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  • 33 Ways You Can Increase Social Media Engagement with Your Brand

    … during holidays and other seasonal events. These posts usually have a better engagement rate than other regular posts. Show gratitude; thank your fans for milestones (and in general) and your fans will engage with you. Find out what’s the best time to post (depending on your fans’ demography) and post at these times. You should optimize your posts…

    Marketing Technology Blogin Social- 20 readers -
  • Updated Checklist for Social Media Managers (Infographic)

    … their employees have access to, while also leveraging the power of word-of-mouth-marketing. Employee advocacy tools out there like Bambu can help facilitate this process. Attend a Twitter chat: Twitter chats are a great way to build your social community while learning the newest trends in your industry. Twitter chats are essentially large, public question…

    AllTwitterin Social EMail Facebook Twitter- 42 readers -
  • How to Rock a Twitter Chat with Hootsuite

    … Last month, Hootsuite launched #HootChat—a community sourced Twitter chat led by our friends, for our friends. Every Thursday at 12PT/3ET, Twitter peeps come together online to share knowledge about subjects that matter to social media practitioners (the real heroes!) worldwide. The conversation moves fast! #HootChat generates more than two…

    Hootsuitein Social How To's- 12 readers -
  • Your Twitter Chat May Feel Like Herding Cats, But It Doesn’t Have To

    … for the book, Collier launched a Twitter chat under the hashtag #CustServ. More than five years later, Collier still hosts the chat every week under that same hashtag. Each Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET, about 100 members of the online customer service community gather to discuss the industry with Collier. The weekly #CustServ Twitter chat runs so…

    Mason Lerner/ The Content Strategistin Social Content Twitter- 19 readers -
  • Social Media 101: 10 Tips for Small Businesses Just Getting Started

    Whether you’re an early-stage startup or a small- to medium-sized business that’s new to the social media game, there’s one thing you should know: It’s okay to start small. There are a lot of social networks out there, but you don’t have to be on all of them. In fact, it would be better if you were not. Unclear as to how Instagram would help your brand? Avoid it for now.

    The Content Strategist- 9 readers -
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