THE SOCIAL GINGER BLOG
With retailers bringing out holiday decorations and ads in late summer, it kind of feels like we’ve been in the “holiday season” for a while now. Even earlier this summer, searches related to Christmas were already a huge deal on Pinterest. As the holiday season...
While some of your thoughts on social media will last forever, there’s a new theme building steam with disappearing posts.
Taking control of your digital footprint is one the best strategies to getting new customers.
Social Media in the News: Facebook Users Decline; Instagram Expands Livestreams; LinkedIn Helps With Career Changes
From the election to debates about putting up Christmas trees now, there’s a lot more going on “behind the scenes” across all your favorite platforms!
With more than 1 billion hours of video consumed on YouTube and 4 billion views on Facebook EVERY DAY, you can quickly see why your marketing strategy for the rest of this year and in 2021 must include video.
Social Media in the News: Snapchat Booms, A Makeover for Messenger; Instagram Cracks Down on Influencers
With the 2020 election right around the corner, we’re going to do our best to stay away from anything related to politics this week! You can, though, read all about how social media channels are handing things HERE. When it comes to social media and non-election...
As Election Day 2020 approaches, social media platforms are making numerous changes that will impact how you use the platforms as well as what you will (and will not) see in your news feeds. Here’s a look what’s happening: Facebook Launches Election Center, Set...
Social Media in the News: Instagram Turns 10; Facebook Focuses on Mental Health; Pinterest Stock Soars
After so many changes to social media platforms this year, dare we say that things have “calmed” down a bit so far in October?
These tips and FAQs will make it easier for you to navigate through and better understand why social media graphics are so important.
It’s been a wild ride in 2020 all across social media, including these things in the past couple of weeks.
COVID-19 has changed the world forever, including the social media landscape in a variety of ways.
As summer comes to a close, change is in the air all across social media! Here’s what we’ve uncovered for you in the past couple of week’s for Social Media In The News.
Did you know that Facebook shows business page posts to only about 1-2% of people who like those pages? That means that a page that has 1,000 fans, only about 20 people may actually see the post.
From the serious to the weird to some things in between, here’s a look at some things happening across social media this month: TikTok’s Future Remains in Limbo There’s still a lot happening with TikTok with something new nearly every day. Here are a few things that...
There are 500 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute with about 1 billion hours of video consumed every day on the platform.
After a bit of a “summer break,” Social Media in the News is back! And in the past few weeks, there has been a LOT happening, both serious and some things not-so serious: TikTok's Future in Doubt Will it be banned in the U.S.? Will Microsoft buy it? How...
There is no question that LinkedIn has become a social media powerhouse. There are now more than 575 million registered users, with that number continuing to grow. But how are your LinkedIn Page Followers looking? If you’re feeling stuck, there are several easy steps...
There’s SO MUCH happening across social media. This week we’ve gathered the top highlights – some serious, some funny and a few things in between.
There are now more than 575 million registered users seeking new connections, finding jobs and growing their businesses on LinkedIn.
It’s OK to go ahead and admit it: social media is adding stress to your life.