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[Infographic] Mind Your Manners: Hashtag Etiquette with Gremln

Hashtags have evolved into one of the most social aspects in all of social networking – you can use them to join topic-specific chats, spread brand awareness, or promote a certain brand, product, contest, or initiative with your followers. Hashtags haven’t always been present on social media. The first hashtag was introduced in August 2007 […]

What’s New in Social Media? May 7, 2013

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen lots of changes and new features across the social networks. Here’s a round-up to keep you up to speed:

What’s New in Social Media: March 15, 2013

We know the world of social media and online marketing can be a bit… fast. Slow down for a minute and get caught up on what’s been happening in the world of social.   Google+ unveiled a new profile appearance, featuring larger cover photos (with a standard aspect ratio) and circular profile images. Editing your “About” […]

Exploring Collections: Facebook is testing a big new e-commerce feature for businesses

Facebook has built itself a pretty great set of offerings for businesses that want to use the social network to promote their products and services. Companies can have their own Pages, they can generate social shares, they can encourage engagement through liking, commenting, and tagging, they can purchase Facebook ads, and they can pay a […]

Piquing Your Pinterest — How to use the hottest new social network to market your business

The concept behind Pinterest is pretty simple; see something you like online, tack it to a virtual bulletin board for all your friends to see. The site design is clean, direct, and easy to use. By all accounts, Pinterest is the simplest social network since Twitter. But for such a simple social site (try saying […]