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Social Media Blog Posts Related To Blogs
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Viral videos…we love to watch them and share them. Sometimes, however, some folks get the wrong idea that any video content can be made to “go viral”. Social media strategists (no matter how good they are) don’t have some magic button that makes a video something that the masses will share.
Can Facebook ads actually drive traffic that generates enough revenue to pay for themselves? We’ll do the math!
If bounce rate isn’t a great metric to use to measure your blog posts, what is a good metric to determine whether visitors like your content?
In this guest post, Nathan Kittrell shares his thoughts on ways that employee social media activities can co-exist peacefully with HR policies. Do you agree?
In this guest post, Jade Anderson shares her thoughts on why every business professional should consider taking at least one Marketing course. Do you agree?
Enjoy these thoughts on how emerging technologies like virtual reality and virtual assistants are going to shape the way we use social media over the coming decade.
What does bounce rate really mean for a blog? Is there a magic number that you should try to achieve?
In this guest post, Kevin Nelson shares his thoughts regarding skills that are important in a marketing career, but aren’t necessarily taught in the classroom.
Is guest blogging still a good way to generate back-links to your site? The answer really depends on quite a few different factors.