If you’re ready to start taking your Twitter presence seriously, put on your hard hat and gloves. It’s time to get down to business!
February was a relatively mellow month in the social media world. Facebook only had a few, while smaller players like Pinterest and YouTube had several as well. Snapchat’s IPO also provided a variety of enlightening data for marketers to use. Here are some of the top social media updates from February 2017.
Twitter has introduced some new features that will let you filter out more notifications and content you don’t want to see. Here’s what’s new.
Here are five areas where Twitter advertising is superior to other online ad platforms.
It’s a week full of video launches! After Instagram’s debut of live video in the U.S. and the addition of 360 video to the Facebook Live experience comes Twitter’s launch of live video. Starting today, you can #GoLive on Twitter.
November was a busy month in the social media world. There were updates, enhancements, and announcements across various social networks. Here is a roundup.
Twitter has updated its mute feature to allow users stop getting notifications for tweets that contain certain words, usernames, hashtags, and even emojis.
October was a relatively mellow month in terms of social media updates, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t any noteworthy announcements. #RIPVine
If you are an avid Twitter user, you will have heard of Twitter Moments by now. For those of us who do not, here is a quick recap of what this feature is all about.
Twitter is an effective tool to connect with people. Learn about 100 women marketers you should follow today.
Twitter now lets brands use chatbots to help provide better customer service more quickly with a pair of new features: Welcome Screens and Quick Replies.
Social media nurturing has to be a requirement for all businesses. Businesses have turned social media automation into […]
Twitter’s character count expansion was extremely noteworthy, as were Facebook’s numerous updates for businesses. Here’s the scoop on these changes and more in this month’s social roundup.
I’m happy to share with you the exact process I tried and the wonderful results I saw, applying a Twitter strategy to my personal profile.
Are you responding to your customers’ tweets on Twitter? If not, you could be losing out on revenue and loyalty, according to a new Twitter study.
Twitter it rolling out some big changes to loosen its 140-character limits. Images, GIFs, videos, quotes, and retweets won’t count toward your tweet total.
Twitter’s new features include the ability to tell customers if you provide support and when you are active on Twitter, and a larger Direct Message button.
Data visualization company Venngage released an infographic showing why businesses shouldn’t rely too much on hahstags to drive engagement on Twitter.
Twitter is expanding video content monetization with pre-roll ads for video creators and a new way for brands and creators to team up on live video.
Embedding the new Message button on your website allows anyone who visits your website to simply tap the button to send you a direct message on Twitter.