Why an Instagram presence is a must for any small business The latest Instagram statistics reveal that the interactive photo sharing application has approximately 700 million monthly active users uploading 95 million photos each day. According to the most recent Advertising Agency Survey by STRATA, 53% of clients plan to use Instagram for social media advertising campaigns while 37% choose Twitter. Facebook remains the dominant social media player with 95% of the agencies polled reporting […]
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Social media remains an integral element of modern PR campaigns and a strong case can still be made for using the platform Twitter. It remains one of the “big three,” along with Facebook and LinkedIn, as the top social platforms that companies turn towards to help broadcast a variety of messages or company updates (Instagram is arguably a close fourth). Launched in 2006, Twitter is a well-established tool for many companies. Its content is an […]
You know how important social media campaigns and profiles are to supporting your public relations campaigns. One way to indicate this importance to your company’s stakeholders is through the use of social media analytics. However, analytics can’t serve anybody if you’re unable to explain what they mean. While the most popular social media platforms (and those best used for B2B social media campaigns) host their own analytics, it can be challenging to parse through the […]
You’ve made it: your company booth is in place, your colleagues are in meetings, and you’re heading off to the keynote session at an industry event that you’ve been looking forward to all year. The speaker is a big name and the topic sounds promising. Time to sit back, relax… and get your phone out. Unlike rush hour traffic or your kid’s dance recital, presentations are an opportunity where you should be encouraged to message […]
We recently attended Business Wire Boston’s “All Things Social” event and were recognized for our live-Tweeting response to the presentations. From the article: Read the full article at Business Wire Boston’s Storify.