Interested in getting more from your YouTube channel?
Have you considered YouTube ads?
YouTube lets you pay to run ads on others’ videos, as well as get paid to let others run their ads on your videos.
In this article, you’ll discover how to use YouTube to boost brand awareness and generate revenue for your business.
Read full article here by Ana Gotter via Social Media Examiner: How to Use YouTube Ads on Your YouTube Channel
Social media offers a huge opportunity for you to reach and connect with people in creative ways.
Social media helps strengthen relationships, and stronger relationships increase the likelihood of someone recommending you to their friends or even making a purchase.
Read full article here via Buffer Social:
8 Powerful Features to Help You Use Buffer to the Fullest
Does your Facebook advertising strategy include video? Should you include video as part of your overall Facebook advertising strategy?
If you find yourself asking these questions, then this blog post is for you. In this post you’ll discover essential tips for killer Facebook video campaigns and how you can improve on your existing strategy.
Lear more here via Social Media Today: 7 Tips for a Killer Facebook Video Advertising Strategy
After launching their re-vamped mobile app in December last year, LinkedIn has seen a major uptick in usage and adoption of the tool – in fact the majority of LinkedIn’s overall traffic now comes via mobile device.
And today, LinkedIn has announced another new set of features for the mobile app, including a new option to help refine and personalize your LinkedIn feed.
Here’s what they’ve announced.
Read Full blog here via Social Media Today:
LinkedIn Adds Tools to Help Personalize Your Feed, Save Links for Later
There’s no shortage of social media apps that make it easy to chat with others. You can send out a quick text message and know that the person on the other side will receive it almost instantly, provided he or she is logged in and paying attention, of course. Most will even let you know once your message has been read.
But do you really want that?
Frankly, this can be an unwelcome feature when you’re on the other end and don’t want the person to know you’ve read their message. Sometimes you just need to ignore someone. In that case, turning off the “seen” notification — known as a read receipt — is easy enough. Here’s how.
Learn here via Digital Trends:
How to turn off the ‘Seen’ function in Facebook Messenger, iMessage, and more
Want to save time by scheduling and reposting your social media posts?
Interested in free tools to help?
In this article, you’ll discover how to use IFTTT and Google Calendar to publish and repeat your social media posts for as long as you want.
Read Here via Social Media Examiner:
How to Automatically Reshare Your Social Media Updates Using Free Tools