We asked experts for their marketing and social media predictions for 2015. Here’s what they had to say.
Increasingly, online shoppers are turning to social media for inspiration and recommendations from peers.
Reddit announces plan for revenue sharing; details remain slim. Facebook blocks a Russian page. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
If your app is unstable, you’re unlikely to get repeat users.
This week, VISIT FLORIDA is hiring a social community manager, while Monroe College needs a social media and public relations manager. GlobeOne is seeking a community manager, and Mistress is looking for a director of social media. Get the scoop on these openings below, and find additional social media jobs on Mediabistro.
Champs Sports, GameStop and Tiffany’s are the top retail brands on social media thanks to their ability to create sharable and engaging content.
Customer service on social media is a tricky business. In 2014, the food industry ruled Instagram and the insurance industry was popular across platforms.
Slate has a great interactive calendar of everything we flipped out about on the Internet this year. You’re welcome.
Reddit announced its plans for sharing its recent funding round with users: redditnotes, which the company plans to distribute via a lottery.
Either companies are realizing the value of paying for user-generated content, or users are realizing the value of the content they create.