It’s estimated that over 5,000 marketing messages are seen per day. That’s A LOT of messages! You can imagine how easy it is for your business’ message to get lost in all that noise. With the power of business storytelling, this may not be the case.
According to Zabisco, 40% of people will respond better to visual information than plain text. That’s why this week on our weekly Twitter chat #mktgtalk, we we wanted to explore why it’s important for small businesses to create visual content, and how they could easily do it on a budget.
We understand you’re busy. You can’t spend all of your time scrounging around the internet for simple information. That’s why we decided to create this helpful infographic that has all of your social media dimension facts. All you need in just one place.
On Wednesday, March 26, Twitter announced two new mobile features that allow photos to be more social.
The third largest social media network, Twitter is the “buzz generator” of the social media world. Often the place where people go for late-breaking news and updates, Twitter is ideal for any business, especially if that’s where your audience is. (I’m sure you’re wondering if your audience is even on Twitter, and to that I say, sign up and find out!)
But first, here’s a guide to being on Twitter – why you should be on it, what you should post, when you should post, how to build a following, who you should be following and how to sign up.
What do the country’s most powerful politicians tweet about? After analyzing 30 days of tweets, the trends I found were interesting to say the least.
Don’t get me wrong; at one point in my Twitter existence, I have used a #hashtag in a useless spot. In fact, I used a useless, redundant #hashtag this morning, and I will probably continue to do so now and again; hey, I’m only human! But a skit from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon is what really opened my eyes — and I think plenty of other eyes — to superfluous hashtags…
It can be exciting when a stranger follows you on Twitter, especially when you’re new to the game. But what will this user’s small vote of confidence really be worth to you? Chances are that if you’re new to Twitter, you won’t have a clue. But even veteran tweeters may have a thing or two to learn here.
Here’s a little something special for our fellow East Coast readers. Available now (and free to download) are five brand new Twitter headers, featuring NYC, Buffalo, Toronto, Boston and Miami.
After I wrote my post about the less-talked-about aspects of Pinterest, I wanted to do the same thing for another social media site. My pick: Twitter.
Twitter is extremely user-friendly, and it doesnât take long to get the hang of the site. But there are a few lesser-known features that can be really useful. So hereâs a guide to three of those: Twitter lists, the two ways to retweet another Twitter user, and embedded tweets.