5 Social Media Articles You Don’t Want To Miss
We know you’ve got a lot on your plate and maybe the thought of doing research about social media and the latest updates plus keeping up with what’s going on in your own industry is way too much.
We are your resource that helps you filter through all of that information. Each article selected has been handpicked with you in mind. It will feature the good stuff, the important stuff. The stuff that will make you want to do something, get a result as opposed to reading for information sake.
Woobox Launches Instant Win For Facebook Pages
HootSuite Extends Google+ Pages to All Users
Top 5 Social Media Mistakes You Need To Avoid
How to prune your Twitter following
One Simple Secret to Social Media Success: Post Consistent Content Your Audience Loves
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With Woobox, you can offer Facebook fans the instant gratification they desire. This app allows you to automatically select winners at random and allow visitors to come back and try again, creating repeat visitors. Using the Instant Win feature with a fangate, you’re sure to increase your Fans and Engagnent.
We asked and Hootsuite has answered. After overwhelming requests from users, you can now manage your Google+ page. Currently it only works for Pages, however you can monitor steams, manage circles and publish targeted messages. Check it out and grow your brand easily on this new and fast growing social network.
There can be a steep learning curve when it comes to Social Media, but this article provides five quick tips to make sure that you don’t step into a well known pit. Heed these warnings to effectively engage your users, promote your brand and grow your following. It’s said that a journey of a thousand miles begins with one step and this article can be your guide.
Are you being followed by robots? Social media is all about human connections, but often when growing your following you may pick up a few that don’t belong. Use the tools highlighted in this article to unfollow Twitter users based on a variety of criteria. When you do this people will unfollow you as well, but that’s a good thing.
What does your audience want to know about? When you can answer that question and provide it on a consistent basis, your Facebook engagement metrics will go through the roof. But, how do you find out? Test and measure, its the social media marketers secret sauce. Here, Beth Kanter tells you how to get your Facebook users charged up with useful and consistent content.
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