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August 12, 2014
We have always been talking and enforcing the concept of call to action when to came to publishing. The idea is simple – when you post something to your social profile you want the message to have some sort of an action that the user can take. While you can rely on comments and likes, the best option to drive your fans and followers to your website is to include a link in your publication that the user can click. This is your call to action.
August 10, 2014
Facebook has certainly made it very easy and convenient to promote your posts. All you do is you quickly click on ‘Boost’ button, pick how many people you want to reach and Facebook does the rest.
February 09, 2012
I’ve been looking for a way to capture customer video feedback on our Facebook page for quite some time. I found a number of free tools that allow you to simply direct your fans to their service where they can enter their responses. None of the tools offered video options. I really wanted to have something more integrated and interactive.
February 06, 2012
Let’s say you have a competitor. You have a twitter account with 10,000 followers. You are doing really well. Lots of engagement: mentions, RTs – things are going great. Your competitor on the other hand is not that well known, yet he does understand that the 10,000 followers that you have are his prime target.
December 19, 2011
"When someone tells you that you had 1000 impressions on the web – you know what that means – 1000 actual people (give or take a few bot hits) saw your page. When you are told that you had 1000 twitter impressions – you can’t even begin to estimate what that truly means. Clearly only a fraction of these folks really saw it. How many? No one knows."