Staffers at Colorado Media Network pay close attention to the social media news, so you don't have to worry.
Below is a quick roundup of stories, updates and changes posted about social media this week.
Pinterest is your favorite pastime--but when it comes to your business, do you know how to create viral-worthy pins? PR Daily helps break down what to do, how to post and what people look for on the popular social media site.
2. BIG changes to AdWords
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3. Social Media Playing with People's Emotions--and why it matters to your business
This article was by far our favorite from the week in the industry. Social Media World wrote an article about how the online platforms play with people's emotions and how you can use them to your advantage. This sentence alone speaks volumes about this powerful article:
"When you tell somebody something they will sometimes believe you, but if you lead them to conclude something on their own they will ALWAYS believe you."
Read the full article "Playing with People's Emotions" and comment below and let us know what you think about it!
4. Breaking Down Social Media Trends of 2014
OnlineSocialMedia.net published an incredibly helpful mix of facts, research, infographics and trends in the world of social media for 2014. If anything, read the article and we guarantee you'll walk away with more of a grasp and information on social media...at least for some clever watercooler conversations at work on Monday.
This is way, way cool and a great thing to know for your business. Pinterest is introducing a Guided Search tool to their site. They say it's made for exploring (to help you maneuver their 750 million boards and 30 billion pins to be exact).
Learn more about the Pinterest Guided Search now.
It is known in the industry that if you use a good photo for your social media content, your engagement will be better than if you went sans picture.
That's why we loved this quick article from Mashable.com on 10 Best Images to Boost Social Media Engagement.