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Instagram officially launched in 2010 and had one million users just two months after its launch. Currently, the social network has 500 million users and keeps on growing. (To put that growth into perspective, Twitter, which launched in 2006, only has around 320 million users).
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Yesterday I came across an interesting article called “Email Showdown: Starbucks vs. Dunkin’ Donuts.” The article’s author, McKenzie Van Meter, signed up for promotional emails from both coffee companies and compared their effectiveness.
In today's fast-paced digital world, consumers are inundated constantly with marketing messages vying for their attention. As a result, your job is much more challenging. Reaching the right person with the right message at the right time is no easy task.
Last week Facebook launched “Reactions,” an extension of the existing “Like” button. Reactions, which include “Like,” “Love,” “Haha,” “Wow,” “Sad” and “Angry” – allow a user to quickly respond to a Facebook post with a wide variety of options. For instance, instead of "Liking" a sad status update, now users can respond with a sentiment that feels a little more appropriate.
Blogs can be a powerful part of your content strategy. That is, if people actually read them. So how do you capture your readers’ attention in the first place?
When it comes to search engine optimization, Bing and Yahoo are often left out of the conversation. Why? Well, Google dominates the industry so heavily that it’s nearly synonymous with the term “SEO” itself.