Your life is about to get a lot easier if you’re a community manager with more than one Instagram account to manage. This week I stumbled across a web-based tool which allows you to post photos to your Instagram account from your computer.
As social networks evolve, photos remain the most important and engaging pieces of content. The impact of photos on social media continues to rise, and we’ve begun to learn what about photography gets fans to comment, like and share.
After much speculation, Facebook finally announced this week that hashtags are being slowly rolled on Facebook. This is sure to make for a very different experience not only for users, but also for marketers and brands.
Last week Ben Bowes wrote about sources for Free Photos for Community Managers. This week I’m following up with how to tap your community for photos. They may already be doing all the work for you, all you have to do is ask!
Working at Room 214 in the design and digital marketing industry, I’ve always found stock photography to be a necessary evil. For one reason or another, there never seems to be much of a budget for great photography, especially when it comes to community management
Running a small business takes a lot of time and even more hard work. It’s important, however, to understand the importance of actively managing and optimizing your social networks. These 3 simple and free tools provide a great start toward social media success.
YouTube Channels are an often neglected child of the social media industry. They are often used as an enabler for videos to be posted to the more widely used channels like Facebook and Twitter. When you look at the facts, YouTube optimization makes a whole lot of sense.
Recently Facebook launched a huge update to brand pages. They gave everyone a chance to try the new pages, but the mandatory switch-over date has come and past. This has undoubtedly left some page owners wondering what to do with the new changes.