Have you considered sharing news with your audience?
Research indicates that people are using Facebook and Twitter for more than connecting with friends and brands. They’re now looking to these platforms for updates on current events.
In this article you’ll discover how the way people use Facebook and Twitter is shifting, and how brands can respond.
Do you struggle to measure the return on your social media marketing investment?
Despite a lack of concrete proof of sales, small businesses are devoting time and dollars to Facebook marketing.
In this article you’ll discover findings from recent studies focused on Facebook marketing.
Have you seen the latest research on Facebook?
Knowing how Facebook affects online marketing can improve your own efforts.
These five studies reveal how Facebook impacts online marketing and why it’s here to stay.
Are you looking for new ways to improve engagement with your audience?
Do you want to know the most effective, yet rarely used social tactics?
In this article I’ll share research findings that reveal three widely underused tactics you can use to build a long-term interested audience.
#1: Provide Customer Service on Facebook
A lot of brands default to Twitter for social customer care. While there’s nothing wrong with that, it’s important to remember that Facebook offers plenty of customer service options you can leverage as well.
Wondering what kind of content will help you achieve that goal?
New research confirms that photos could be the “holy grail” of social media engagement.
In this article I’ll share what you need to know about maximizing engagement on Facebook and Twitter.
#1: Photos Are Worth a Million Likes
Photos are the primary type of content posted and shared on Facebook. According to March 2014 research published on eMarketer, photos accounted for 75% of content posted by Facebook pages worldwide.
Do you know how to measure your engagement?
These issues and more are faced by many social media marketers.
In this article, I’ll share research and tips to help you overcome common challenges social media marketers face.
#1: Marketers Lack Plan for Negative Comments
When it comes to dealing with negative social buzz, more than half of marketers still aren’t sure what to do.
Research published on eMarketer shows only 45% of marketers currently have an effective strategy to deal with negative social media posts; 23% don’t have any kind of plan; 25% are working on getting a plan; and 8% have a plan that doesn’t work.
Dealing with negative social media posts can be time-consuming and uncomfortable, particularly if you don’t have a written policy for handling them. Rather than waiting until disgruntled customers or anonymous haters (you should be able to tell them apart!) show up, make a plan for handling those situations before they arise.
Does your business have a Facebook marketing plan?
Do you need inspiration for Facebook updates that excite your fans?
Do you treat each and every update as an opportunity for engagement?
In this article we’ll take a look at 26 brands, an A-Z guide, that use Facebook status updates that combine visual content and brand messages to create buzz, excitement and interaction.
#1: Audi USA
In the status update below, Audi USA shared that media recognition for their brand’s history and culture, but made sure to show appreciation by including a social link to the brand that drew attention to them.
Do you pay attention to the trends happening across the social web?
If so, you already know how the rules and landscape of social media marketing are always changing.
But what you don’t know may not only surprise you, but also may make you think twice about your social media strategy.
Here are four surprising social media research findings you should leverage for your social media strategy.
#1: Users ‘Like’ Facebook for Social Logins
When logging onto sites with a social network ID, research by eMarketer shows that a majority of users (51%) prefer to log in using their Facebook credentials.
In fact, professionals across all industries favored Facebook. Only 28% of users log in with Google+. Facebook is also the preferred social login network ID for 63% of global mobile users.
Do hashtags make a difference?
What about sponsored stories?
There’s recently been ton of research to understand how Facebook marketing is helping (or hurting) businesses.
Here are five noteworthy Facebook findings we uncovered from the latest published research.
#1: 78% of U.S. Facebook Users Are Mobile
Facebook is at the center of a sizable shift to mobile. In the U.S. alone, 78% of all Facebook users (just shy of 100 million people) logged into their Facebook accounts via mobile this year (TechCrunch).
Research from eMarketer predicts that this number will continue to grow and by 2017, 154.7 million Americans will be using Facebook on their mobile devices.