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Twitter

Twitter Makes Images More Accessible for Visually Impaired

Beginning today, Twitter's apps for iOS and Android allow users to add text descriptions to images in tweets.
Customer Feedback

How You Can Take Advantage of Twitter's New 'Customer Feedback' Tool

This new tool allows brands to privately solicit feedback from customers. How will this benefit you?
Crowdfunding

Are Millennials the Most Generous Generation?

Millennials are driving crowdfunding, but disrupting the global market for charitable giving.
Social Media Analytics

4 Tracking Tools to Help You Streamline Your Flood of Content

Take a look at what's working in the world of social-media analytics.
Instagram Marketing

3 Tips to Improve Your Instagram Strategy

As Instagram comes alive, brands need more than a quick crop and wash strategy.
Growth Matters

5 Signs That You've Lost Momentum in Your Business

Examine why your business has stalled,, make the necessary changes and get back to what you love doing.
Snapchat

Average Snapchat Users Spend 25 to 30 Minutes on App Each Day

Snapchat wants more television advertisers to take notice, so it has a number of new figures to show just how addicted its users are.
Social Media Marketing

Results Are In: #GuacNRoll Was the Most Popular SXSW Hashtag

A small nonprofit marketing Mexican avocados loomed large at the premier tech fest that just concluded.
Instagram Marketing

Ignore the Uproar. The Instagram Algorithm Change Is a Good Thing.

Ranking newsfeeds by relevancy instead of chronology has upset many but doesn't change the fundamentals for succeeding on Instagram.
Team Work

The Do's and Don'ts of Email Etiquette

Don't forget, when dashing off an email, that a person you have a business relationship with will judge you by what you write.
Entrepreneur Network

Malcolm Gladwell Predicted That Social-Media Advertising Would Be a Fad. These Pros Say No Way.

The prolific author has said that businesses would soon revert back to traditional methods of getting the word out. Well, they haven't done that yet.