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How To Create Perfect Posts on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest And Google+ [INFOGRAPHIC]
MediaBistro.com/AllTwitter – by SHEA BENNETT
Is there such a thing as a perfect tweet?
Sure there is. While the content that you post on Twitter will vary depending on your business, paying close attention to how you tweet can dramatically improve your engagement rates. Having a clear call to action, being mindful to use proper punctuation and shortening URLs (with Bitly) are simple steps everyone can take to optimise the quality of their Twitter output, maximising reader interest and significantly improving ROI.
Other social networks will also benefit from a little TLC. For example, on Facebook, a “less is more” approach to status updates on your brand page, teasing the audience so they can’t resist clicking on your link, can pay dividends. On Pinterest, images without faces get repinned more regularly, while tagging relevant users across all social networks is an easy but effective way to get their attention and help spread the word.
This infographic from mycleveragency takes a closer look at how everyone can create perfect posts on social platforms.
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Facebook’s Carolyn Everson Talks Mobile, Hashtags and the Ad Cull
AdAge.com/Digital – by COTTON DELO
Facebook’s VP-global marketing solutions Carolyn Everson is headed back stateside after spending the last half year in London, but first, unsurprisingly, she’ll spend the week in Cannes. It’s a week filled with meetings for Facebook’s sales chief, and she’ll also convene the company’s “client council” of 18 top brand and agency executives on Wednesday morning to give them an inside look at what Facebook has planned and solicit their feedback.
Before leaving for France, she chatted with Ad Age about the growth of Facebook’s mobile ad business, the potential of Instagram, the drift away from social ads as Facebook’s unique value proposition, and the recently announced cull of over half of the social network’s existing ad units.
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