Even after everyone said they would #DeleteFacebook last year, 68% of Americans are using it. We're sure at least a few of those folks are in your target audience.
Let's just get straight to the point.
It's time for social media news!
Similar to how Facebook is has its own Highlights section now, today's Slice features the latest social media news highlights. We're giving you all the details on the latest Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter updates so you can impress your boss, AND we'll help you understand what these updates will mean for you and your company.
Social media algorithms are constantly shifting. Updates are happening. Channels are popular, and then they’re not. Sometimes you can even open up your favorite social media and feel like it’s a 🎵whooole new wooorld 🎵!
Come with us on a social media magic carpet ride to take in the wonder of the latest and greatest social media news.
You’ve probably seen your fair share of headlines about Facebook this week. They’re full of not so fun words like data, Cambridge Analytica, Russia, the 2016 election, and privacy, and have left users and businesses wondering whether they should join the #DeleteFacebook campaign.
Updates and changes to our favorite social media platforms seem to barrel down at us like a speeding train sometimes. We'll be calmly creating a video or designing some graphics, humming to ourselves and following our social media strategy, when, suddenly...
Last week, we went over how to spot the fakers on your Instagram and Twitter accounts. This week, we're talking Facebook, and for very good reason: Facebook admitted just last year that 60 million of their accounts are bots. While that's a drop in the bucket of their (self-reported) 2 billion users, these fakes can still spam your audience, artificially inflate your numbers, and expose you (and your company) to risk.
With Facebook’s massive newsfeed overhaul, it’s time to start thinking about some strategy tweaks to get your audience’s eyes on your content. Your engaging organic posts might not make the cut anymore. But you know what will? Strategically-used dollar bills. Time to test the Facebook advertising waters with boosted posts!
Have you read the recent news about Facebook? It’s more than just a tweak. Facebook is giving its news feed an overhaul to fill it with more friends, family members, and good vibes, and fewer news stories, company updates, and viral videos.
Happy New Year! It’s time to shake the Magic 8 Ball and consider what 2018 will mean for your social media marketing strategy. What are the best channels to keep using? What should you try that's new and improved? What won't work anymore?