Recently, Copyblogger made a shocking announcement: they were killing their Facebook page, even though they had 38,000 fans. Interestingly, this follows their decision earlier this year to close comments on their blog as well.
Did you hear how YouTube is the new black for 2014? Review the news on it during the last year, and you can see how it rivals mobile as a marketing hot button of interest. For example, Nielsen is including YouTube views in its rating calculations. Google announced in an earnings report that 40% of […]
This video is about social media and how many times should you be posting to Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube daily to make money. You probably already post to Facebook already… right? A lot of people do because there is almost 100,000 people on Facebook. And you might even send out some Tweets on Twitter to […]
Working with fans to create unique shopping and sharing opportunities empowers the kind of viral experiences that were fundamental to Facebook’s own rapid growth and consumer engagement.
Twitter has started serving third-party text ads on its webpage, in the right-hand column, below the “trends” section.
Previously, Twitter has used this space to display links to its own services and Twitter-related third-party tools and services, but now it’s showing pure ads that take you to sites such as ABC News or NFL.com.
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