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Google Prepares to Launch Stamp as Copycat to Snapchat’s Discover

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

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Social media giant Facebook has had a well-deserved reputation for successfully copying features from Snapchat, and now Google seems to be adopting a similar approach with Stamp. Built to mimic Snapchat’s Discover feature, Stamp is a visual publication format that will allow news publishers to build swipeable stories with text, photos, and video, which will likely surface in Google’s search results, giving advertisers a massive leg up in terms of traffic and the ability to monetize should the feature succeed.

 

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Monthly Link Roundup – 06-30-17

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Facebook Adds ‘Family Targeting’ to Ad Products, Enabling New Focus Options (SocialMediaToday.com)

With focus on the upcoming shopping season, Facebook announced the new family targeting option as part of a range of new tools that will enable businesses to target whole household at once.

4 LinkedIn Mini Case Studies (SocialMediaExaminer.com)

Oren Greenberg examines how four different companies have sustained a successful LinkedIn presence to enable businesses to discover how to effectively build a presence to engage their target audience.

Google Updates ‘Test My Site’ to Show How Many Visitors You’re Losing (SearchEngineJournal.com)

With statistics that indicate most sites lose half their visitors while waiting for a page to load, Google has just updated its Test My Site tool to reflect how many visitors website owners may be losing due to their page speed.

How To Improve Search Engine Ranking With Social Media Marketing? (SocialBarrel.com)
Business owners would want their website to be visible to potential customers. One way to do that would be to rank better on Google. Jane Danes discusses the different ways to improve your search engine ranking using social media marketing.

Marketers Are Searching for Instagram Services 12X More Than Snapchat’s [INFOGRAPHIC] (Entrepreneur.com)

Social media giant, Facebook, through its subsidiary Instagram and its Stories feature, showed its dominance by slowing Snapchat’s user base and revenue to a much slower pace.

Monthly Link Roundup – 04-28-17

Friday, April 28th, 2017

Schema.org Just Released New Restaurant Menu Markup — Here’s How to Get Started (MOZ.com)

With Schema.org’s latest release, the site now offers several new properties and types so that restaurants and businesses that serve food or drinks can create marked-up menus for their websites and help search engines better rank and understand their content.

Twitter Has Had A Dislike Button For Months And You Didn’t Notice (Mashable.com)

Twitter added a dislike button, or an ‘I don’t like this Tweet’ to help the platform’s tweet rank algorithm to better understand the types of content that users would like to see less of in their feed. The site then uses this information to optimize and tailor users’ experience with the platform in the future.

Google Analytics Is Adding A New Home Page (MarketingLand.com)

Google Analytics users can expect more changes coming to the platform’s interface. This month, Google announced plans to give users a new homepage that features curated, real-time data, traffic sources, user location, and devices used to visit their websites. The new and improved Google Analytics homepage will show up right after login.

Facebook Is Becoming A Social Operating System For Human Beings And Robots (BrianSolis.com)

Drawing an estimated 4,000 attendees from all around the world, an announcement made during Facebook’s F8 conference blurred the line between reality and virtual reality and human and robot engagement for users in their personal and professional lives.

How Facebook’s News Feed Algorithm Works (and What’s Coming Next) (SocialMediaToday.com)

Facebook held its annual F8 Developer conference this month, where they announced a heap of new products and tools, many of which hold truly mind-boggling potential. Soon, users can expect Facebook to be looking to boost discovery – which should benefit publishers and Pages by exposing more potentially interested users to their content.

Google Announces New Ad Targeting Options and Better Measurement Tools for YouTube

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

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Google is looking to add greater functionality and better ad options to YouTube, its online video platform. The search engine giant recently announced a set of new changes to YouTube, most of which are focused on the ever-changing and expanding role of mobile apps and devices.

 

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Nifty Ways to Improve Your Mobile App Marketing through Social Media

Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

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A lot of effort and skill, skipped meals, and all-nighters go into an app that will become a hit on the Apple App and Google Play store. After you’ve ensured that you’re all set to launch and ready to create a huge demand among millions of users, it might be easy to forget that it also takes a lot of work to get your app to stand out from thousands of other apps out there.

 

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Realizing Social Media’s Impact on Your ROI

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

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The time and money you’ve spent on social media marketing may have grown since you’ve started a few years back, and by now your business pages may already have hundreds or even thousands of followers. Indeed, growing your social media following is an excellent way to get your name out there, but does this have any real relevance to business success?

 

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The 3 C’s of Social Media: Content, Conduct, and Contact

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

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With social media dominating cyberspace, it comes as no surprise that a lot of people have taken to online media platforms to increase brand awareness or enhance their online presence. However, with online users becoming more discriminating about what they read and how they interact on social media, you should be aware of the key factors that affect social behavior on the Internet.

 

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