There are more signs that the days are coming to an end for Google+. The company recently announced features for YouTube that separate it more from the scuffling social media network. And Google has also separated Google Photos from the site, too.
Marketing your small business on social media requires a lot of time and effort. The rewards for that effort could well be worth it. Luckily, there are automation tools available to small businesses to generate more social media content at a low cost or no cost.
Facebook has changed its algorithm. That means changes in the way your company should approach posting to the social media site. Here are 5 tips to consider going forward.
Many users may think of social media channels like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram simply as places to share information and the latest news with friends and family. But businesses can also find these sites helpful when promoting a Web presence to online customers.
What's your best look for a LinkedIn profile photo? It's probably not going to be the same photo you use for a Facebook or Twitter profile. Here are tips on what makes the perfect LinkedIn photo.
Are you not sure where to market your business on social media? Check out these stats on the 10 most popular social media sites on the Web today.
There is more evidence that the days for Google Plus, the company's attempt at a social media network, are numbered. That's especially true after Google just announced that Google Plus Photos is shutting down and has been re-branded as Google Photos.
What's the secret to going viral? There isn't one. Apparently, it just happens. But there are ways to approach your Web presence to increase the chances of your small business going viral.
Twitter's video streaming app, Periscope, is now available for download for both iOS and Android. Here's a look at how businesses can utilize this new video app right away.
Facebook has partnered with several creators of high-quality video content in announcing a plan to share Facebook video revenue generated off videos posted to the social network. The deal is similar to the one YouTube has in place with its users.
Small businesses can learn a lot from the recent events that unfolded at Reddit. Now former CEO Ellen Pao resigned from her post after users were angered by the way she ran the company.
Pinterest is the latest social media platform that's allowing visitors to make purchases directly from content they see on the site. The photo-heavy Pinterest is adding Pinterest Buyable Pins to some content now and more in the future.