To successfully use social media for your business, you need to grow a network of loyal users who will talk honestly and passionately about your brand on sites like Facebook and Twitter and in the blogosphere. Done right, your business will be able to count on your network to give you feedback, ideas and ultimately act as unofficial brand ambassadors.
As part of our Social Media A to Z series, today’s topic is appropriately short and to the point. B is for Bit.ly.
Happy Halloween from the 435 Digital team. To get everyone in the festive spirit, here are 10 spooky social media Halloween costumes! 10. Facebook-The Facebook page costume has been a hit for the past few years among the social media [...]
Often the most confusing thing about Twitter are the hashtags. Twitter created hashtags as an alternative to group tweets or a way to add extra data.
Due to the overwhelming response to the Top 10 Social Media Presences in Chicago, we have decided to expand the list and name our Top 5 Chicago Twitter Mascots. To keep it fair, duplicates were ineligible from the list.