There are now over 2.7 billion active accounts on social media, which makes up 74% of all internet users. With stats like these, it’s clear that social media has come to dominate the online space. If you don’t create a social media presence for your blog, you’re confining yourself to a corner of the internet rather than participating in the larger conversation around you.
What’s the social media etiquette for personal updates on professional profiles? This post delves into the dos and don’ts to be successful on social media.
What makes social media users share and like your posts? Today we find out! Discover how to write compelling social media posts based on language and psychology sciences.
Several social media industry players have tapped into the big data and found some interesting patterns about human behavior. One of the highlights of these studies is finding when to post on social media in order to gain the most reach. We’re presenting all this data in everyone’s favorite form, as an infographic.
Trying to figure out how often to post on social media? It’s an important question to ask because when it comes to the social space, more is not always better. I dug into the data to find the optimal posting frequency for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram + more!
You put real effort into creating awesome content for your social media accounts. So when you send that content out into the world, you naturally want to get it in front of as many eyeballs as possible. And to do that, you need to find the best times to post on social media, right?
If you’re reading this, you’re clearly thinking about what makes good social customer service – and that’s great. In this post, we’re going to argue you should aim for one thing: happy customers and happy potential customers. We’ll look at the conventional takes on social media customer service and see how these can be adapted and improved in order to deliver vastly happier customers.
How much should you automate social media posting? Do you even need any involvement? As automation takes a hold over greater and greater parts of our lives, being able to answer this properly can hold the difference between a successful and a distinctly unsuccessful social media strategy.
Want to add social proof to your website? Social media is one of the best ways to do just that…But only if you do it right. Learn how in this post! We have tips, data, and ideas on how to improve your social proof.
We’ve prepared a HUGE list of the 100 best and most popular, top social media blogs on the web. If you need top social media advice, you’ll find it here.
At this point, you’re probably aware of the importance of including images in your social media posts. You know that images in Tweets can boost engagement by up to 313%, and that it’s no different on Facebook either, where posts with images get 130% more engagement. But now the question probably becomes, “How can I create those images quickly AND affordably?”
Images are like hyperdrive for shareability on social media. That is expected with obviously visual networks like Instagram and Pinterest. However, even on Facebook and Twitter, posts with images get shared more often. If you want to harness that shareability, one of the easiest types of images you can incorporate today are quote images.
Pinterest doesn’t function the same as other networks. To maximize your pins, you need to optimize Pinterest images according to these data-backed tips.
This is PART 2 of our list of 30+ best social media plugins for WordPress. Today, we cover entries 11-31.