People tend to interact more with "rich" media than they do with plain text links. So when you share a link on Facebook, Twitter or other social media networks you'll find that those links that contain "media", such as images and video, will get more interactions. Apart from anything else, they'll stick out more on people's news feeds.If you're using Wordpress as your … [Read more...] about Fixing and Debugging Rich Media Sharing on Facebook and Twitter
I was only at Web Summit for one day this year - long boring story, but I was delighted to see this keynote by Gary Vaynerchuk:Via … [Read more...] about Gary Vaynerchuk At Web Summit
I'll be reading Gary Vee's new book over the next few days. I ordered it months ago so I've been looking forward to it .. … [Read more...] about Jabbing
We advertise a bit on Facebook. We don't spend massive amount of money on it, so I was interested to get a survey from them on our experiences with their advertising platform.But what really captured my attention was the simple, yet very effective, choice of wording on the "thank you" screen when I completed the survey:Nicely done Facebook, very nicely done. … [Read more...] about Simple Yet Effective Choice of Words
Corporate Facebook pages and Twitter accounts can be interesting to follow. Some of them share useful information, others keep you up to date on various promotions and news.But some are almost offensive in the way they interact with the publicGuinness Ireland's Facebook page, for example, posted this update before the weekend:Yes, it is a pint of Guinness, or if … [Read more...] about Guinness Think We’re All Dumb?