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Recovering Lost Sales with Facebook Messenger Marketing

With 79% of the U.S. population owning at least one social profile, social media marketing has firmly entrenched itself as a primary channel for most consumer businesses, and especially so with ecommerce marketers.

 

Social marketing is relatively easy to implement and, depending on your strategy, can be considerably low cost. But today, with so many social platforms and various options for audience engagement, it can be difficult to determine what to embrace, and what to ignore.

Source - Read More: multichannelmerchant.com

 
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How Content Ages on Social Media

How often should you post fresh content your social marketing pages? To find the answer, one must ask another important question – how quickly does your content age on social media?

Evergreen content is a quaint concept but it’s time to own up to the fact that there is no such thing as ageless social marketing content. People change, their likes and dislikes change, societies change, the idea of humour changes, and all these changes mean that every piece of content uploaded online is bound to lose relevance amongst its audience.

Let us take a look at some important social platforms and try to understand how content ages so that we can come up with more effective social marketing strategies.

Source - Read More: www.followerz.co.uk

 
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This Facebook Ads Strategist Answers the 3 Commonly Asked Questions

Most marketers today understand that social media advertising is a critical component of the marketing mix, but sites like Facebook and Instagram can be intimidating for individuals who aren’t especially social media savvy. In order to get a clearer picture of optimal social media ad strategy, I reached out to Chris Chung to get his insights on some of the most common questions that get asked about advertising on Facebook.

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The 5 Things Entrepreneurs Should Never Post on Social Media

Social media offers a great opportunity to build your brand, increase engagement in authentic ways, show what your company is really about and totally screw things up. Case in point: American Apparel’s 2014 social media gaffe. To promote a July 4th sale, the company tweeted what they thought was a picture of fireworks. It wasn’t fireworks though — it was the Space Shuttle Challenger exploding in mid-air in 1986. The public was not pleased, and many stopped following American Apparel online. Though companies can recover from such a mistake, doing so wastes time and money that should be used to grow the company. So, before you pull an American Apparel-sized goof, here are five things entrepreneurs should never put on social media.

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Payments Will Be Facebook’s Regulatory Waterloo

Facebook has had quite a run operating in the completely unregulated, wild world of social media, finally ending with a mea culpa that it needs government regulation in order to manage the massive social and democratic disorder it has created. With its new Libra cryptocurrency, Facebook wants to disrupt the most highly regulated industry on the planet: the payments and transborder payments markets.

In recent years, startups have made a habit of taking on regulators in order to grow, with Uber and Lyft as the posterchildren. Playing cat and mouse with much-hated, local regulators like the Taxi and Limousine Commissions of various cities and countries proved easy fodder in many jurisdictions and Uber and Lyft are now multibillion dollar public companies.

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