It’s great to take pride in our work. That feeling of satisfaction and desire to share it with everyone is an important part of overall job satisfaction. But sometimes the places we share our work just doesn’t make sense. It seems many agencies have started sharing client work on social and that simply doesn’t make sense. Here’s why it’s a stupid move.
Facebook was built on sharing. It’s a place to connect and show off your latest thoughts, photos, videos, interesting articles, and more. Every minute, Facebook users share 293,000 statuses, 136,000 photos, and 510 comments.
With all that interaction, you’d think it’d be a great place to share opinions and influence others. Think again. Here’s how Facebook works and why it’s a poor place for opinions.
Facebook Events are an awesome way to get the word out about your upcoming engagements on social media. With more than 1.79 billion monthly active users, Facebook is the place to get your event seen and invites are one of the best ways to make others aware of your Facebook event. Here’s your guide to getting the most from Facebook event invites.
Over the past couple years, Facebook has made a number of changes which have resulted in lower reach for business pages. While these changes have meant a better experience for Facebook users (the entire point of instituting them), businesses have been up in arms about the lessened reach which resulted.
If you’re someone who has been impacted by a drop in reach, get ready. Facebook reach is about to drop again. But don’t get upset. It’s a good thing. Here’s why.
Unless you’re a B2C brand, chances are you haven’t invested much in Pinterest. For most, it’s a place you go to look at products. A visual place with a million things to buy, and if you don’t have something to sell, you wouldn’t think about posting it on Pinterest. But it has the ability to do so much more. Here’s a look at how you can use Pinterest to drive traffic and interest in anything online.
We all want to build better social followings. The relationship we have with our followers is key to the success we see on social. We spend a ton of time building a following and connecting with them but there are some annoying actions that can hurt our social health. Here are the most offensive actions that you need to avoid.