After all, BuzzFeed is the poster child for clickbait! Well, not according to Ben’s definition you see…
We’re not clickbait. We’re sharebait!
Social networks have become an integral part of marketers’ lives today. While step 1 for new marketers is to engage easily-visible consumers periodically, here is a look seven different ways that sophisticated marketers use hashtag research and analytics to gain intelligence from social media.
For a long time, users treated Twitter like a ‘linear’ application: you follow people and they follow you back; you send a tweet out and hope that hundreds of people share it with their friends. Turns out, Twitter doesn’t really work that way!
Social media, while certainly still behind organic search, is now the fastest growing content distribution channel around the world. Over the years, this great shift means that much of the news we consume is being found thanks to the various social channels available to us.
We’re not kidding.
W Hotels in NY has a “Social Media Wedding Concierge” for hire. Want to live-tweet, Vine or Instagram your wedding for a mere $3,000 USD? Look no further!
The content and inbound marketing channels have grown immensely over the last few months. But in this growth of content, it’s important not to lose sight of content strategy. For every business, this strategy should ultimately decide the main marketing channel for traffic and sales.
Social media is beyond the tipping point for many online marketers, and platforms like Twitter are now reliable ways of driving more sales, leads and conversions. Whether all organizations believe it or not, it has happened.
When a big event is coming up, brands love to talk about big “Social Media Command Centers” they’ve setup, with a infinite number of people staring at uncountable monitors.
If you want to succeed with event management, this must be the only want to do it, right?