Don’t Get Burned Out, Facebook Just Redesigned It’s Newsfeed
Important Social Media Updates You Want To Know & Tips You Can’t Be Social Without
In This Week’s Weekend Roundup
Social media expert offers advice for businesses
5 Tips for Avoiding Social Media Burnout
Updates You Want To Know
Facebook has announced some major changes to the News Feed. The redesign includes larger images with the ability to filter for photos and music. Separate feeds will be available to view updates from friends or Pages you like. These changes will give users more choices so they can view the content they are most interested in.
It appears that some of the younger users of Facebook are moving on to other social networks they find more fun, like Instagram and Tumblr. It is not uncommon for people to grow bored with things they once found interesting. This is why it is so important to listen to what your audience wants and be able to adapt and change.
Tips You Don’t Want To Be Social Without
An effective social media marketing strategy includes well-defined goals and knowing who your target audience is. Having this direction will then help you determine the best social platforms to use. This article explains how to evaluate your current strategy and six of the biggest mistakes to avoid.
Social networking creates great opportunities to connect with the right people who can help you take your business to the next level. This is what happened for one woman when she shared her new eBook on Twitter and connected with an agent and publisher who helped her get a book deal. Learn what this entrepreneur has to share about how to better leverage social media.
Many people use social media for business as well as in their personal life. Being so active in this arena can eventually lead to burnout. However, there are some things you can do to effectively manage your time on social media and reduce the risk of burnout. Continue reading to find tips that might work for you.
A new study shows that being positive can make you more popular on Twitter. People who share useful information tend to have more followers than those who spend more time giving updates about themselves. This may inspire some to find the right balance of sharing who you are with offering something to your followers.