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To say Twitter is in a rut may be the social media understatement of 2017. The company struggles to make money, despite having 320 million actively engaged users. Stock is down 16% in Q1 2017. Executives, who appear to see the writing on the wall, are leaving millions of dollars of stock on the table to abandon ship. Rightfully, many users are wondering how long Twitter has left.
If you’re active in field of social media marketing, the term “dark social” has probably floated around your office in recent months. Perhaps you’re deeply entrenched in influencer marketing and your team read about Adidas’ latest social media campaign that saw enormous returns from dark social outreach.
How many times a week do you still get hit by ads on Facebook that mean absolutely nothing to you? 10? 20? Broad ad targeting on the internet is nothing new, but something about that approach just feels off on an otherwise highly curated platform like Facebook. The obvious issue at play here is that, with over $17 billion spent on Facebook ads last year, there’s no shortage of ...
You see millions of viewers on YouTube. You want a piece of the action. So you borrow a video camera, snag a GoPro from home, or just use an iPhone to get what you need. You record, upload the video and wait for the fans to pour in. Sometimes it works. Usually… not so much. Reality check: Throwing a few videos together and putting them up on a YouTube channel isn’t going to ...
When you hear people talking about “seismic activity” on the West Coast, what immediately jumps to mind? Los Angeles, rumbling as the San Andreas Fault shifts? John Cusack in 2012, fleeing the mighty wrath of the Pacific Ocean as it gleefully swallows California into its watery maw?* Here in the Pacific Northwest, mentioning “seismic activity” brings back memories of an event that occured at C.