Social Media Slice for May 30, 2019: Parler “Alternative” to Twitter Getting Conservative Push; Leveraging Content for Success; and Facebook Reference Guides


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Parler “Alternative” to Twitter Is Getting Conservative Push-
You may not have heard of this new alt Twitter platform but you will now as US President Donald Trump’s team is looking at it as a new communication source. As Parler (most likely pronounced “parlay”) owners have stated they will show no favoritism and will not ban anyone, there is a growing movement of conservatives there. Is it a place for your client’s brand to be?

“Parler provides a Commenting and Social News platform for digital publishers, influencers, bloggers, writers, politicians and social users to share news, opinions and content in real time. Additionally, we provide enterprise tools to enhance online blogs, media and websites with direct social integrations and monetization capabilities.” – Parler website

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WELCOME SLICE

SLICE is a M-F news digest targeted to assist Social Media Managers, Virtual Assistants, and Small Business Owners make sense of all the day to day social media news. Bypass the fluff. Focus on the good stuff.


SLICE SPECIAL OF THE DAY

Leveraging Content for Success-
Are you writing content to hear your literary voice or is it part of a packaged deal for your small biz client with an end goal. Strategic promotion. SEO ranking. Visibility.

“The first step towards executing content well is understanding the primary goals of online content. For marketers, the main three goals of content are link acquisition, keyword improvement and conversion assistance.” – Andrew Dennis writing in Search Engine Land

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Facebook Reference Guides-
Wouldn’t it be great if whenever you had a FB question there was a simple, one page cheat sheet you could refer to? There is. There are. And the Jon Loomer team has complied many of them in one blog so you need to just bookmark once.

“Facebook occasionally releases ‘one-sheeter’ reference documents. Often times, these new or amended resources are not heavily promoted. Typically, these take the form of a Facebook quick reference guide focused on a specific topic.” – Lucas Elliott

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