Fast Company

Fast Company is a full-color business magazine that releases 10 issues per year and focuses on technology, business, and design. Fast Company's current editor is Robert Safian, who previously worked with Fortune, Time, and Money. The magazine has won numerous industry awards.
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  • What Can Social Data Tell Us About HR Professionals?

    … such as wellness, diversity and engagement programs. Human resource leaders also want to be seen as leaders in the business community, and frequently share content related to leadership, management and innovation. While their reading list includes some of usual publications read by business leaders, including Forbes, Inc., Fast Company, and Harvard Business…

    AllTwitterin Social- 9 readers -
  • Should You Let Other Sites Republish Your Content?

    … the value is having something original.” He predicts that search engines will improve in their ability to determine where attribution lies and give credit to the original source in the future, while cracking down harder on reprinted content that doesn’t add value. In that vein, Shepherd sees a dark future for any sites that rely on content that’s…

    Yael Grauer/ The Content Strategistin SEO Content- 21 readers -
  • 7 Tips for Increasing Your Click-Through Rates on Facebook

    …-word headline, but ideally you should keep it to under 80 characters. Similarly to the data from the Fast Company article I linked to above, we found that Facebook posts that contained shorter headlines received more clicks and engagement that those with longer headlines. On average, updates that contained headlines with fewer than 80 characters…

    Neil Patel/ Quick Sproutin Social- 14 readers -
  • Today in Tabs editor Rusty Foster: ‘2014 was a terrible year!’

    … and FiveThirtyEight launched, and they were very much parallel. People were treating them in the same way, and I feel like they shook out very, very differently, especially in those two cases. How so? Ezra Klein went off and joined a team, an already-established company, in Vox. It’s done pretty well. I don’t necessarily keep track of pageviews…

    Caroline Bottger/ Digiday- 12 readers -
  • How to Build Successful Social Media Marketing Funnel

    … How to Build Successful Social Media Marketing Funnel When it comes to generating conversions through social media, you should be have a customized sales oriented funnel in place. According to Fast Company, 93% of marketers use social media to promote their business. Oracle’s report stated that 60% of companies are citing social media…

    Rise to the Topin Social How To's- 12 readers -
  • Your Playbook To Winning The Super Bowl With Content Marketing

    …. The One Hundred and First Piece of Content Earlier in the year, Oreo came up with the idea to do 100 pieces of content to celebrate its 100 year history. Fast Company recently covered how every day, the Oreo team and their agency would scan the news and come up with a relevant issue and creative execution. This “Daily Twist” started with a boost…

    Michael Brenner/ Relevancein Content Twitter- 14 readers -
  • Three Tips for Improving Twitter Ad Campaigns

    … articles from HBR or Fast Company Design be interested in your content, and likely to share it? Then target ads to @HarvardBiz or @FastCoDesign. In one recent program I saw this approach to handle targeting drive dramatically higher additional organic sharing of our content than any of the other targeting approaches we used on Twitter. Your turn…

    Eric Wittlake/ {grow}in Social Twitter- 11 readers -
  • The Best Branded Content of 2014

    … times, I can’t deny that I’m craving a White Russian. (Insert alcoholic writer joke here.) Chipotle: “Farmed and Dangerous” Forget the soap opera; it’s all about the burrito opera. (I’ll take mine with sour cream and a sense of regret!) Chipotle aired a four-episode web series on Hulu beginning in February, and though it wasn’t Breaking Bad…

    Joe Lazauskas/ The Content Strategistin Content YouTube- 9 readers -
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