Like the Big Four social media platforms, Reddit has its own system for the creation and deployment of advertisements. If you think your content has a home… Continue Reading Reddit 104: Creating Ads For Reddit
Reddit draws in people looking for niche interests and news alike. As a result, it attracts many people with differing opinions, which can be good news for… Continue Reading Reddit 103: Navigating Online Controversy
Reddit has been operating online for over thirteen years—practically ancient, in Internet years. So what? That age means the platform has had a lot of time to… Continue Reading Reddit 102: What Audience Uses Reddit?
Social media has made a curious landscape of the whole Internet. On the Big Four, it’s common to see influencers and the average Joe alike capitalizing on… Continue Reading Reddit 101: Getting to Know The Platform
Facebook purchased Instagram in 2012, so the fact that the two companies are linked is old news. You can share Instagram posts to Facebook, but the two… Continue Reading Now You Can Schedule ‘Gram Posts on Facebook
“May you live in interesting times,” said Robert F. Kennedy in 1966. Perhaps more of a curse than a blessing, these days. We certainly do live in… Continue Reading Is Advertising on Social Media Hurting Your Brand?
You already know the significance of the Big Four social media platforms. However, there are other platforms out there you can use to advertise your business. One… Continue Reading AMA: The Process of Baring Your (Company’s) Soul on Reddit
Social media gives us a currency of engagement. Social “likes,” considered staples of the Big Four social media platforms, represent the value of content —both to marketers… Continue Reading Is Instagram Removing Likes from the Platform?
You can’t buy friends, but you can buy Instagram followers. A simple search will provide you with resources that enable you to significantly bolster your follower count… Continue Reading What Can Fake Followers Cost Your Instagram Campaigns?