Social Media Trends to Put Into Practice in 2017. Wondering what social media will look like in 2017?
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Twitter: Best Practices For Educators #ReinventingWriting. Twitter is an incredible tool for any classroom,if you know how to use it.
Teachers like Karen Lirenman and Kathy Cassidy show us how even very young children benefit greatly from the safe online connections through their teachers. If you’re still not convinced read the 100 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom right here on Edudemic. In my new book Reinventing Writing, I share many of the best practices for the effective classroom use of Twitter. Now that you want to use Twitter, here are the essential apps, hashtags, and tips to help you to work efficiently and get the most out of your tweets. Essential Apps Hootsuite Make Checking Your Class Twitter Account Faster Hootsuite allows you to easily see who replied, who direct messaged you and what is going on in your favorite hashtags in one glimpse. Easily Check Out People for Your Class to Follow I also like that you can click on a person’s icon and quickly see who they are and how engaged they are online. 61 Best Social Media Tools for Small Business.
4.5K Flares Filament.io 4.5K Flares × Banana Republic and Susan’s Neighborhood Shirt Shop could be using the same social networks—Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc.
—but their marketing plans and their marketing tools are likely quite different. Enterprise solutions are great for the big guys, but the rest of us are in the market for something more our size. Small businesses are eager to find valuable tools that take a lot of the time and trouble out of social media marketing and that do so without costing an arm and a leg.
I think we’d all want tools like that, right? Well, I went searching for just this kind of simple, easy, cost-effective tool, and I came up with 61 that made the cut. Hopefully you find one or two here that you can use in your small scale marketing that can get you big results. Social Media Tools for Small Business Sixty-one is a lot of tools to browse through, so I thought I’d help out by categorizing all of them into a clickable table. 10 Awesome Infographics to Guide your Marketing Plan for 2014. 8.1K Flares Filament.io 8.1K Flares × Infographics seem to be getting more and more popular lately.
They’re certainly fun to look at, and they convey useful information in a format that’s fast and easy to digest. One thing to keep in mind with infographics is that they’re generally static—unlike blog posts, they’re rarely updated as new information becomes available. To help you get your 2014 marketing strategy off to a great start, we’ve rounded up 10 infographics with useful stats, information and suggestions about online marketing. 1. 20 Captivating Marketing Statistics that will Drive 2014 This infographic from WebDAM looks ahead to 2014 to explore the trends and changes we can expect. 2. Marketo‘s email marketing infographic has some really interesting stats, including how the time you send an email affects the open rate. 3.
This infographic from Quick Sprout has some really handy tips for getting involved in LinkedIn. Facebook.
90% of Social Media Has Nothing to Do With Social Media. For many marketers and business owners, regularly producing high-value content is an ongoing challenge.
In my experience, some marketers believe that they need to spend a small fortune to create valuable content, and sometimes they do. The challenge then, is how to produce great content on a regular basis without breaking the bank. Too frequently, there is a community manager who is tasked with creating all of a brand’s content, and they spend hours upon hours on their computer, online, and on social media platforms working on scraping together next month’s content calendar.
Despite the sometimes herculean effort that goes into this, it is also a big part of the problem. For most organizations, the best way to create compelling content has nothing to do with computers, the internet or social media. So, what can you do to avoid the peaks and valleys of great content and become a more dependable source of value to your consumers? Well, it’s pretty simple really. Prove your brand’s promise.
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