Facebook today launched the Parents Portal to help educate parents on keeping their kids safe on Facebook and the internet in general. “Today we are launching the Facebook Parents Portal, featuring new resources for parents on Facebook,” said Antigone Davis, Facebook’s Head of Global Safety. “Our goal is to help […]
Facebook is rolling out a unified inbox for businesses to manages communications across all of their social platforms; Facebook, Messenger and Instagram. This allows businesses to save time by only having to open only one app to send and receive messages. Now, Facebook says you can reply to Facebook comments, […]
Twitter announced a useful new tool today that helps businesses better connect with customers and community. Twitter Dashboard is a free iOS app as well as a desktop platform that is designed to become the Twitter platform for business. The Dashboard is especially helpful for small businesses which don’t have […]
You can now go live from your Twitter app with one click on both iOS & Android via a new LIVE button. Periscope was acquired by Twitter in March 2015 for $86.6 million. Periscope was launched in March 2015 and only one year later it had already done 200 million […]
According to a report by Bloomberg, Snapchat has surpassed Twitter in daily users by 10 million. Twitter is said to have 140 million daily users while Snapchat now has 150 million. According to sources not revealed by Bloomberg, Snapchat had 110 million daily users in December. This conceivably would mean […]
Large brands like the ones we work with typically include social media marketing as part of a much larger marketing mix, as they should. They frequently run TV ads, banner ads, PR programs, pay-per-click, print ads, out of home, event marketing and more.
Demystifying better social media marketing often starts with doing a better job of connecting with customers. But how can you connect with customers if you don’t know who they are? Do you know who your customers are? Do you know what they search for and talk about on social networks? […]
You know what you need, or would like, to know about your customers. First, basics, like addresses, correct names and titles, phone numbers, company description, and then much more.