“Waiting for perfect is never as smart as making progress.”
I remember when Pinterest was first launched around seven years ago. One of my colleagues said that it would never take off as a social networking site. I have to admit that I agreed at the time, but now realize how wrong we both were. Today, Pinterest is one of the most powerful online marketing platforms in the world and it boasts around 250 million active monthly users.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that Pinterest is guaranteed to drive large amounts of traffic to your website. Many marketers believe they created very high-quality images, but they struggle to get a single click on their images.
Your first inclination is probably to think that Pinterest just isn’t the right website to promote your content. Many marketers heard that it is only good for promoting women’s clothing and jewelry, due to the demographics of the site. This is usually a copout because they could get a steady supply of quality traffic from the image sharing site with a better-optimized strategy.
Over the past year, Facebook Watch has seen some significant success — since the start of 2018, total time spent watching videos in Watch has increased by 14x.
Facebook Watch offers thousands of impressive, high-quality videos for both entertainment and educational purposes. It also provides content you can’t find anywhere else, like Huda Kattan’s behind-the-scenes show Huda Boss, or Bear Grylls’ show, Face The Wild.
So what happens when you stumble across a great Facebook Watch video but don’t have the time to watch it fully, or find the content so useful you want to save the video and use it as a reference tool later? Fortunately, there’s a quick and easy way to download and save Facebook videos on desktop — here, we’ll show you how.
If you have an audience on YouTube, are you doing everything you can to reach them? Inspired by a large-scale study from Justin Briggs, Rand covers the top factors to invest in when it comes to YouTube SEO in this week’s episode of Whiteboard Friday.
How to Create Ads That Move People to Action [Social Media Marketing Podcast]
Want a faster, better way to optimize your ads? Did you know that focusing on customers’ emotions can help?
To explore how to use emotional messaging to move people to action, I interview Talia Wolf.
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