If you want to encourage people to read your email messages consistently and stay dedicated to your social channels, without bolting and never returning, the remedy seems fairly straightforward.
Likes, retweets, followers, replies and comments are the surest sign of a vibrant social media presence. But what happens when engagement takes a turn for the worse, when a post is met with criticism, when a reply to criticism is met with additional criticism, again and again?
Lane Bryant’s campaign provide a few takeaways for communicators, foremost among them the importance of creating a unique, albeit accessible hashtag.
The updated “quote tweet” feature will offer users a way to get around Twitter’s character limit and share their thoughts in a visually appealing way while providing the context of the original tweet they’re replying to.
Is Snapchat right for your brand or organization? Do you have the time and expertise needed to devote to the platform? To help you harness the power of Snapchat, let’s take a look at 10 tips from Maureen McCarty, associate director of digital media at the Human Rights Campaign.
Telecom companies are looking for a new lifeline on their social channels. Social media engagement in the telecom sector grew just 1 percent, from January 1-March 15, compared with the same period in 2014, according to an exclusive study by social media analytics company Shareablee.
There is a vibrant ecosystem of services tailored to measuring Twitter—vanity metrics and beyond.
Riff, Facebook’s new collaborative video-making app, could be the solution for brand communicators looking to create a viral sensation.