Month: April 2015

Pinterest Now Allows You to Schedule Pins Via Buffer

  According to Buffer, Pinterest is now making it possible for businesses to build or increase their presence on social via the introduction of scheduling and measuring pins. Pinning is a strategy that has been known for a while to increase web traffic and general exposure for brands. In order to increase the odds of reaching a bigger […]

4 Recent Twitter Updates to Check Out

A lot has been happening with Twitter recently. Actually, there’s always a bunch happening with Twitter. But since it’s such a insane flow of constant information, and we’re programmed to check in, tweet, retweet, favorite, and maybe read a few things, at the speed of light, you may have missed some recent changes. Here are […]

Bad Rhino Reading: How to Grow Your Facebook Audience

Website: Social Media Examiner Article: How to Grow Your Facebook Audience – 8 Success Tips Tired of posting quality content to your Facebook page but getting the same old number of likes? Here are a couple of quick tips to better engage your Facebook audience. 1. Add a Facebook Like Button or Box to Your Website […]

Facebook Wants to Make Your News Feed More Friend-Focused

Soon enough, Facebook users will start to see fewer updates from Pages popping up on their News Feed. Instead, friend updates will reign supreme. According to The Verge, users will see more posts in their News Feed of “friends they care about” higher up in their News Feed. Pages created by advertisers and brands will therefore appear less your News Feed. […]

Building Relationships on Twitter in 140 Characters or Less

Social Media is all about relationships. Some people seem to think it’s about a relationship with themselves, but that defeats the very meaning of “social”. Brands sometimes think it’s the perfect place to promote their product. Wrong again! Social Media is about being social – it’s an interaction between people. You don’t post something just […]

Twitter Debuts New Look

Twitter has become a a big part of where people are able to see what is going on in the world. According to Twitter, a big change will be happening for users who have a Twitter account but do not necessarily log in every day or even every week. Twitter is making it so they are […]

Facebook Metrics and Insights Needed When Launching a Social Media Engagement Campaign

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Nick Rojas is a business consultant and writer who lives in Los Angeles and Chicago. He has consulted small and medium-sized enterprises for over twenty years. He has  contributed articles to Visual.ly, Entrepreneur, and TechCrunch. You can follow him on Twitter, or you can reach him at NickAndrewRojas@gmail.com.  . .     Big data and analytics […]

Twitter Launches 'Retweet with Comment' Feature

According to techcrunch.com, Twitter is now releasing a ‘Retweet with Comment’ feature, which Twitter has been testing since last summer. The new feature now allows Twitter users to embed a tweet into their own tweet, allowing them to essentially write their own commentary to a tweet. Say more with revamped quote Tweet! Rolling out on iPhone […]