Social Agency Bucks Industry Diversity Trend and Taps Three for All Female Leadership Team Bucking the 'lack of representation' trend in the advertising business, Ignite Social Media today announced several management changes. The agency, recently named the Social Agency of the Year Worldwide in the Corporate Social Media Awards, named...

Join a select group of marketing and advertising professionals and learn how to up your social media game. You’re invited to attend Social Fresh 2016, a nationally recognized conference cited by industry leaders as the best social marketing conference. Ignite Social Media's Lisa Braziel, Vice...

As the Original Social Media Agency®, we’re frequently asked about how to get verified on Twitter. While verification may just be a blue check mark to some, to many celebrities, notable accounts, and brands, being verified brings credibility to their account. This credibility can serve...

Chatbots. Maybe you’ve heard of them, maybe you’ve even interacted with them. Either way, they’re here. Is that a good thing for brands? How will consumers respond to bots instead of people? Should we welcome our new chatbot overlords? Join us Wednesday, July 20th at 1pm...

Once again, Facebook is changing the way its News Feed is structured and many people have questions as to what it actually means this time. As this new feature on Facebook rolled out, so did a document titled “News Feed Values” by the company, which...

July 2nd. It's a day that we hold in high regard around these parts. What exactly happened on July 2nd? 1941 Joe DiMaggio breaks Willie Keeler's 44 game hitting streak (45th of 56) 1956 Elvis Presley records "Hound Dog" & "Don't Be Cruel" 1972 "Fiddler on the Roof"...

In case you've been wondering why we're drinking Mimosa's at 9am on a Tuesday (or why our COO is dancing on Snapchat), it's because we've recently been awarded Social Agency of the Year by Incite Group's Corporate Social Media Awards. This accolade recognizes our relentless passion for helping...

Earlier this month, word came out that links and photos would no longer count towards Twitter’s 140-character limit. While this was exciting to some and rejected by some who don’t like change, it had yet to be confirmed by Twitter directly. That all changed Tuesday morning...