My friend Christopher Barger is releasing a book later this year and in a recent post on Facebook, he asked his marketing colleagues “In your opinion, the most overused A-list social media buzzwords.”
Christopher received a slew of comments with dozens of words being submitted and among the most overused words,
This month, researcher Devon V. Smith released a report for the Theatre Bay Area on how 207 arts organizations around the world are using social media. It has a tremendous amount of information, some intuitive and some suggestive. I highly recommend a full read for anyone invested in helping arts organizations with their growth in this field.
We’ve all seen Promoted Tweets go viral in a short amount of time, such as Toyota’s Prius Goes Plural and Virgin America’s Company Expansion into Canada, but do you have to be a Fortune 500 company to successfully advertise on Twitter?
The answer is no. Many new third-party advertising platforms are coming out of the woodwork to help your small or medium-sized business advertise on Twitter and you don’t need $15,000 to get started.