The Only Twitter Chat Guide You Need to Read

The first time you attend a dinner party can be very nerve wrecking. Should I bring anything? Where should I sit? What if I don’t like the food? Is it polite to ask for seconds?

This experience is similar to someone attending your Twitter chat for the first time. Like any other host, you want to make sure that your guests feel prepared, welcomed, and relaxed.

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5 Digital Marketing Basics You Should be Reviewing Constantly with Killer Tools to Help You Out

New digital ad platforms are released every day, new changes and add-ons to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter are created constantly, Google changes its algorithm 500-600 times each year – it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. 

It’s easy to get carried away trying out the newest platforms and ‘hacks’ that you lose track of things that are actually important. So as a modern day marketer, how do we keep on top of all these changes?

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6 Cognitive Biases You Can Use to Boost Social Media Marketing

There are 500 million tweets tweeted, 55 million facebook status updates, and more than 40 million post uploads on Instagram every day. How would you differentiate your company from the crowd and leverage psychology to get overwhelmed readers to focus on you?

Cognitive biases  are simply the irrational behaviors we exhibit even when we believe our decisions are logical.

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A Full 63% of BuzzFeed’s Posts are Clickbait

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Ben Smith from BuzzFeed recently wrote a post titled, “Why BuzzFeed Doesn’t Do Clickbait” and it generated the responses one would expect. Just take a look at the comments on that post.

After all, BuzzFeed is the poster child for clickbait! Well, not according to Ben’s definition you see…

We’re not clickbait. We’re sharebait!

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3 Great Marketing Lessons from Dan Ariely — Understanding the Irrational Customer

Some excerpts from this great interview with Dan Ariely:

What is one of the most surprising findings from your research?

One of them is something we called “coherent arbitrariness.” … If you get somebody to behave in a certain way one time, you’re not just influencing them that once, but you can actually go on to influence a long sequence of decisions.

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