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Hacker Noon – Tech CEOs, founders, and VCs react to 280 characters on Twitter

 

 

 

Andreas Sandre

November 16, 2017

 

Yesterday on LinkedIn, Jeff Weiner, the company’s CEO, commented on the new 280 character format on Twitter.

“May not be fun to parse & read tweets at that length but must admit it’s a lot easier to write,” Weiner wrote on LinkedIn after posting his first 280 character tweet.

I thought it was interesting to see a tech CEO commenting on Twitter’s new format. And I asked myself: what are other Silicon Valley and tech industry leaders saying about Twitter’s most-talked-about evolution?

So, I decided to dig a little bit deeper.

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Buffer – 19 Tools for Creating Engaging Social Media Videos, Images and GIFs in Minutes

 

 

 

By Alfred Lua

September 6, 2017

 

Creating social media content takes time. And creating great social media content takes even more time.

You don’t just need to think about what types of content you’re going to create, but also how you can customize your social media posts for each platform.

For example, you might create:

How do you find the time to create so many pieces of social media content?

Well, here’s some good news… with the right tools, you can save a bunch of time and create epic pieces of content in minutes.

We’d love to help you get the most out of every minute you spend creating social media content. Here are 19 social media content tools you can use to quickly create images, infographics, stories, videos, and more.

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Forbes – 7 Tech Trends That Will Shake Up Content Marketing in 2018

 

 

 

By John Hall

August 22, 2017

Tech is changing everything. I know, you’ve heard this refrain on loop for the past decade. But rapid advances in technology are revolutionizing just about every area of our lives and work, including content marketing. From creation to distribution to consumption, tech is forcing brands to rethink how we use content.

Ten years ago, we weren’t glued to our smartphones, and a lot of us read the news in actual newspapers instead of apps. Now, we use our smartphones to run businesses, stay ahead of what’s going on in the world, and indulge in our daily dose of entertainment.

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Adweek – Facebook Is Now Letting Brands and Media Companies Create Their Own Groups Within Pages

 

July 20, 2017

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Facebook is giving Pages administrators the ability to create their own groups, potentially providing brands and media companies new ways to boost engagement with niche groups.

The social network today announced that it’s expanding globally what it’s been testing in some markets for months. According to Facebook product manager Linda Xiong, the feature will let brands create their own pages without having to rely on admins to set up groups from their own personal accounts. That could be welcome news to social media managers who want to have more privacy and separation form work and also give organizations the chance to create “official” groups that unwanted or unofficial third parties and fan clubs can’t set up.

According to Xiong, the update is an “external reinforcement or expansion of our mission to bring the world closer together.”

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Tech.Co – 5 Tips to Boost Media Shares and Conversion

 

 

 

 

May 22, 2017

By James Jones

 

Social media is a powerful marketing tool for your business, but if your followers aren’t engaging with or sharing your content, you won’t see much growth. A great social media marketing strategy is what turns likes and shares into leads and sales. With a little effort, these simple five tips can help you increase media shares and engagement.

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