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Posts from the ‘Social Media’ Category

MarketingProfs – Five Reasons People Are Wired for Visual Marketing [Infographic]




By Laura Forer

February 26, 2018

One way to reach more consumers—or to get more mileage out of written content you already have—is to use visual content.

People remember 20% of what they read but 80% of what they see, according to an infographic on the topic of visual content.

The team at PR and content marketing partner for brands iScribblers produced the graphic, which explores five reasons visual content resonates with people more than written content does.

It also explains that the rise of social media has contributed to this phenomenon. For example…

  • Facebook continues to modify its News Feed algorithm to include larger and more prominently displayed images and videos, according to The New York Times.
  • More than 95 million photos are shared daily on Instagram, and pictures with faces are more popular than other photos, reports Reuters.
  • Twitter pulls pictures and videos right into its timeline, and tweets with images receive 150% more retweets than tweets without images, says HubSpot.

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Adweek – AI’s Hidden Patterns Transform Content, Marketing and Advertising on Facebook




Opinion: Consumers continue to demand more personalized experiences


February 20, 2018

AI and Facebook permit brands to empower more effective matches between consumers and products or services

Artificial intelligence finds and identifies the best parts about human behavior. It matches our desires with the exact information, product or service we need, at the right time. It is increasingly used to improve search results, and it will be the driving force behind the changes in content production, target marketing and advertising that we will see on Facebook.

Facebook has an abundance of data on its users that, when mined intelligently, can uncover hidden patterns. Such information—when implemented properly into content creation, marketing strategy or advertising targeting—creates a truly unique lifestyle experience. It gives users the most efficient information and access to knowledge, tailored and customized in a way that has never been done before.

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Forbes – How To Give Your Business A Social Media Makeover For The Year Ahead




By Adrian Fisher

February 13, 2018

Today, having a social media presence is as important as having an informative website. Many companies have increased customer engagement and even generated new leads by regularly posting engaging and educational content across their social media platforms. However, it can take a lot of time and creativity to maintain several engaging social media platforms at once. So how can you improve your company’s social media presence?

No matter which platform you use, the No. 1 tip to remember for maintaining a social media presence for your business is to be consistent. For example, if you usually post pictures on Instagram three times a week, don’t suddenly drop off the map or starting posting twice a day.

If your social media presence has been inconsistent recently or has just fallen off your radar altogether, here are five tips to refresh your company’s social media for the new year.

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Content Marketing Institute – 4 Unconventional Ways to Promote Blog Content on Social Media





By David Zheng

February 5, 2018

Remember when you could write an amazing blog post, paste the link with a featured image, and hit share on social to see your web traffic grow?

The same old content promotion tactics don’t work anymore. With organic reach rapidly declining on social media, you need new ways to effectively promote blog content without paying for it.

In this post, I’ll walk you through four effective and unconventional ways to promote your blog content on social media without paying for it.

Let’s jump right in.

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Content Marketing Institute – How Content Marketing Can Save Your Digital Marketing Strategy





By Robert Rose

January 12, 2018

In a television series, this would be the beginning of the episode where we bring you up to speed on early character development moments you may have missed.

If you’ve tuned into the Content Marketing Institute for any length of time, you are no doubt familiar with the importance we place on the idea of developing a documented, strategic plan. Each year in our research, we find that a cohesive, documented strategy is one thing that separates successful vs. unsuccessful content marketers.

In the 2018 B2B research, 62% of the most successful content marketers have a documented strategy vs. 16% of the least successful.

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