“Truly wonderful the mind of a child is.”
Putting your trust as a marketer or brand in 3rd-party social media tools to manage all of your posts can be a bit scary.
You might be wondering:
Are my posts getting optimal reach and engagement?Do social media platforms penalize 3rd-party tools?Are 3rd-party tools really worth the cost?
These are some of the most common questions our Customer Advocates receive on a daily basis. And up until this research, we haven’t had any concrete data to say “yes” or “no” to whether or not 3rd-party tools affect the reach and engagement of posts.
We’re hoping to change that.
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The next disruptive technology phase is already upon here and it includes a technology designed to emulate human conversation – chatbots programmed with artificial intelligence. It will have implications for nonprofits way beyond simply setting up a Facebook Messenger bot for your nonprofit’s Facebook Brand Page.
Millions of Americans admit to making New Year’s resolutions. Most of us can stick it out a few weeks, but fewer than half are still going after six months. Less than 10 percent are ultimately successful. In this episode, we’re going to explore five reasons resolutions commonly fail—and what you can do to finally gain ground in the upcoming year.
Heard in the Facebook Group
QUESTION: Any thoughts on private schools having a separate Facebook, Instagram, website and Twitter pages for athletics? I know having separate pages takes people away from your sites, but wondering what is the norm in the private school world.
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