Arguably the biggest announcement a couple of weeks back on social media was twitter doubling its character limit. For a platform known for its brevity this seemed a step backwards. It’s like a brand abandoning its core benefit. Or is It? [Read More]
Welcome to Social Media this week. Here’s a recap of all the big things on Social Media in the last one week.
Welcome to another edition of “This week on Social Media”. We have quite a few stories to recap. This was quite the week on social media. So read on :
Email marketing is a form of direct marketing that uses email, or electronic mail, to communicate a message to an audience. Email has been a viable form of digital communication for several decades, and while it may seem irrelevant when compared to other more prevalent digital communication platforms, such as social media, it is still just as relevant today as it was in the beginning.
We have started a new section called this week on social media. We will cover top 5 news from the world of social media to keep you updated with the latest in this ever changing landscape of social media.
Facebook added a bunch of hidden animations to spice up your news feed
Facebook has always wanted to encourage its users to share original content and news in “their” lives. In its latest attempt to boost sharing the social media giant has added a host of animations to a list of words that are used commonly. [Read More]
Google Adwords offers a good platform for advertising online, and it also allows you to pay so that you can show up on the first page of Google search terms that potential customers may have been searching for online. The average cost per click in Google Adwords is between one and two dollars, and Adwords allows you to use pay per click ads in addition to an inbound marketing campaign. It also allows you to use the right keywords that are relevant and highly searchable so you can create a successful account and set a budget for your campaign. [Read More]