Today, everyone wants to be the King (or Queen!) of social media. We need to be on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, and, of course, Pinterest. But is it possible that being everywhere at once might actually be hurting your business?
Twitter said on Tuesday it plans to accelerate its push for content partnerships in Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
It’s not easy to drive dramatic inbound-lead growth. In fact, many entrepreneurs seem to think it’s an impossible task. But what if I told you it was a lot simpler than you think?
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Pinterest community marketing manager Enid Hwang starts her day at 6:30 a.m. focused on one mission: ensuring Pinterest wins over users the same way the site did from the very beginning — one-to-one.
As Pinterest’s fourth employee and one of the site’s first few hundred “pinners,” Hwang remembers the way she and Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann first worked together, meeting bloggers individually at conferences and scouting for artisans in San Francisco. She doesn’t want that type of work to stop.
Snapchat is courting teenagers around the world who want to save their data plans with a new travel mode. When enabled, Snaps, Stories and Discovery content will only load if users tap them, rather than loading automatically when they open the app.
Travel Mode comes alongside several other new features for iOS and Android. Now users will be able to add as many emoji to their snaps as they want and place them individually, rather than having to add them as a rigid single string of text. The eye button for jumping from your Story to who watched it is coming back after a short absence.
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