by Marissa Kasarov
Find out what you’ve missed in the world of social media marketing for the week ending May 8, 2016. These are a few of this week’s top stories, hand-picked by the team at Flair Interactive Services.
Instagram is home to numerous accounts that resemble business profiles. From personal trainers to photographers, the app’s most influential users often use Instagram to promote themselves and their day jobs. This inevitably includes advertisements, promotional content, and sponsored images. Here is how the network plans to adapt.
So, what does that mean for businesses? The partnership between Twitter and Yelp would be mutually beneficial because it would increase engagement for brands on Twitter. Users can access location tags and brands can create posts that leverage those tags so that consumers can get information about a store or restaurant without having to leave Twitter. Learn more, courtesy of Business Insider.
Facebook offers a variety of new buttons and plugins that make it easier than ever for readers to share and engage with your content on Facebook. Here, Social Media Examiner gives us the breakdown.
That’s an increase of about 2 Billion in 2 months. If you’ve been ignoring this beloved mobile app, now is the time to stop. Get in the know, and then incorporate this into your mobile marketing strategy now.
The results of advertising on Pinterest are nothing to sneeze at. What was once a simple platform for crafters and design enthusiasts has taken mobile advertising by storm. Learn how your business can “pin to win” here, courtesy of Marketingland.
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