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The Twitter Roadmap to Getting More Engagement

It’s foolish to think there’s a one size fits all approach when it comes to gaining a following on Twitter. Businesses are vastly different – what works for one audience has the potential to get a less than warm reception when used for an entirely different audience.

But even though you shouldn’t expect the same approach to work on every single audience, you should still be thinking about simple ways to optimize your tweets to make them more retweetable. Fast Company’s article, Twitter 101: How to Get More Clicks, Retweets, and Reach, provides easy to understand tips on all the ways you can become a better tweeter. Like how just adding a photo will increase the likelihood your tweet will be retweeted by 35%. Below, we compressed and compiled all the Twitter best practices into a single guide for you to refer to whenever you need a jump-start in your engagement rate. Continue reading “The Twitter Roadmap to Getting More Engagement”

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Is Facebook Dead?: The Dos and Don’ts of Facebook Marketing

Facebook is dying. Facebook Ads aren’t effective. Stop me if you’ve heard this before. But is it really true?

Post Planner examined these questions and provided tips on how you can use Facebook to its fullest potential as a business. Below, we rounded up all of their best Facebook marketing tips and compiled them into a single guide that you can refer to whenever you need an extra boost to your Facebook strategy.   Continue reading “Is Facebook Dead?: The Dos and Don’ts of Facebook Marketing”

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The Ideal Image Sizes for (almost) Every Social Network

Social networks are extraordinarily fickle when it comes to image size dimensions. Since there’s no standardized size for images that get posted, an image that looks perfect on Pinterest, for example, will look downright unpleasant on Twitter. Luckily we’ve created this handy infographic that has the exact dimensions – down to the pixel – for all of the major social networks.

This infographic contains the most up-to-date dimensions for images for all the most used social media sites: Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Just save this image to your computer and use it whenever you take the leap and join a new social networking site. Continue reading “The Ideal Image Sizes for (almost) Every Social Network”

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