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#BOLOCON: Next Generation Social Media For Agencies

Posted by Chad Richards in social media. No Comments

20th October

Here are the slides from Duncan’s Next Generation Social Media For Agencies presentation at the 2014 BOLO Conference. It focuses on emerging trends that will effect most agencies in the near future. Specifically, the real-time marketing opportunity, image-based listening, and other late breaking topics. [URL: http://slidesha.re/1ya2kEs]


Halloween & Social Media: 5 Must-Reads

Posted by Chad Richards in Blog, social media. No Comments

15th October

Don’t be scared of having some fun with your online community this Halloween! Check out these five must-reads for inspiration. Three Frightfully Fun Examples of Brand Generated Halloween Social Media Content By Jessica Gioglio In celebration of this spooktactular holiday, we’re skipping the tricks and going right to the treats. From Facebook, to Twitter, Vine,


Hello Ello: 5 Must-Reads

Posted by Chad Richards in Blog, social media. No Comments

8th October

Ello claims to be the anti-Facebook social network. Learn all about it in these five must-reads. 5 Things You Need to Know About Anti-Facebook Social Network Ello By Larry Kim A new network hit the social Web this summer and is basking in the glow of viral love and attention, even though it’s still just


Facebook Closes the Like-Gate: What That Means for You

Posted by Melanie McIntyre in Facebook, social media. No Comments

11th September

As you’ve probably heard, Facebook will get rid of like-gating on November 5. For years, brands have used like-gating to prompt Facebook users who haven’t already “liked” their page to do so before they can see content, redeem a coupon, or enter a contest. Like-gating increases Facebook fan numbers so, predictably, not everyone has welcomed […]

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Twitter Analytics For All Users Now Available

Posted by Chad Richards in Blog, social media, Twitter. No Comments

28th August

Numbers nerds rejoice! Twitter is finally providing all users with data on their tweets. Previously, this information was only available to advertisers and a limited number of other users. There are three dashboards of information, including: Tweet act…