Whether you’re new to social media marketing or are looking to get more involved on behalf of your business, it’s easy to get confused by all the jargon floating around. In this post we’ll try to break down some of the most common terms you’ll need to know to master marketing on social media.
You’ve doubtless heard the saying, “With great power comes great responsibility.” It’s widely attributed to Spiderman’s Uncle Ben, but bad news, folks: Voltaire beat him to it by a few centuries.
Whoever said it first, its sentiment is particularly true when applied to social media. Social media can be a powerful tool for your business, but it brings with it a responsibility, not just to present your business in the best possible light but to interact wisely with your customers. So here are our five rules to ensure you get it right!
Social media platforms are always looking for new and innovative ways to create features and keep users interested in the platform.
Whether they choose to hook users in with a twist on their current feature or choose to introduce a completely new one, it’s all engineered to keep users coming to the platform and relying on it – so they can keep their figures going strong.
One such feature that was introduced by Twitter is Twitter Moments.
If you haven’t ventured into the world of Twitter Moments, it’s safe to say you’re running behind the times.