Welcome back to the Social Media Weekly Update. Nicky Pasquier wrote a terrific post on Instagram that is a must-read. Social Media Examiner’s on how to conduct a contest on Instagram is also an important piece.
Enjoy your weekend!
LinkedIn Unveils its New LinkedIn Pages, with Updated Sharing Options and Improved Management Tools by Andrew Hutchinson: “LinkedIn has announced a revamp of its company Pages, adding in a range of new enhancements focused on making it easier to generate engagement and participate in relevant conversations from your business Page.”
Instagram: How to win followers & increase sales using just visual content by Nicky Pasquier: “Today you’re going to learn how to gain more followers, generate engagement, and increase sales via your Instagram feed in just five simple steps.”
How to Provide Personalized Social Media Experiences for Customers from Buffer: “Social media marketers are always looking to uncover the “next big thing”, and as we head into 2019 personalized social media engagement is becoming the latest must-have strategy for businesses of all sizes.”
The State of Social 2018 Report: Your Guide to Latest Social Media Marketing Research from Buffer: “The way consumers use social media channels is constantly evolving and as marketers and entrepreneurs, we need to adapt to these changes. To better understand these changes, plus what’s ahead for 2018 and beyond we teamed up with Social Media Week to collect data from over 1,700 marketers and create the State of Social Media 2018 report. The report shows us how marketers, from businesses of all sizes, are approaching social media marketing.”
How to Do an Instagram Giveaway: Ideas and Tips from Social Media Examiner: “Wondering how to run an Instagram contest? Looking for Instagram giveaway ideas you can adapt? In this article, you’ll find tips and inspiration to help you plan a successful Instagram competition that supports your marketing goals.”
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