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Social media marketing is a vital tool in boosting exposure, brand engagement and sales, and mastering it is harder than it looks. Discover the best tools, most effective strategies and a whole host of actionable tips with posts from industry experts designed to improve your social strategy.

Listen!Do you hear it?Listen closer.That sound? It’s the sound of your audience telling you what they want.What do they want? Listen closely, and you’ll find out.And when you listen, you suddenly have a plethora of content topics that can help you create expert pieces that your audience really wants to see.How can you really truly listen to your audience? Let’s take a look!
What is at the heart of creating digital experiences that resonate with users and prompt loyalty and advocacy? People.Traditional “advertising is the art of arresting the human intelligence just long enough to get money from it” (Quote from Chuck Blore in Ben Bagdikian’s The Media Monopoly).
Have you tried Periscope yet? The livestreaming platform has begun to take off over the past few months as companies seek the best way to draw in new audiences, and potential customers, to their broadcasts.Periscope allows users to share live video streams that generally aren’t available afterwards for repeated viewing – it’s kind of like the Snapchat of video sharing.
The sheer amount of “essential” social media tools out there is astounding. The lists of social media tools you can’t live without have expanded from 10 to 30 to the hundreds, making my eyes glaze over. How do you know which tools are truly great and which ones are superfluous? I’ve cultivated a few questions I find myself asking over and over when looking into social media tools, and which ones answer the call with gusto.
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The growing popularity of social media has led to the drastic changes in the whole web space. As a result, SEO and SEM specialists are now concerned about whether or not social media somehow impacts search engine optimization.Should we pay attention to companies’ social audiences, activities and engagement on Facebook, Twitter and other popular social networks? At first, this topic may seem a little bit vague.
B2B companies that take the time to blog generate 67% more leads compared to those who don’t. And more than a third of marketers say blogs are the most valuable type of content marketing. Taking the time to develop a content strategy for your company is paramount to creating a consistent, strong online presence across social media channels.
Hello dear SEMrush blog readers! This month we talked a lot about social media: I hope you had a chance to check out our recent Twitter chat guide and participate one of our webinars during Social Media Week.  This information flow is not about to end! Check out this insightful Twitter chat recap about data driven social media. Our special guests Lee Smallwood @leesmallwood, nod3x @nod3x and John Dietrich ‏@John_Dietrich1!
SEO
Last week, we looked at monetizing snapchat, getting the most out of SEMrush and social media, SEO mistakes and more.Did you miss any of this content? Read on!
Everyone enjoys the gratification and confidence they experience when people like, share, engage and endorse their content. Not only does it potentially draw more people to your own site or product, it can also increase the value of your personal brand – and that's especially important on a professional network like LinkedIn.Of all online networks, I'm most active on LinkedIn. A month ago, I was getting around 200 views in the last 90 days.
There comes a time when every business owner realizes they should hire a social media manager. At first, you might think you can do it yourself. And sure, that’s a great way to save money if you have the time and knowledge. But soon, you may start to fall behind because you have a business to run!5 Signs You Need to Hire a Social Media Manager You miss messages.

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