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Category: Social Media
29 Sep 2015

How to Use Twitter Videos

Twitter Video has been around for a while now. But it is still shockingly underutilized, probably because nobody is quite sure of how to best take advantage of it. Can such a casual feature really be applied to a strong social business strategy? Branding has changed a lot in the past decade. The Internet – and social media in particular – have made adapting to a new kind of audience… [Read More…]

08 Sep 2015

4 Tools to Find Trending Subreddits

Reddit is the content marketer’s goldmine: It inspires viral content, shows you what people seem to love sharing and offers a great venue to market content to get it discovered by journalists and bloggers. Building up your Reddit presence is tough: There are no shortcuts and Reddit Karma is fast to lose and time-consuming to establish. Participating in trending Subreddits allows you to easier interact and better understand what’s hot… [Read More…]

31 Aug 2015

How to Build Facebook Traffic Driving FAQ #ViralChat

Last week I was hosting for the awesome team of PostPlanner. I think we’ve shared pretty awesome information there, so I created these takeaways with some actionable tips to try! Here’s what we’ve discussed (click each question for more details!) What tips can you offer to move fans from Facebook to a website or blog? How can Facebook be used to drive traffic and ultimately build an email list? What… [Read More…]

20 Aug 2015

How to Become Twitter Superstar: Jim & Ann Show #JimAndAnn

How do you build your following on Twitter? One of the most widely-used ways to build your following on Twitter is to mass-follow lots of people, then unfollow those who didn’t follow back and then follow more… I gained 100 new followers this week… And next week I'll loose 98 of them when I don't follow them back. — Jim Boykin (@jimboykin) June 23, 2015 While this method is really… [Read More…]

17 Aug 2015

HOW TO: Let Your Readers Share Your Images on Mouseover

Visual social media updates are huge right now: You have higher chances to generate engagement to your social media update if it contains an attention-grabbing image: Major social media networks (Facebook and Google Plus) give your update a boost if there’s an uploaded image (or video) attached to it An update with a catchy image will naturally attract attention and spur an action (like, comment, share). Plus, images open up… [Read More…]

27 Jul 2015

3 Tools to Quickly Create Awesome Visual Tweets

Visual tweets attract more clicks and shares. Despite various levels of skepticism (many people were claiming visual tweets to be annoying), visual tweets are getting more and more adopted. Here are three free tools allowing you to create stunning visual tweets in seconds. 1. Twit Shot (Online, Mac App, Google Chrome Extension) is a cool app that extracts an image from the given page and creates an instant visual… [Read More…]

08 Jul 2015

Facebook Ads, Facebook Authorship, Facebook Traffic: Jim & Ann Show

The Internet Marketing is evolving: There are huge companies that are switching there strategies towards other traffic channels apart from Google search traffic. Facebook can make a huge difference when it comes to getting clicks, especially when you try Facebook ads. Facebook ads Facebook ads are very cheap but there’s one thing you need to remember about that: Facebook traffic usually doesn’t convert into sales (Facebook users are not there… [Read More…]

07 Jul 2015

Google Plus: Is There a Future for Google Plus: Jim & Ann Show

Welcome to Jim & Ann show and today we are talking about Google Plus! Is it being killed? Is it going to stay? What’s the future of Google Plus? Are you worried? So is Google Plus going away? Hopefully not, because in some industries it provides a strong platform for people to connect and curate content. It’s not clear if it’s still growing though because Google stopped actively promoting it… [Read More…]

06 Jul 2015

Facebook for Business Best Practices: Adapt or Die

Using Facebook is important for any brand. It is the largest social network on the web, and it is crucial for building your brand and reaching your customer. Facebook has a huge marketing potential… but only to those businesses who are ready to adapt to it as it is changing. Here’s one important thing about Facebook: It’s based on personal relationships, hence Facebook can’t afford to let you sell too… [Read More…]

08 Jun 2015

3 Tools Analyze Pinterest Impact on Your Content Marketing

Is there anyone alive who doesn’t absolutely adore Pinterest at this point? It has been the fastest growing social media site of all time, is now a primary source for social marketing from some of the biggest brands in the world and just a unique and fun place to share visual content of all kinds. Similar Web provided a series of statistics on Pinterest as of this year. According to… [Read More…]

27 Apr 2015

5 Easiest Online Image Editing Tools to Rock Your Social Media Stream

Images go hot on social media easier: Images are sharable and eye-catching. Images make better Tweets, attract more plusses on Google Plus, grab attention on Facebook. Images also expand your reach to other social media channels like Pinterest and Instagram. But the key of social media sharing is that it should be productive: If you spend 30 minutes crafting one social media update each time, you won’t have any time… [Read More…]

20 Apr 2015

Quora Reviews: How to Use Them for Your Brand Reputation Managment

Quora is a very powerful, yet under-utilized marketing and brand building tool. Let’s not call it a tool though… Quora is the community. Quora is the crowd-sourced knowledge base. Quora may be the future of Wikipedia because it’s more flexible with anonymity and it has awesome built-in expertise metrics that can help search engines better understand the quality of content. Why search engines are not yet using Quora for better… [Read More…]

13 Apr 2015

Tweet This! How to Tweet Quotes: Tools and WordPress Plugins for Tweetable Quotes

I share almost everything I like and read on Twitter. I think Twitter is the link-friendliest network. I can share only 2-3 links on Facebook (not to be too annoying and linky) but Twitter is never tired of links. But tweeting an article title is boring: More often, when reading, I feel like tweeting what it’s said in the body. Tweeted quotes stand out, they always trigger an active discussion… [Read More…]