Even though you may have been using Facebook’s new Graph Search feature for quite some time now (it was announced in January), the world’s largest social network has made improvements to the feature during that time period.
Twitter hashtags are a way to organize tweets into topical groups. Tools are available that make it easy to follow hashtag-related conversations, start hashtag chats, and analyze data around their use.
While many businesses have a social media presence, many are not engaging on those platforms and thus not meeting their goals.
What’s so important about the acquisition for Twitter is that Spindle makes localized social content discoverable, something that’s been quite difficult for the social network to do on its own – and you likely know this if you have ever tried to figure out what others are doing in a very specific geographic area.
Search engine optimization — SEO — may seem like alchemy to the uninitiated. But there is a science to it. Search engines reward pages with the right combination of ranking factors, or “signals.” SEO is about ensuring your content generates the right type of signals.
Social signals, such as Google +1s, Facebook shares, and backlinks are the most highly correlated factors with high-ranking Google search results, according to a study from Searchmetrics.
Merchants now have a variety of tools to shoot and edit creative product videos entirely from a smartphone. Here is a list of video editing apps for your smartphone.
The folks at ShortStack put together a great infographic that provides 10 quick tips and examples for better status updates for your social media pages.
As you have most likely heard, Facebook’s popular image sharing social network, Instagram, launched video functionality. In doing so, the social network is taking a direct shot at Twitter’s rapidly growing social video service Vine.
The best part about Vine videos is that it opens up a completely new way for brands to connect with their customers on Twitter.