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Stop Telling People to Be Engaging on Social Media

Stop Telling People to Be Engaging on Social Media

Have you noticed how bad I am at keeping up my blog? I can write in short form till the cows come home, but if you want long form…okay, yes I do that too, and do it well, but I get busy. At least that’s the excuse I’ve given my newly hired assistant. I don’t think she believes me.

So I’m jumping off 2018 by hopping up on my soapbox about something that has bugged the ish out of me ever since I got into social media marketing (back when the dinosaurs were only using an iPhone 1), and that’s this concept of posting engaging content.

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So When SHOULD You Post To Social?

So When SHOULD You Post To Social?

There’s so much information out there about what works and what doesn’t on social. When should you post. Where should you post. What should you post… It all matters and there’s probably a thousand different answers to that. So let’s start with the basics. Check out the below stats from SOCi on social demos and the best times and places to post. Check it out!

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Tumblr’s Advertising Problem

Recently,  Tumblr had gone into overdrive when it came to testing out various forms of advertising. Their most recent endeavor looked a little something like this (imagine a random ad in the middle of it):

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There was nothing user-friendly about the ad. While these were running, I came across a blog post that touched right on this issue, and I ended up addressing it, both as a tumblr user and as a social media expert. I thought I’d share that little exchange with you. Take a look!

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Posted by Stephanie Cole in Advertising, Tumblr, 0 comments