A troll on Twitter can ruin your day, week, or month. And worse, if you let this troll get the best of you, it can begin to erode into you running your small business and its reputation. Here are 3 ways to deal with a troll on Twitter.
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The new Facebook Reactions can be viewed by small businesses as another important insight into the content they share on the social media site. Check out these tips on getting more emotional responses from your audience on the site with your next post.
New data from Content Marketing Institute shows that small businesses are opening their budgets more for paid advertising on social media. Check out some of the key takeaways from the numbers.
Tweet Binder is known for giving users the ability to get infographics and other visually appealing data from their social activity on Twitter. Now, the company is bringing a similar service for users' Instagram activity.
Pinterest is not dead. Even though the site is getting overshadowed by other B-list social sites like Periscope and Instagram, Pinterest is still a great platform on which to engage your customers and attract potential new ones.
Social media can be a powerful tool for small businesses. But it can also a huge drain on your already strained resources. Fortunately, a number of apps make this process much more efficient.
Indie musicians will not be taking news that Drip is closing lightly. The service allowed fans to connect with indie music acts and share their experiences with others in the community. The site is closing March 18.
Reports have surfaced suggesting Facebook is ready to place ads in its Messenger app. Millions are already using Messenger for free text texting and video calls and the purported plan would have Facebook dropping ads to clients into their Facebook inboxes.
Facebook has introduced new Reactions that go beyond the traditional Like button. Now, your readers can share a range of emotions with your posts. How can these Reactions be utilized by small businesses?
Ideally, you'd like all online traffic to come straight to your company's homepage or online store. But there are scenarios when it's good to drive that traffic to your social channels.
Twitter is selling some premium ad space. Businesses that want to be the first ad people see on their Timeline can pay for that slot. The First View program is only available in limited locations and to a limited number of potential sponsors.
The social media engagement software company Sprout Social says it has raised another $42 million in venture funding. To date, the company has raised $60 million.