Category Social Media

You’ve probably heard organic reach on Facebook is dead. Facebook makes money from advertisers, so they want businesses to run ads. While Facebook curtailed the reach you get from standard posts, Facebook Live and Facebook Stories allow marketers to still attain a strong organic reach.
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There are many benefits of using Snapchat for events. Real-time storytelling before, during, and after the event can be done on Snapchat. Geofilters also provide marketers a unique opportunity. Event professionals should consider this platform to reach demographics that can be hard to reach.
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Many eateries rely solely on the power of social media to pique people’s interest. Of course, this method only works if you know how to post and share so viewers will want to visit your establishment. Here are some of the most significant social media do’s and don’ts for your restaurant.
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There are many details to consider when you create and optimize a high-converting hotel website. Mobile optimization, stunning visuals, usability, and chatbots can all play a role in converting visitors. Here are four examples of captivating hotel websites.
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Marketing to millennials can be tricky. These 17–36-year-olds are 2.5x more likely than other generations to be early adopters when it comes to technology. They’re also, of course, connected—to the internet, to their devices, to social media platforms. 
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Online video consumption has skyrocketed. Brands will invest heavily in online video as a way to connect and engage with potential customers. Here are five video marketing trends to watch in 2018.
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Indivigital recently published a report on the Facebook performance of leading brands. The Facebook study concluded the world’s top 100 brands have an average engagement rate of 0.12 percent on Facebook. The average engagement rate with 74 outliers removed is 0.10 percent.
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It can be hard and time-consuming to continuously come up with new ideas for great content. You can save time, effort, and resources by re-purposing content you’ve already created. Here are a few ideas for how to re-purpose old content for new audiences.
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