19 Sep Social Media Posts That Are Igniting- 9/19
These are our top picks for the week in the social media marketing landscape. Enjoy 🙂
Bill Hartzer gives a great review of the new Ask.Kids search engine. It would be interesting to see how else they could monetize the results. Kids could easily be marketed to, but not in this way.
This is a great look at how to increase your blogs content, design, and readership.
Interesting account of how blogging has changed the world we live in today. This post could probably alternatively be named Top 5 Reasons Why Blogging Can Benefit Your Brand.
How many social media sites are you on? Do you check them constantly or do you focus on only a few. It seems some people are being worn out by too much social media. The suggestion in this post is to focus your interests. Marie Adam’s comment that follows the post also targets how social media marketers can benefit from quality vs. quantity as well.
“SMAC’s aim is to create a set of standards for social-media advertising, sometimes called “engagement advertising,” that mirrors the standards set for print, television, and display ads.” Only time will tell how effective this is, considering that most advertising channels on the web are reluctant to standardization.
StumbleUpon has undergone some changes as of late. Along with a new redesign of sorts you can now have more than 200 friends.