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30 Facebook Timeline Contest Ideas That Drive Likes and Comments - Jeffbullas's Blog

Facebook has updated its promotions guidelines to allow brands to run Facebook contests on their Fan Page Timelines.<p>With these new Facebook promotion …

Internet Users Increasingly Worried About Privacy

Half of Internet users (50%) say they are worried about the amount of personal information about them that is online—a figure that has jumped from …

8 Ways to Use Instagram's API

Instagram has become one of the web's most popular platforms for photo and video sharing. To help users integrate the social network even further …

P&G’s Marc Pritchard: ‘The era of digital marketing is over’

en_GB<p>article<p>DMEXCO: P&G’s global brand building officer Marc Pritchard has called the end of the digital marketing era, saying all digital marketing …

Marketing

Asos sales soar 40%

en_GB<p>article<p>Asos’ commitment to innovation and content marketing is paying dividends after retail sales jumped 40 per cent to £754m in its fiscal …

One in 10 shoppers has bought from a retail website while standing in another retailer's store: study

One in 10 shoppers have bought a product from a retailer’s website while standing in another retailer’s store, a new study shows today.<p>Omnico …

5 Fascinating Brain Tricks Publishers Use To Get You To See Their Ads

Media tracking firm comScore estimates that nearly half of internet display ads are not viewable, meaning that people can't see them either because they are loaded in places that don't show up on their screens or because publishers fraudulently serve layers of ads behind the page shown to the …

Best Route for Going Public? Privately, Say Ad Tech CEOs

Twitter's announcement last week that it had confidentially filed to go public put a spotlight on a practice that has become the status quo, …

Choosing A Network-Specific Social Media Content Strategy — The 10 Reasons It Pays To Focus

They also apply a one-size-fits-all approach. Whether it's in-house or external social media marketing teams, they craft campaigns around a single communication style and a rigid set of formats — and expect them to drive the same results across platforms.<p>Particularly for smaller or niche players — …

Marketing

A “Like” on Facebook is speech protected by the First Amendment – appeals court

Advertisement<p>1 Comment<p>Is liking something on Facebook a form of protected expression akin to putting a bumper sticker on your car? The 4th Circuit …

Definitely 'The Worst Facebook Ad Ever'

Facebook has apologized after photos of a Canadian girl who hanged herself in April were used yesterday in two variations of an ad for a dating site …

Oath

Let’s get started. How can we help?<p>I'm an advertiser<p>I'm a publisher<p>Neither, just browsing<p>What's your goal?<p>Brand awareness<p>Performance and …

Ryanair 'worst' brand for customer service

The magazine asked consumers to rate each company according to its staff’s knowledge, attitude and ability to deal with issues. Ryanair scored two stars (out of a possible five) for each category, producing an overall rating of 54 per cent, comfortably the lowest of all 100 firms – TalkTalk, the …

Customer Service

Online shopping to account for £1 in every £7 spent by 2018

Online shopping is to grow by 50pc over the next five years and will account for one pound in every seven spent by UK consumers in 2018, according to new research.<p>The online retail industry will be worth £50bn in 2018 as the rapid growth in spending through smartphones and tablets continues, retail …

eCommerce

How to compete with the big guys

“Take a seat,” says one of the employees of Sofa.com, after I arrive the firm’s showroom in Chelsea, London.<p>There’s plenty of choice. From wingback …

Selling

Retail sales fell in August but show positive promise

Monthly retail sales fell in August, but still show an improved picture compared to last year, according to figures from the Office of National …