A new survey reveals what marketers are getting right—and where they're going wrong on social.
Follows and retweets are crude measures of brand advocacy. A new study reveals what drives true support from users on social media.
Turns out emotional messages on social media are the way to followers' hearts—and wallets.
Tips from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Chief Digital Officer on how marketers can use social to boost their personal brand.
More data, more tools, and more opportunity for marketers in retail. Here's a quick breakdown of eTail's latest report on digital marketing trends.
In business, being weird can pay off—big time.
Turns out throwbacks boost not only nostalgia but consumer spending.
Hootsuite Ads aims to show social marketers that the best posts to promote are the best posts.
One chief marketer breaks down the unique benefits found in only social media metrics.
Navigating the digital landscape isn't as hard as it seems; you just need the right action steps.
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The Midwestern-based bank boosts its brand awareness with a fun strategy—digital games.
Can ads effectively be measured on social media? The metrics mavens of Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter agree it's a work in progress.
The health company is prescribing more than vitamins; it's encouraging a health-conscious lifestyle.
The 100-year-old jewelry retailer uses social to celebrate its centennial and share customer stories.
Were targeting added to the new measurement technology, it could be a game changer, says an agency practitioner.
Its valuation now at $11 billion, the social network is number six on the list of privately held startups.
Is Nordstrom's love for the customer unrequited? Is Apple basking in too much affection? Is there hope for lonely heart Sears after all?
In the digitally mature automotive segment, Nissan emerges as the most socially poised.
Advertisers on the social network will now be able to target by referencing 135 audience categories.
Panelists at Social Media Week provide a simple roadmap on how to use hashtags to bolster a brand.
Its user base is less than 50 million and mostly female, but a new report pegs it as more marketing-friendly than Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Will it be jillions of art and privacy lovers who turn the site into a self-contained bazaar of taste? Or will it be Ello?
A retooled social strategy allows marketers to get in on every stage of customers' moves.
The business network joins Facebook and Twitter in providing advertisers the ability to follow leads with adds across outside publishers.
Valentines apparently want houses instead. As Cupid's big day nears, HGTV is the most loved brand on social media.
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A new study shows that B2B marketers aren't getting the most out of social media's ability to reach, attract, and retain buyers.
Thinking that likes and shares are lukewarm metrics, Hootsuite introduces The Love List. Dove, Friskies, and Kohl's are among this month's most adored.
The social-sourced, GPS-based navigation app aims to help users help each other get to appointments on time.
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SK&A is a leading provider of U.S. healthcare information solutions and databases. As ...