I get sad whenever I see a tweet that sounds more like advertising than the start of a conversation. I whine about uninspired posts that were created to get cheap likes.
I wonder if marketers will ever come around to understanding that social media is about becoming part of the conversation and not interrupt it with buzzkill advertising copy.
Social media is an opportunity for brands to open up and invite us in to see the what they are about. It’s authentic, it’s personal, it’s human.
For my own sanity’s sake, I’m going to blog about brands that get it, and showcase them here on the Crowdbooster blog. Here’s my first post, tell me if you like it.
We made Facebook time recommendations more precise. Instead of suggesting three 3-hour blocks of time, we will now recommend times in 1-hour blocks or in one 3-hour block depending on the amount of data we have to analyze from you. We also added a “new post” button at the top of your Facebook dashboard so you can schedule your posts more easily.
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