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Recycle: Take a piece of content & repurpose it
Am I the only one who feels like they need another month before business planning for 2018? I went from -15°F/-26°C in Chicago to 50°F/10°C in SF. My body is still mad at me.
Hitting literally close to home this past week has been the Four Barrel sexual assault case and its continuing PR spin disasters. I believe those who came forward and I’m in awe of their strength.
What a way to start 2018.
[BYLINE] An easy trick for creating new content is to take an old piece and recycle it!
A nice roundup of tweaks to the Facebook newsfeed algorithm.
Now includes posts and people you might like in your feed.
Social media has also “given the Deaf community the tools we need to mobilize, to reconnect, and organize,” Commerson said, and perhaps most importantly, it’s changed how the community is perceived by others.
A report on what happens when a brand stands up for social & political issues. “It’s up to brands to strategically pinpoint when social media provides the opportunity to engage relevant audiences on issues they care about, invest in or are specifically affecting their business at the moment.”
20% of salespeople use content to engage prospects and clients. Learn how to bridge the gap and use content to push more prospect through the funnel.
Looking for tools to improve your visual and written content? Discover 18 apps from the Social Media Marketing Podcast’s Discovery of the Week.
New research is causing restaurant and bar owners to rethink noise control in their venues
The #metoo movement has hit coffee.
From the craft beer industry.