Social Media Marketing
News and Articles About Social Media Marketing
For those just jumping on the social-media bandwagon, here are a few tips on getting started.
Make sure your business capitalizes as users start to check out on Fridays.
Get ready to see more photos that are relevant to your interests.
Twitter is a great way for your business to share news, engage with customers and attract new ones. While it takes a bit of work to gain a large following, the payoff is huge.
You need a social media strategy, but how do you get started on a shoestring budget? Here are three options.
Mothers are some of the most engaged people on Facebook, so make sure your business has a Mothers Day campaign ready.
Fingers crossed for stylized brunch photos, artsy sunset shots and lots of selfies.
The airline's recent PR nightmare is a reminder to slow down, pay closer attention and think before you tweet.
The disappearing-message platform gives you a chance to connect with customers more casually.
Stumped on how get the most out of your posts? Check out this handy infographic for what types of posts work best, and at what time.
Looking for early adopters? Make sure you have an effective strategy that will catch consumers by surprise and enhance their appreciation of your goods.
Are you a company that has a presence on various social media platforms, but instead of approaching it with a strategy, you're throwing content up there and hoping it will stick? Then keep reading.
Newbie businesses can turn their inhouse staffers into website optimizers and social-media marketers for a while.
Users can now add up to four photos in a tweet, but brands seem to prefer the single photo option so far.
Time is money and founders don't have a lot of either. Here are five resources entrepreneurs can use to help build their online audience quickly and cheaply.
Working at a company focused on providing loyalty programs to big-name companies like Microsoft and Pepsi, Joanna Lord knows a thing or two about marketing. And for this month only, this CMO is looking to take entrepreneurs' questions about marketing and branding.
A new study shows that YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn create the most quality social referrals.
An arts entrepreneur shares four lessons in innovating -- in art form and business style. Marshal resources and build personal connections.
There are no easy tricks when it comes to building a social-media audience. It takes work, and the more you put into it, the more you will get out of it.
An offer of something free can spark a relationship-building process with customers. Then continue the dialogue.
This advice might sound blasphemous to some, but it could bring you more business.
Don't make every update all about you. Feature informative items about influentials. Do pay attention to your followers' posts.
The social network is getting more social as it allows tagging and multiple photos.
Find new followers, share more of your posts and drive additional traffic to your website.
How the popularity of hashtags mirrors the rise of search in organizing and aggregating social media.