less of your ex, if you want to.
There was a recent Nieman Labs blog about the future of local news by Josh Benton . In the article, Josh talks about a wide swath of the local market, including TV and metro-based local news. He was generally pessimistic about the future of local news, although he did reserve some optimism for hyperlocal digital publishers.
If you're a pro athlete or in the entertainment business, you get used to seeing and reading people saying all sorts of nasty things about you. Even the Pope got criticized while visiting the United States. It comes with the territory. So how thick does a politician's skin have to be?