Social Media Slice for December 18, 2019: Instagram to Flag Potentially Offensive or Bullying Captions; How to Use Google Search Console to Boost Business; 42 Digital Marketing Trends You Can’t Ignore in 2020

MAIN SLICE 📌 Instagram to Flag Potentially Offensive or Bullying Captions- Let’s be clear. Instagram won’t block your caption. It just will nudge you that similar wording has been flagged previously. So watch out! “In addition to helping reduce online bullying, Instagram hopes the feature will also help to educate users about what sort ofContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 18, 2019: Instagram to Flag Potentially Offensive or Bullying Captions; How to Use Google Search Console to Boost Business; 42 Digital Marketing Trends You Can’t Ignore in 2020”

Social Media Slice for December 17, 2019: Just Say No to Public Charging Stations and Wi-Fi; Kim Garst’s Top 10 Social Media Trends for 2020; How To Measure Your Brand’s Impact With A Facebook Brand Lift Test

MAIN SLICE 📌 Just Say No to Public Charging Stations and Wi-Fi- You are a busy Social Media Manager. Driving to clients. Flying to conferences. But oh-oh look at your phone or tablet and that evil red light is on. And you forgot your charger? 🤦🏻‍♂️🤦🏽‍♀️ Opting for a public charging station or Wi-Fi isn’tContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 17, 2019: Just Say No to Public Charging Stations and Wi-Fi; Kim Garst’s Top 10 Social Media Trends for 2020; How To Measure Your Brand’s Impact With A Facebook Brand Lift Test”

Social Media Slice for December 16, 2019: Queen Elizabeth Is Recruiting for Digital Guru; 15 Facebook Holiday Contests You Can Create in Minutes; Best Guide to Understanding Pinterest Analytics

MAIN SLICE 📌 Queen Elizabeth Is Recruiting for Digital Guru- The Queen already has seven million Instagram followers, more than five million on Facebook and more than four million on Twitter. Time for Buckingham Palace to hire a Head of Digital Engagement! “The successful candidate will join the office of the queen’s Private Secretary andContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 16, 2019: Queen Elizabeth Is Recruiting for Digital Guru; 15 Facebook Holiday Contests You Can Create in Minutes; Best Guide to Understanding Pinterest Analytics”

Social Media Slice for December 13, 2019: Facebook Launches New Ad Reporting Tools For Advertisers; Organizing Your Social Media Content Calendar; Add Slack to Gmail Sidebar

MAIN SLICE 📌 Facebook Launches New Ad Reporting Tools For Advertisers- Who loves you Social Media Managers? Facebook does. Just in time for the holiday shopping ad blitz, FB issues new tools to better measure campaign performance. “The new features – cross-account reporting and custom metrics, and Conversion Path reporting, will enable advertisers to measureContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 13, 2019: Facebook Launches New Ad Reporting Tools For Advertisers; Organizing Your Social Media Content Calendar; Add Slack to Gmail Sidebar”

Social Media Slice for December 12, 2019: Pinterest Releases Top 100 Trends List; Local Algorithm Involves Relevance, Proximity, and Prominence; How to Write Persuasive Instagram Ads, Captions, and Bios

MAIN SLICE 📌 Pinterest Releases Top 100 Trends List- Not another list? Ah, but this goes beyond trends and could actually reveal cultural shifts for the new decade! “People are spending more and more time at home, and this means big business for companies that concentrate on home decor, athleisure, and even delivery services. There’sContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 12, 2019: Pinterest Releases Top 100 Trends List; Local Algorithm Involves Relevance, Proximity, and Prominence; How to Write Persuasive Instagram Ads, Captions, and Bios”

Social Media Slice for December 11, 2019: How was 2019 Represented on Twitter; American Entrepreneurship is at an All-time High; How to Add Page Numbers and Bookmarks in Google Docs

MAIN SLICE 📌 2019 as Represented on Twitter- Twitter is a strange platform. It doesn’t seem to make $$, nobody wants to buy it, POTUS Trump uses it constantly, and engagement is high. So stands to reason Twitter would compile a “most successful” moments in various categories. 🤔Videos included. “2019’s most-tweeted-about movies: The Avengers: EndgameContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 11, 2019: How was 2019 Represented on Twitter; American Entrepreneurship is at an All-time High; How to Add Page Numbers and Bookmarks in Google Docs”

Social Media Slice for December 10, 2019: Craigslist Has An App Now, Finally; Letting Facebook Present Best Ad Text with Multiple Text Options; How to Use New Safari Shortcuts in iOS 13

MAIN SLICE 📌 Craigslist Has An App Now, Finally- Depending upon the type of products & services you or your clients produce — or need to move — this news could could be big. “The app does not need to be perfect, and neither is it. But it does the job: all site features areContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 10, 2019: Craigslist Has An App Now, Finally; Letting Facebook Present Best Ad Text with Multiple Text Options; How to Use New Safari Shortcuts in iOS 13”

Social Media Slice for December 9, 2019: Hiding Likes, More Than What You Think; What is YouTube View Velocity and Why You Should Care; Pantone Color Institute Announces Color Of The Year 2020

MAIN SLICE 📌 Hiding Likes, More Than What You Think- So we’ve been told that Facebook & Instagram are hiding likes to reduce bullying and make us feel less self-conscious when posts don’t get much engagement. But insider thinking is hiding likes will increase the number of posts people make! More people. More ads. “MoreContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 9, 2019: Hiding Likes, More Than What You Think; What is YouTube View Velocity and Why You Should Care; Pantone Color Institute Announces Color Of The Year 2020”

Social Media Slice for December 6, 2019: Shutterstock Reveals The New Color Trends For 2020; Facebook Ad Edits That Could Go Wrong; End-of-the-Year Cleanup Checklist for Macs

MAIN SLICE 📌 Shutterstock Reveals The New Color Trends For 2020- What are the hot colors to blend into pictures or use in ads for the coming year? Shutterstock crunched some numbers & colors. “Shutterstock analyzed the image download data of its 1.9 million customers – designers, marketers, creatives, and bloggers who are already workingContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 6, 2019: Shutterstock Reveals The New Color Trends For 2020; Facebook Ad Edits That Could Go Wrong; End-of-the-Year Cleanup Checklist for Macs”

Social Media Slice for December 5, 2019: Instagram Begins Enforcing Age Restrictions; Secret’s New Ad Campaign Promotes Women-Owned Firms; End-of-the-Year Cleanup Checklist for Windows

MAIN SLICE 📌 Instagram Begins Enforcing Age Restrictions- Although it isn’t clear how Instagram will verify, it will soon demand birth dates on signups to protect youth. It could also lead to “more tailored experiences” for users. “It seems that the first step could be to allow businesses to restrict what ages can view theirContinue reading “Social Media Slice for December 5, 2019: Instagram Begins Enforcing Age Restrictions; Secret’s New Ad Campaign Promotes Women-Owned Firms; End-of-the-Year Cleanup Checklist for Windows”