Pinterest is well-known as a tool for online marketers, in no small part because of the amount of retail traffic the site has been found to refer. But what if you knew the most popular products pinned on the site as well?
On social media, knowing when enough is enough is key to not driving away your followers. Certain behaviors, though seemingly harmless, can turn off your audience from you, your company, and your brands.
Twitter has eliminated share counts from the site. That means plugin users won't be able to brag about the number of times a particular link has been shared on the social site and the change has caused a commotion.
Google and Twitter have teamed up to help small businesses stand apart from the competition. They're tweeting tips at #SmallBizSquad for small businesses.
When you absolutely need to Tweet something or post something to Facebook, writer's block, you've found, can be quite the headache. Here are 7 ways to boost your social media traffic.
New data from Facebook shows that some demographics are responding more to video content on the social media site than others.
Cracking Twitter's ad algorithm could net some impressive returns for your company and its campaign on the social site. Cracking the code is the key.
Instagram is interested in having more small businesses use its platform to market their products and brands. It's created a Partner program where larger businesses who've found more success on Instagram mentor those just getting started.
Social media can be a hugely successful tool for your small business. The trouble is it can also be a time sink. And spending time night and day on your Facebook page and away from other important stuff like running your business is a bad thing.
SnapChat's new video viewing milestone is important for two reasons. First, because its a whole lot of videos. But second, because it puts the upstart within easy range of outdoing Facebook.
You know the powerful benefits of networking on Twitter. But far from being simply a nice add on to your marketing and networking efforts. Melissa Thompson now insists it is a necessity. Here's why you need to be tweeting today.
Small business owners, if asked, might say they have addressed social media for their brands. But when you look at their social media activity, what do you see? How long ago was their last post and how fluent are they on each platform?