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[Cool Infographic Friday] 7 Steps to getting your Brand’s Instagram Channel off the Ground

Instagram is the baby of social networking at just over four years old. However, it’s user base is absolutely giant! The photo sharing social networking platform boasts 300 million active users per month, including some of the world’s biggest brands (Nike, Redbull, and Oreo, to name a few). So, it seems like everyone uses Instagram, […]

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Why They Don’t Follow You On Instagram

  There is no need to say that Instagram is one of the most popular social platforms today, and that is why many brands try to use it for promotion and interaction with their followers. No, Instagram is not used for link building, finding new clients or customers, etc. There are many other platforms for this purpose. […]

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How To Automate Twitter Without Looking Like an Idiot

SO. MUCH. WASTED. TIME. His need to optimize every last detail of tasks and projects is a little intense. And whenever Efficiency Tyler got the nerve to try to stand up to Perfectionist Tyler, it didn’t end well. So, Efficiency Tyler’s talent went mostly unused in his early years, happy to let Perfectionist Tyler take the lead while he spent his days […]

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Association Social Media: Society for Vascular Ultrasound (SVU)

In this series of interviews of Association Social Media Managers, you’ll be able to compare notes on what all of these fab organizations are doing with their social media management – from how they organize the roles and responsibilities, to how they manage content flow through the organization and out to social, to what campaigns they […]

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From Promoted Pins to Social Profiles on Google: What’s New in Social Media

What’s new in social media will be a monthly recurring post featuring the latest in social media news, penned by the lovely Elizabeth Bookhultz, an expert association social media specialist. Check back at the end of February to stay social savvy by reading about the hottest developments! ——— Mention the month of January and your mental […]

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How to Get the Word Out When You’re on a Budget

A lot of non-profit organizations have a hard time with marketing and branding themselves. Sometimes this is because the idea of creating a dedicated marketing campaign seems too “corporate” or “salesy.” Other times, it is because the shoe-string budget on which these organizations operate just doesn’t have enough room to accommodate a big marketing push. […]

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Association Social Media: International Reading Association

In this series of interviews of Association Social Media Managers, you’ll be able to compare notes on what all of these fab organizations are doing with their social media management – from how they organize the roles and responsibilities, to how they manage content flow through the organization and out to social, to what campaigns they […]

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5 Social Media Tips for Social Good Companies That Will Get Your Message Heard (In Less Than 10 Minutes Per Day)

“I don’t have time for social media.” “I don’t have the money to hire anyone to do our social media marketing.” “Social media? I wouldn’t even know where to start!” Do any of these above statements sound familiar? Well, you aren’t alone. Getting your organization out there on social media can be daunting… but it […]

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Cool Social Tools: EventKloud

This series of posts is for software and app and tech vendors who have new tools they’d like you to know about. Startups are welcome to contact me at maddie[at]socialfish[dot]org to submit guest posts about their platforms. ——— Throwing a successful event is difficult, and of all the aspects involved we’ve found that the biggest […]

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The problem with Facebook

WATCH THIS VIDEO. Science filmmaker Derek Muller: “Facebook is a complex ecosystem of individuals, creators, brands and advertisers, but I don’t think it serves any of these groups particularly well because its top priority is to make money. Now, I don’t think making money is a bad thing, in fact I hope to make some […]

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