With the plethora of technological advances via devices and platforms, it’s no wonder social media is always evolving and providing new ways for people to interact. One big example is Facebook Stories. Just a few years ago, Stories wasn’t even a blip on the digital map, but now more than a billion people use Stories..
Filmora and Social Media Today put together a listing which simply looks at the trend data to give you some pointers as to where you should be looking for more focus in 2018. Check it out:
Social Media is always evolving – sometimes on an hour by hour basis! Of course it’s impossible to predict how the social media landscape will change over the course of a year, but here are six social media trends marketers should keep an eye on in 2016: ”Social Media Trends 2016 Infographic” by Sprout Social
Great infographic via www.socialmediatoday.com that asks the question: What are the key social media marketing trends to keep an eye on? According to this infographic by Morrison Foerster, there’s a lot to take in when it comes to improving social engagement in 2016: Read the full article here on Social Media Today.
Users now use Twitter, Facebook, and apps such as Zeebox to draw attention to TV shows, the social tools have inadvertently killed traditional TV advertising. Television stations have transitioned their ads to audiences on Facebook, Twitter, and Zeebox. As a result, television advertising is dying out. It’s important to note the types of programs that..
It doesn’t matter what type of business your company is, every company has to have the right online presence to bring more customers to its organization. If you’re a company that still has only a website and a Facebook page, keep in mind that there’s a lot more to maintaining a successful online marketing presence. ..
Social Media Examiner recently released its annual Social Media Marketing Report. The study reflects that 80 percent of marketers aren’t planning to use daily deal sites in their future campaigns. In this study 3,025 marketers were surveyed. The most significant points determined by this report will be highlighted in this article. There’s been a decrease..
Seven findings from Nielson and McKinsey’s Social Media Report (where consumers were surveyed to learn how they use social networks) are: more time is invested on mobile devices, Pinterest use continues to increase, social networking produces positive sentiments, Twitter impels social television, social care is the new customer care, social ads get mixed feelings, and..