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  • B2B companies tend not to believe social strategies will work for them. Instead, they often use social platforms as real-time broadcast channels for announcements or updates. But, done correctly, social can drive B2B lead generation—and conversions.

  • At this point, your company is probably investing time and money into social media, but a key component still missing from most social media marketing efforts is an employee advocacy program. These stats show why that's likely a big shortcoming.

  • Social media marketing is more than just posting stuff and waiting for miracles to happen. Organic social media reach is all but dead. That's the reality we have to deal with. Here's how you can conquer that reality in seven steps.

  • Businesses worldwide are jumping onto technological advancements and changes in marketing. If you're not prioritizing digital marketing, you're merely giving your competitors a chance to get ahead. See just how important digital marketing is for businesses today.

  • Are you struggling to keep up with Facebook's shifting features, priorities, and related marketing opportunities? We'll show you how to focus on the right mix.

  • Only about half of LinkedIn users have a complete profile; yet, those who have a complete, optimized profile are about 40 time more apt to receive a job opportunity via LinkedIn. For all you need to know to create a highly optimized LinkedIn profile, check out this infographic.

  • Brands that understand the value of partnerships with influencers are prioritizing the repurposing of influencer-created content. But extending the life of that content comes at a price, which is something marketers should be mindful of when beginning a partnership. Here are the important things you need to know.

  • Mobile devices have become integral to the summer road trip experience for many people, according to recent research from AdColony.

  • Instagram has over 1 billion active monthly users, 500 million of whom are active daily on the image-based social platform. Users' engagement with brands on Instagram is at least 10 times higher than on any other social platform. Worth paying attention to, right?!

  • Consumers say the main reasons they follow brands on social media are to learn about products/services and to be entertained, according to recent research from Sprout Social.

  • How much are influencers charging brands to post content to social media? How do these rates vary by follower count, social network, and content type?

  • Digital brand communities have grown in popularity, so it makes sense to explore some high-profile examples. A community's landing page is an important building block of an engaged, growing community. It's what draws people in. Draw inspiration from these 10 examples.

  • LinkedIn ad expert AJ Wilcox shares secrets for using Linkedin Ads to generate high-quality leads and nurture them to achieve better sales results.

  • Twitter has 330 million active monthly users. More than 500 million tweets go out each day—roughly 6,000 tweets each second. How can you or your brand possibly stand out in the torrent of tweets?

  • Consumers say Facebook and YouTube are the online platforms with the greatest amount of offensive content, according to a recent report from AdColony.

  • What are the most popular accounts on Pinterest? Which topics and subtopics do these accounts tend to cover? How frequently do they pin content?

  • Sellers—and marketers—are crazy if they don't take advantage of the vast amounts of information about their buyers that's available on social media. And yet, they don't. Those who do... have a great advantage. Here are ways to research buyers on social platforms.

  • Images are key to making your social media posts get noticed. But those images—whether cover photos, profile pics, or visuals in timelines or news feeds—need to be the right display size. The problem? Social platforms often change their guidelines on optimal display sizes. The solution? This infographic.

  • The steady growth in the share of US adults who use social media appears to have plateaued, according to recent research from the Pew Research Center.

  • Social media long ago became the place where people voice their opinions on everything, including your brand and products. Also about company leaders, like your CEO or CMO. Which is why social media monitoring exists. But Google Alerts isn't nearly enough. Instead, here are 10 tools that work well.