Posts Tagged ‘content’

Facebook Makes Changes to Political Ads

Facebook announced plans in April to increase accountability for political content, saying in a statement, “We believe that when you visit a Page or see an ad on Facebook it should be clear who it’s coming from.” As part of this effort, Facebook launched a new ads transparency tool last week designed to prevent political…

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Is Snapchat’s Redesign a Smart Move?

Last week, Snapchat unveiled a redesign in what it hopes will be a successful move to combat stagnant growth and revenue. The new Snapchat design separates social content from media content, so that you see at the top of your feed is most relevant to your interests. In an opinion piece for Axios, Evan Spiegel,…

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Tips for Using Canva for Social Media Graphics

Whether you’re posting on Instagram, Facebook or another social network, your brand needs high-quality visuals to capture your audience’s attention. We’ve talked before about how you can take better photos, starting with the equipment you already have. But what about creating beautiful graphics? A striking graphic can do wonders to boost engagement, drive sales or…

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Social Media Photography Tips for Marketers

  Eye-catching photographs are an essential piece of your social media marketing strategy. Your audience craves quality visual content, and it’s in your brand’s best interests to create it. At the beginning of 2017, HubSpot published a round-up of statistics emphasizing the importance of visual content in marketing. A few highlights:   37% of marketers…

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FTC Cheat Sheet

As sponsored influencer content becomes a more mainstream marketing strategy, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has ramped up enforcement of their rules regarding sponsorship disclosure. We’ve compiled a quick overview of those FTC guidelines so that your marketing remains compliant. While the significant value that sponsored content could bring your brand is attractive and exciting,…

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