Term archive for "social media marketing"

Think Pinterest is Just For Women? Think Again!

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The conversation happening around Pinterest as a marketing platform is starting to change. For a long time, the hugely popular social media site, where users collect images they find inspiring, motivating, funny or otherwise meaningful, has been regarded as an almost wholly female domain. Pinterest was the place to go if you were looking for… Continue Reading »

Facebook’s Latest Change Could Impact Your Page Likes

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Don’t be surprised if you see the number of likes your Facebook page currently has decreasing sometime in the next few weeks. Facebook has announced that it will be removing any page likes associated with pages that have been deactivated, including those whose owners have died. Social media has become so central to our lives,… Continue Reading »

Facebook’s Relevance Scores: Why They Matter To You

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If you’ve been checking the performance metrics associated with your Facebook advertising, you may have noticed a new number on the report. This is your relevance number, a digit between 1 and 10 that reflects Facebook’s estimate of how relevant your target audience will find your messaging. The higher your ad’s relevance score is, the… Continue Reading »

Get More Out of Google+: New Display Ads & Pinned Posts

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Of all the social media platforms, Google+ has been the one that has the hardest time finding its core group of users and making itself relevant to broader conversations, limiting its effectiveness as a marketing tool. It’s been an awkward time, but Google has made some recent changes that may expand Google+’s appeal to a… Continue Reading »