Monthly archive for March 2017

How Stories Search makes Snapchat a real-time YouTube

 Snapchat is shifting from a social network limited to content shared by people you follow to an ephemeral, real-time database of what’s going on now everywhere. Today Snapchat launched Search for Stories submitted to its public Our Stories. It makes Snapchat as deep as whatever the world

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Amazon quietly launches its own social media influencer program into beta

 Social media influencers – like Instagram stars or YouTube celebs – often promote products they like, either as part of a brand relationship or as means of generating income through affiliate sales. Now, Amazon is looking to get in on this action as well. The company has

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Twitter is getting rid of the egg avatar (because that will totally fix the abuse problem)

 Everyone knows that Twitter has a harassment problem. And while the service has tried things like banning abusive users (both on a temporary and permanent basis) it hasn’t really fixed the problem. Today, they’re announcing another sweeping change that fails to address the real problem: they’re cracking

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Top 10 Online Book Clubs For Entrepreneurial Inspiration

Joining a book club and reading frequently can have a huge impact on your success as an entrepreneur. Source: Entreprneur Top 10 Online Book Clubs For Entrepreneurial Inspiration

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Snapchat now lets you search across over 1 million Stories

 Snapchat has opened up search across over 1 million curated public Stories, with a new feature release that could be a very helpful tool not only for users, but for advertisers, too. The search feature allows users to find Stories relevant to their interest by keyword, from

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Dear @Jack, I don’t love Twitter anymore

 Oh how innocent we were. How full of hope for the possibility of a 140-character microblogging service. For the joy it could bring, and the good we could do together. Now I look back and I just feel numb. Read More Source: Tech Crunch Social Dear @Jack,

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Google Analytics: How to Analyze the Behavior of Your Site Visitors

Google Analytics: How to Analyze the Behavior of Your Site Visitors

Do you want to learn more about how people use your website? Wondering how the Behavior reports in Google Analytics can help? To explore how to navigate the Behavior section of Google Analytics, I interview Andy Crestodina. More About This Show The Social Media Marketing podcast is

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Networking and Need A Favor? Follow These 5 Steps to Get a Response.

Be polite, persistent and provide value down the line. Source: Entreprneur Networking and Need A Favor? Follow These 5 Steps to Get a Response.

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Senate intel hearing details Russian social media disinformation tactics

 The first half of Thursday’s Senate Select Intelligence Committee’s hearing on Russian disinformation campaigns wasn’t quite as fun as watching James Comey squirm his way around classified intel in the House, but it did provide some valuable context on Russian cyber methods and social media campaigns. Read

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Twitter stops counting @ Replies towards its 140 characters on web and mobile

 Nearly a year ago, Twitter announced it would begin distancing itself from the requirement that all tweets could only contain 140 characters by no longer counting some things – like media attachments or @ replies towards the character count. However, it didn’t begin testing the change with

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