Do Short Facebook Posts Stimulate Increased Traffic?
Like you, NPR sure would like more of its Facebook followers to click through to its site. And like you, NPR is looking for a way to optimize its Facebook traffic. Let’s face it – getting Facebook users to click on your links isn’t easy. Things were easier a couple …
By Josh Wolford
November 2, 2015
Profile Videos Are Coming To Facebook
Facebook has just announced the coolest thing to happen to your profile since the Cover Photo. Soon, you’ll have the ability to set a seven-second looping video as your profile pic. (Don’t worry, you can still just have a static pic if you want) Facebook is calling them “Profile Videos”.
By Josh Wolford
October 5, 2015
3 Social Metrics You Should Be Using But Aren’t
Social Media has evolved significantly over the past few years. Not only for you and I posting our updates to Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, or [insert your favorite platform here], but for businesses and social connections as well. Despite years of ongoing upgrades to social analytics, proving measurable value to those …
By Greg de Lima
September 14, 2015
Lessons from Instagram and Tinder: Preventing a Brand Image Meltdown With Online Reputation Management
One wrong response can build up or tear down your brand’s image, especially online. Case in point: Tinder’s flurry of Tweets from the recently published Vanity Fair article. Customers and their opinions are the primary movers of your brand’s reputation. Listening to what they say, especially on social media, gives …
By Rick Enrico
August 17, 2015
Facebook Users Are Getting A Security Check-Up
Facebook announced the launch of a new security feature called the Security Checkup. It lets users quickly evaluate their current security status and take appropriate action.
By Chris Crum
August 3, 2015