30 Little-Known Features of Facebook, Twitter, and More. 69 Flares Filament.io 69 Flares × When I first set foot in Disneyland, I race to the most famous rides first—Splash Mountain, the Matterhorn, Indiana Jones, all the biggest and best.
Little do I know there are just as many hidden gems and overlooked attractions that I’ve likely missed in my sprint for the headliners. Social networks are a little like Disneyland in this regard. There’s so much to see and so much to do that some of the fun stuff is bound to slip through the cracks. Which features of Facebook, Twitter, and the other major social networks have perhaps slipped under our noses?
Read ahead to learn all 30 little-known features (and see which ones you might already know!). 5 Little-Known Facebook Features 1. Whenever you see a story that someone has shared in your news feed, you’ll find a “Save” option in the drop-down menu under the top, right corner. “Save” also shows up on pages. Where do all these saved posts and pages end up? 2. 3. Check regularly for spam. 4. 5. Secret emoji. 15 Sexy, Easy-to-Use Multimedia Tools to Up Your Visual Content Game. So, you want to make a series of GIFs for your next listicle?
There’s an app for that. Need to convert a video file from some awful codec no one’s ever heard of into a .MOV file? How Whole Foods Market's customers inspire word of mouth on Pinterest. “It’s not all about us,” says Director of Social Media and Digital Marketing Natanya Anderson as she explains why Whole Foods Market’s approach to Pinterest focuses on their customers’ passions and values — not the company.
By listening to their customers for inspiration, Whole Foods can curate content on Pinterest that’s relevant and sharable. She says they go beyond groceries and food to focus on interests like sustainability and tech, because that’s what their customers care about. In her presentation at SocialMedia.org’s Brands-Only Summit, Natanya takes us behind the scenes of Whole Food’s customer-centric Pinterest strategy. She explains: What type of content works and what doesn’tHow bloggers and guest contributors can grow word of mouthWhy they gave followers a lesson on brining Check out Natanya’s full presentation in the video below.
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In fact, Hubspot reports that 70% of business-to-consumer marketers have acquired a customer through Facebook. If you are still having trouble convincing your boss that social media is worth the investment, here are 28 must see statistics for 2013 to make him/her jump on board. YouTube This may be well-known now, but it's worth mentioning that YouTube is the #2 search engine on the web making it one great resource for traffic and leads. As a matter of fact, Zappos reports that YouTube drove 250,000 visits to its website in 2012. Another resource is an interview that David Siteman Garland with James Wedmore. 1. 700 YouTube video links are shared on Twitter every minute (source: Relevancy Group) 2. 500 years of YouTube videos are watched on Facebook every day (source: Relevancy Group)
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