Many nonprofits, such as Operation Smile, the World Wildlife Fund and the Central Park Conservancy, are doing Twitter so well they're outperforming their business brethren.
Branding. Marketing. Selling. There are countless reasons why you would use social media for business. And if you’re a nonprofit organization, one of those reasons is fundraising.
Facebook has rolled out video calling on its Messenger app to more countries around the world, following the introduction of the feature in 18 countries last month.
“We’re happy to share we’ve now rolled out the capability globally, with the exception of a few countries we’re still working on improving quality for,” David Marcus, vice president of messaging products, announced in a Facebook post today. “So make sure you get the latest and greatest version for iOS and Android, give it a try, and as always… tell us how we can make it even better for you!”
An integral part of your business success is reaching customers through inventive and comprehensive social-media marketing campaigns.
Here are some tips to help build up your following and your brand.
1. Make your tweets stand out.
Advertisers are going to have a lot more to work with on Pinterest starting today.
The company is rolling out several new tools and pricing options for advertisers today. Perhaps the biggest of them is Pinterest’s take on a new video-like Promoted Pin — but, not in the way you might expect.
Earlier today, Facebook announced details of its latest attempt to woo publishers — Instant Articles that push content directly into Facebook’s mobile app, designed to let articles load much faster. The first of these is now live on Facebook, so if you’re following The New York Times, you’ll no doubt see this article appear in your feed at some point.
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