While it doesn't get as much attention as other social platforms, Reddit is a key news source for many users, and a key originator for a lot of web content.
Reddit started off small and has grown to become one the most popular news source in the world. One of the key differentiators for Reddit is that they rely on human curation and moderation, as opposed to other platforms which are increasingly relying on algorithms for the same (and rarely producing anywhere near as compelling a user experience).
Influencer marketing platform FameBit has been oddly quiet since being acquired by Google’s YouTube one year ago, according to several executives in the advertising and entertainment industries (“I have not heard anything from them since they went to YouTube. They don’t even cold-call us anymore,” said one agency exec). Now the company is getting ready to break that silence.
“Definitely we’re being strategic in the sense that we want to get it right. We have a lot of things in store for creators that we want to get right,” said FameBit co-founder Agnes Kozera when asked about the company’s low profile post-acquisition.
Sure, you've heard about content marketing, maybe you're even doing it, but are you aware of all the various aspects of the process - and are you utilizing them to best effect?
This infographic should provide a broader picture of the ins and outs of content, which covers the various types of content, distribution channels, how to optimize the process and the team members and roles generally required.
Not too long ago I broke down my daily social media management routine to explain how I manage all my client accounts without losing my mind.
In this post I want to briefly cover how planning and social media automation are my best friends when it comes to effectively staying on top of regular posts while having time for other activities that improve your social media marketing results.
So, you’ve got your new business website live - you've spent ages crafting your design and creating page content, now you can just forget about it and let it do its job, right?
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