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Candidate buzz on social media and in search engines has emerged as an interesting metric for gaging how well the campaigns are doing. Back in 2008, for example, while the last opinion poll in the field predicted that Barack Obama would win the New Hampshire primary, Yahoo Buzz correctly predicted Hillary Clinton would win. Since then, more attention has rightfully focused on the levels of online buzz about candidates as a measure of how well their campaigns are doing.
How many tools do you use for managing your Facebook marketing? When it comes to online advertising, the biggest misconception is that you can use a social media platform without tools and still drive an influencer level of traffic and engagement. This is simply not true for ninety-nine percent of...
So it has come to this: In a post on his personal Facebook profile, Mark Zuckerberg announced that on Monday, August 24th, Facebook had one billion users. Or, as Zuckerberg put it in his post "1 in 7 people on Earth used Facebook to connect with their friends and family." (It's slightly less than that, but let's not quibble.) The site has about 1.49 billion users, but Monday was the first time more than a billion had logged in in one 24-hour period.
Facebook has announced that it's rolling out a new assistance service for Messenger called 'M'. Similar to Apple's 'Siri' and Microsoft's 'Cortana', M will be able to answer user queries - but there's one big difference.
Earlier this year, Facebook launched a new app called ‘ Moments ’ which scans through the images on your camera roll and automatically sorts them into sets based on locations, events, people and groups. The app has now got it's first upgrade - but is it actually just a Facebook experiment to capture more data?
A Facebook-driven movement is organizing a march of 100,000 people on Washington on behalf of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. As of today, the Facebook event has amassed 95,000 RSVPs. The movement demonstrates both the power of social media in modern political campaigns and the unconventional tactics the Sanders team has used to reach high numbers of supporters.
Facebook can give you the tools you need to become successful nearly overnight. However, it can be tough to make full use of Facebook (or to even know where to start) when you don’t have much of a budget for advertising. Here are five things you can do to get the word out about your business, even if your advertising budget is zero.