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Your Mileage May Vary: How Often You Should Post to Social Media

Have you ever woken up in a cold sweat in the middle of the night wondering exactly how many posts you should be making to Pinterest to get the most engagement, or why you shouldn’t make more than three tweets per day?

Ok, that may just be another thing that only keeps me up at night, but knowing exactly how many Facebook posts you should make per day is endlessly fascinating (and useful) information to most people who are active on social media.

So, to make all this data digestible and easy to understand, we partnered with our awesome friends over at Buffer to produce an infographic that shows the ideal posting number for all the major social media networks. Check it out below! Continue reading “Your Mileage May Vary: How Often You Should Post to Social Media”

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How We Hire: What It Means to Hire as a Team

This interview originally appeared on Medium.

Meet Rotem Israel, she’s responsible for finding and recruiting all the talented employees at SumAll and has taken the time to talk about it with us at Workable.

SumAll is a NYC startup specializing in data analytics for all the social media platforms used by SMEs. SumAll integrates with 40+ platforms including Shopify, Paypal, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. SumAll’s goal is to allow customers to view all of their data in one simple, easy-to-use, visualization to help them do what they love, better.

Our team is currently 45 people with plans to double in size by middle of next year. I joined SumAll as the Head of Talent two months ago, in order to find the best talent and help the company scale. I have always worked in startups and believe that everyone should work at a startup at some point in their career. It’s challenging but at the same time exciting and satisfying. Continue reading “How We Hire: What It Means to Hire as a Team”

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The Internet Is a Zoo: The Ideal Length of Everything Online

Have you ever woken up in cold sweat in the middle of the night wondering exactly how many characters long a tweet should be to get the most engagement, or how many words long a blog post should be so that it actually gets read?

Ok, that may just be me, but knowing exactly how many characters a Facebook post should be or what the ideal subject line length is should be endlessly fascinating (and useful) information to most people who are active on social media.

So, to make all this data digestible and easy to understand, we partnered with our awesome friends over at Buffer to produce an infographic that shows the optimal length of pretty much everything on the internet. To snag a PDF version of the infographic, download it here. Check it out below!

Continue reading “The Internet Is a Zoo: The Ideal Length of Everything Online”

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SumAll Is Now a Bitly Certified Partner

We’re very happy to announce that SumAll is one of the newest members inducted into the Bitly Certified Partner Program!

For those of you unfamiliar with Bitly, they are the leading link shortening service with nearly half a billion links shortened and eight billion clicks processed per month. And Bitly doesn’t just shorten links – they also measure the ROI of social media to help marketers better understand their audience.  Continue reading “SumAll Is Now a Bitly Certified Partner”

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