Recently, I was graced with a survey posted by Facebook in my news feed, about my news feed. As a social media enthusiast and marketer, I felt I should help them out, but found myself somewhat torn when they asked me if I wanted more content from Facebook Pages. Should I say “no,” so brands’ posts don’t clog up my feed, or “yes” in the hopes that my positive response might extend to my clients enjoying more organic reach?
Are you ready for the holidays? This song to get you in the spirit was popularized in the good old days of 1951. In case you’re not familiar with “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” listen to Johnny Mathis sing it and read the outdated lyrics.
Congratulations! You’ve decided to write a blog post. Now what? What in the world should you write about? How long should it be? Do you have writer’s block already?! Here are six tips to release the blog author in you.
For over 60 years, social scientists have studied ways people can influence other’s attitudes and actions. How can you use the “science of persuasion” in social media? Let’s take a look at six shortcuts people use to make a decision and respond positively.