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2019 Social Media Marketing Trends For Your Business

This time of year, most small businesses are scurrying around trying to figure out what social media marketing strategies and initiatives to do the following year. Whether you’re looking to [...]

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Three Ways To Use Instagram For Research

Three Ways To Use Instagram For Research It’s no lie that Instagram has been growing tremendously the last couple of years. The social media platform has even surpassed Facebook in usage. [...]

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Facebook Video Monetization And Promotion Tools | Digital Scoop 023

 Facebook has released a new set of monetization options and best practices for video creators as it seeks to build interest in its Watch platform.   The new monetization options include: [...]

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Report Finds Social Media Users Want Entertaining Ads | Digital Scoop 020

   New Report Finds Consumers Respond Best to Entertaining Social Ads, Not Discounts

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Instagram Algorithm Update | Digital Scoop 017

Instagram updates it’s newsfeed to be chronological… kind of. 

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Facebook Algorithm Update | Digital Scoop 016

  Facebook changes it’s algorithm to show more from friends and family, and less from business and brand pages, as well as publishers.

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How To Use Emojis In Social Media Marketing

More and more brands are using emojis to connect with their audiences. 92% of people use emoji and more than 30% use emojis several times a day, according to a report published by the Emogi [...]

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2017 Video Marketing Trends To Incorporate Into Your Marketing Strategy

Videos is one of the biggest shifts happening in social media and marketing right now. Between mobile technology and video specific platforms on the rise, video content is growing, and continuing [...]

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How To Increase Your Social Media Reach

Every platform has ongoing algorithm changes. Major players, like Facebook, have basically become a pay-to-play platform. With the continuing changes in the feeds, your strategy needs to generate [...]

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What is Social Selling?

Back in the day (few years ago), most businesses wanted to keep marketing and sales teams away and separate from each other. If you are a small business, than chances are they are one department. [...]

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