Many businesses aren’t quite sure how to tackle Twitter marketing from a paid perspective. Here’s how to see a direct return on your Twitter ads investment.
On this week’s episode of Marketing Nerds podcast, I talked to Jeff Bullas on how automation and acquisition strategy in social media can make a significant impact on your social media marketing.
May proved to be a productive month in terms of social media updates. Read on for all the details!
Twitter today announced Periscope, an app that streams live video directly to your Twitter feed, is available […]
You’ve heard of social media calendars before, but do you know what they are and how to use one?
Being great on social media isn’t always intuitive. Sometimes the best way to learn is to get inspired by the what others are doing.
According to Social Media Examiner, 92% of marketers say that social media is important for their business. So how are brands making the most of it?
A redesigned version of Twitter’s search results interface is rolling out to all logged-in web users, according to a […]
Learn five Instagram best practices by an Expert to build massive following and raving fans.
Social media marketing doesn’t have to be intimidating. All you need is a proper platform that can engage your audience and measuring your results.
Facing low Facebook engagement? Here are creative ways to achieve high engagement over your competitors on Facebook without spending a dime.
Facebook has announced the launch of a new way to read and consume content in a way that […]
An update to Twitter’s iOS live streaming app, Periscope, introduces the ability for users to sign in without […]
Before your work on your social media campaign, here are fifteen social media fails from 2014 and what we learned as a result.
Facebook is testing its own in-app search engine, which TechCrunch reports is now live for a select test […]
Flickr released version 4.0 of its mobile and desktop service this week, bringing with it a fleet of new […]
It was a relatively light month for #SocialMedia updates, but the ones that were made are quite impactful. Here are the latest updates from April 2015.
In this episode of Marketing Nerds, I was joined by Caitlin Rulien, Director of Communications and Development for the nonprofit Squalor to Scholar.
A few of the main points Debbie covered: Identifying a buyer persona (and why you should), creating a unique campaign, handling crisis on social media, & combining event and social marketing.
Today, Google+ introduced a new feature that will enable users to filter their feeds by specific topics. Dmitry Shapiro, […]