June 2012 Archive

State of Social Media

Must Read: The State of Social Media [SLIDESHARE]

The speed at which social media, as an industry, changes only brings to mind one term for me: break neck pace. I live and breathe this industry and even I have trouble keeping up. We all see...

Get More Instagram Followers

7 Steps For Getting More Instagram Followers

As Instagram continues it’s march to being the most popular mobile social network and most popular photo-sharing community in the world, marketers continue to try and figure out the popular app. Brands that are new to...

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8 awesome social brands that should get more credit

Originally published at ArikHanson.com Last week, the PRSA Puget Sound Chapter asked me to lead a small group discussion around social content strategies that make sense. That got me thinking–which brands are really doing a great job with social...

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10 Tips From @RandFish On Upping Your Organic Traffic Game

When we think marketing, often we think “spend” or “budget” or “where can we put our ads next?” Digital ads are important, and social media advertising is increasingly proving results. But to depend on paid digital...

Facebook Ads

105 Facebook Advertising Case Studies

Thanks to Caleb Gray (@cableleegray) helping compose the summaries of the Facebook Ad Case studies below. As your business invests in Facebook ads more and more, it is useful to have a few examples of what...

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The World's OTHER Social Networks

Facebook is one of the most talked about, discussed, and dissected social networks in the world. Ok, the most. They are the king of the hill and recently went public, so it makes sense. They have also been very...

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85 percent of brand pages on Wikipedia need improvement

Wikipedia articles define our company’s brand, heritage, leadership and culture for the internet. They’re important. But Wikipedia has thousands of them and about four million articles in all. According to a new study published today, 90 percent...

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