LinkedIn reported in April 2017 that the network had crossed the 500 million member threshold, 106 million of which are monthly active users, according t0 The Motley Fool. While LinkedIn used to be a platform people who were hunting for a job would use for virtual networking and to host their resume, that behavior has changed markedly over the years.
The ten most popular Success @ Creative PR blog posts for 2017 include articles about content marketing, cool tools, and social media.
Marketing reports for December 2017 including BuzzSumo’s Most Shared Facebook Content report; Google’s 2017 In Search; Nieman Lab’s 2018 Predictions For Journalism; and many more reports.
Hot on the heels of its doubling of character limits from 140 to 280 for tweets, Twitter has introduced a new “tweetstorm” feature. One of the benefits the new tweetstorm button offers is the ability to generate more exposure for your earned media coverage.
Marketing reports for November 2017 including Pew’s research on attitudes toward automation; the SEMRush Search Rankings Report; the Knight Foundation’s examination of engaged podcast listeners; and many more.
The great Twitter 280 Characters debate of 2017 has begun. Here’s everything you need to know and 10 things for your company or brand to consider.
Minnesota will be on a global stage when it hosts Super Bowl LII in February and some brands will no doubt try their hand at ambush marketing. Here are 3 examples from Super Bowls’ past and 2 ideas for Super Bowl LII.
Marketing reports for October 2017 including Gallup’s survey of American sports fans; Pew Internet’s trends in social and digital news media; Return Path’s Delivery Benchmark Report; and many more.
Since the emergence of social media, companies have to one degree or another, begun to look at ways to activate their employees as an extension their marketing efforts by encouraging them to share company content online.
To pause or not to pause? That is the question many brands struggle with in the wake of a national tragedy but many social media management platforms are not making it easy for brands to execute their decision to go dark.