How to be a good person on Twitter

You can have a spectacular offline reputation, but one red mark, one tweet sent out to the world, and your online reputation can cause serious damage personally and professionally. Sadly, seemingly since the rise of social media, individuals and brands alike have been making poor decisions that have had dire results. Brand and reputation management…

What Happens To Your Social Media Accounts When You Die?

Ah, a new year, a new opportunity to think about your inevitable demise. Or is that just me? At some point, most of us have thought about what will happen to us after we die. However, something we may not have considered is what happens to our digital selves after we die. In this day and age, we all leave some…

How to Create a Facebook Messenger Chatbot

Does your business want to do more with Facebook Messenger? Interested in using a chatbot for customer service and marketing? Facebook Messenger chatbots can help your followers get answers to frequently asked questions and more. In this article, you’ll discover how to set up a Facebook Messenger chatbot for your business. Why a Chatbot for…

Bumble is launching video stories to show more of your match

 Bumble will soon release BumbleVID, which will allow users from across the dating platform to create a story with unlimited 10-second videos, which will each delete after 24 hours. Here’s how it will work. Users record 10-second videos from directly within Bumble. These videos then post to their profile, and can be viewed by anyone who comes…

Check out live 360 video on Twitter

Today, we’re introducing a new way to see what’s happening on Twitter – through live 360 video. Starting today, you can check out live, interactive 360 videos from interesting broadcasters and explore what’s happening with them. You’ll be able to get an inside look with well-known personalities and go behind the scenes at exclusive events.…

Nielsen Social Content Ratings, Week of Jan. 2: Golden Globes Dominate

The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards blew away the competition in the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for TV series and specials for the week of Jan. 2. Meanwhile, the National Football League occupied four of the top five spots in the sports category, but with the start of the league’s postseason, those were the only four NFL games…

Testing “From” Fields in Email Marketing Messages

We’ve historically used Wil’s name as the “from” name in all of our email marketing communications: messages about event invitations, feedback surveys clients, and even our newsletter. From “Wil” But the truth is, Wil isn’t the one sending those emails. But I won’t insult your intelligence…you probably knew that already.… The post Testing “From” Fields…

Developing Content for Niche vs. Mass Audiences

Yeast makes dough rise – without it, the bread won’t bake properly, and you’ll like have a mess on your hands. Likewise, content is a key ingredient for your content marketing business. Content adds to your credibility and relevance. If […] Post from: Search Engine People SEO Blog Developing Content for Niche vs. Mass Audiences…

The Rise of Emoji and Google’s Mobile-First Movement

We’re constantly tuned in to the Internet as well as the new technologies and amenities that spawn from it. Emoji — those little smiley faces and symbols used in your mobile device’s messaging keyboard — used to be used exclusively for text messaging. Their meanings are simple. Unlike shorthand acronyms like LOL, emoji have the…