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From boosting your YouTube views to uncovering the most-Tweeted programs and learning from the viral Old Spice ad campaign, here is a quick round-up of the best marketing, advertising and small business related content you may have missed this week:
So, you've created a great video for your brand. But how do you attract more viewers? This quick read from Social Media Examiner sums up YouTube best practices in three easy steps.
Every brand wants to stand out (hopefully, in a good way). This marketing podcast with Bernadette Jiwa sheds some light on how to build a large and loyal following through content.
Having your business's campaign "go viral" is probably a thought that has crossed your mind once (or twice... or every day). What makes a marketing campaign truly successful? What lessons are there to be learned from other brands who achieve this feat? Learn more here.
Most Americans have become what we consider "connected consumers." This means that while watching television, audiences are simultaneously using mobile devices, computers and tablets as, as Nielsen puts it, "natural extensions of the programming we watch." This Hubspot post takes a deeper dive into how to prepare your website for potential traffic influx sparked by your TV ads.
Sports, award shows, The Walking Dead - all among the top-Tweeted programs, according to this Nielsen data. This information can help you decide what programming is best for your business's campaigns. And don't forget to join the #online conversation!
Bonus: Check out a quick list of the top rated and socially-discussed programs here (updated weekly!).
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As a marketing specialist, Sara helps to execute social media and overarching content strategies. Sara has a background in public relations and has previously shared her B2C insights on the Southern Weddings Magazine blog.More Content by Sara Velordi