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Social Media

TV shows

3 Social Media Tips You Can Learn From 'The Price Is Right'

What the long-running game show can teach us about asking good questions and standing out.
Social Media

10 Secrets to Instagram Millions, According to Abigail Ratchford

How passion and drive helped this social media star build a global brand.
Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurs, Beware This Terrible Way of Networking on Social Media

Approaching someone you don't know to ask them a favor doesn't work online any better than in real life.
Wendys

Wendy's Trolls McDonald's Over Its Fresh Beef Announcement

Wendy's has started a "beef" with McDonald's.
Twitter

Twitter Makes More Character Limit Changes

Now, when you reply to someone's tweet, their username (such as @realDonaldTrump) won't count against your 140-character limit.
Retail Businesses

How to Survive as a Brick-and-Mortar Retail Store

Can you keep a traditional retail store alive when everyone is buying online?
Linkedin

11 LinkedIn Tips for Connecting Like a Boss

If used properly, LinkedIn can become the most powerful asset for any B2B business owner or salesperson.
Public Relations

What We Can Learn From Cheerios' Potential PR Crisis

How the cereal brand courted -- and then avoided -- controversy.
2017 in Review

Biggest Social Media Fails of 2017

Twitter trolls take over U.K. snack brand Walkers' social media campaign.
Social Media Policies

Why Annual Social Media Policy Reviews Are Necessary

Avoid legal trouble and protect company secrets. Keep employees informed about what's allowed.
Instagram

Instagram Blurs Out 'Sensitive' Photos

The blurry screen will be placed over content that has not violated Instagram's policies, but was reported by someone and confirmed to be 'sensitive' by a member of Instagram's review team.
Twitter

Twitter Is Thinking About Paid Subscriptions

The focus would be on providing a premium version of Tweetdeck aimed at professionals and offering extra insight without any adverts.