It’s a simple question with a not-so-simple answer but in general, it all depends on which platform is best for your business model and how you can leverage your social activity against their algorithms, however there are some basic rules that are backed by statistical data that I will go over in depth in this post. But first understand there is no cookie cutter approach and there are many different factors to take into consideration such as…CONTINUE READING
In March 2018, it was revealed that data from up to 87 million Facebook users had gotten into the hands of Cambridge Analytica, a third-party data firm. This raised privacy concerns for Facebook users who now realized their private data was not completely secure. What seemed to be a harmless social media platform now holds all of your personal data that could potentially fall into the wrong hands.CONTINUE READING
Why are we’re doing the Finding Happiness Project? With a remarkable resurgence, rich history, and cultural cachet, Detroit is special. Unfortunately, not everyone knows this about the Motor City. In a 2018 study, Detroit was identified as the unhappiest city in the United States. That study inspired us to prove the statistics wrong with a project called “Finding Happiness Detroit.”CONTINUE READING
Who are social media influencers? Think of the last time a friend of yours went on and on raving about a product. Even if you hadn’t heard of that product or weren’t previously interested, this influenced you to think about buying it as well. This thought process is exactly why influencer marketing works. Behind this phenomenon are the social media influencers themselves.CONTINUE READING
Facebook launched in 2004 as an “online directory that connects people through social networks at college”. If we had told a Fortune 500 like Walmart that one day the social network would not only be worth more than it, but that they would be investing thousands and thousands of dollars in ads on the platform, they would have laughed. But here we are: social media has taken over the internet.CONTINUE READING
The best part about social media websites? They’re free. It costs nothing to post about your product on your brand’s Facebook and Twitter pages or announce a new service on your LinkedIn. If you do decide to dive into the world of paid social, the cost is marginal compared to the amount of money companies pay to produce TV ads or print campaigns.CONTINUE READING
When you think of brands that have an extraordinary social media presence, most companies that come to mind are probably B2C. Sure, B2B businesses have a more difficult time growing and reaching their audience, but it’s not impossible.
The key to a successful business to business social media campaign is to put your resources into the correct social media channels – and share the right content to them. By doing this, your brand can be noticed by company executives and considered for services. In fact, according to Forbes, 83% of executives actually use social media in their decision-making process to use a company. In addition, 92% of these executives said that social media has influenced a decision of theirs within the last year. Wow!CONTINUE READING