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 November 15, 2019: Facebook May Limit Number Of Ads Your Page Can Run At Any Time; Common Marketing Misconceptions and Facts; How to integrate Dropbox into Slack

MAIN SLICE 📌 Facebook May Limit Number Of Ads Your Page Can Run At Any Time- What? 🤔🙀😱First, relax a little. FB says these ad limits will only impact “a small percentage of advertisers” in mid-2020. It says too many ads at the same time will lead to a degraded ads performance. “We’re implementing adContinue reading “Social Media Slice for November 15, 2019: Facebook May Limit Number Of Ads Your Page Can Run At Any Time; Common Marketing Misconceptions and Facts; How to integrate Dropbox into Slack”

Social Media Slice for November 1, 2019: New Directory to Bring Social Media Agencies and Clients Together; Facebook and Pinterest News Covered on Podcast; How to Send Direct Messages from Anywhere Within Slack

MAIN SLICE 📌 New Directory to Bring Social Media Agencies and Clients Together- Agencies with a staff of 1 to 500 just got a new friend in marketing themselves to potential clients. It’s a just out directory called Social Agency Scout. And it is free for you to use to find clients and for themContinue reading “Social Media Slice for November 1, 2019: New Directory to Bring Social Media Agencies and Clients Together; Facebook and Pinterest News Covered on Podcast; How to Send Direct Messages from Anywhere Within Slack”

Social Media Slice for October 18, 2019: Facebook Organic Page impressions May Be Dropping; Using Site Personalization to Get Your Visitors More Engaged; Keeping Up With Slack Threads

MAIN SLICE 📌 Facebook Organic Page impressions May Be Dropping- Isn’t that a great news to end the week? Shouldn’t be as bad as last year when it changed News Feed algorithm, but Facebook is rolling out a change as to how it counts real impressions to better match its ad metrics. “Facebook explained thatContinue reading “Social Media Slice for October 18, 2019: Facebook Organic Page impressions May Be Dropping; Using Site Personalization to Get Your Visitors More Engaged; Keeping Up With Slack Threads”

Social Media Slice for October 8, 2019: Instagram’s Following Tab Disappearing This Week; 11 Reasons Why Newsletters Are Still Vital; How to Take Notes While in Slack Mobile App

MAIN SLICE 📌 Instagram’s Following Tab Disappearing This Week- Not soon enough might be the reaction for users who didn’t like the creepy factor that other users could see who/what you were following. Of course Instagram doesn’t say improving privacy was the reason 🤔. “The Following tab was not removed to improve privacy, or onlineContinue reading “Social Media Slice for October 8, 2019: Instagram’s Following Tab Disappearing This Week; 11 Reasons Why Newsletters Are Still Vital; How to Take Notes While in Slack Mobile App”

Social Media Slice for September 26, 2019: Pinterest Getting Ready for Holidays with New Features; Website Content Personalization Ideas to Use with Social Media Ads; How to Follow Messages in Slack

MAIN SLICE Pinterest Getting Ready for Holidays with New Features- Pinterest is expanding its shoppable post format into paid ads! This will let businesses showcase multiple, buyable items within each Pin. And it’s updating profile format so users can include video as a cover image. “…Shop the Look collections will essentially expand into product catalogs,Continue reading “Social Media Slice for September 26, 2019: Pinterest Getting Ready for Holidays with New Features; Website Content Personalization Ideas to Use with Social Media Ads; How to Follow Messages in Slack”

Social Media Slice for September 25, 2019: SnapChat Getting Back at Facebook; New Instagram Scheduling and Messaging Tools; Updating Your Profile on Slack

MAIN SLICE SnapChat Getting Back at Facebook- Social Media wars are getting hotter as SnapChat has documented alleged anti-competitive moves by Facebook in a collection of files nicknamed ‘Project Voldemort.’ Really. Take that FB for ‘appropriating’ Stories idea. “Whatever Facebook may have done, it may have reason to worry about Project Voldemort. Facebook is believedContinue reading “Social Media Slice for September 25, 2019: SnapChat Getting Back at Facebook; New Instagram Scheduling and Messaging Tools; Updating Your Profile on Slack”

Social Media Slice for May 8, 2019: Google Maps and Restaurants; Slack, Newsletters and Facebook Newsfeed; DM and LinkedIn; Israelis and Social Media

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. MAIN SLICE Google Maps Testing New Way to Showcase Restaurants– Do you have a dining smallContinue reading “Social Media Slice for May 8, 2019: Google Maps and Restaurants; Slack, Newsletters and Facebook Newsfeed; DM and LinkedIn; Israelis and Social Media”

Social Media Slice for November 12, 2018 : YOUTUBE NEGATIVE SURVEY, EMOTION-BASED MARKETING, and SLACK REVIEW

MOTIVATIONAL SLICE Our #MondayMotivation cover comes from a tweet by Icarus Technology @IcarusTechLtd SLICE is a M-F news digest targeted to assist Social Media Managers and Small Business Owners doing their own marketing. MAIN SLICE YOUTUBE SURVEY SAYS, NOT SO GOOD- While only 54% of respondents say YT is important for helping make purchasing decisions,Continue reading “Social Media Slice for November 12, 2018 : YOUTUBE NEGATIVE SURVEY, EMOTION-BASED MARKETING, and SLACK REVIEW”