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Twitter Dashboard

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Breanne Sagen 0 1853 Article rating: No rating

Twitter Dashboard is a new app and marketing tool that Twitter has introduced to help businesses. The purpose is to allow you to better understand, engage, and grow your audience on Twitter –exactly what a marketer is looking for. As a social media marketer, I appreciate Twitter continuing to grow tools that help brands improve performance on the platform. It really is targeted towards the management of Twitter business accounts. So, how does it work?

Top 10 Articles in 2016

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Breanne Sagen 0 1367 Article rating: No rating

This month we’re celebrating a few things here.  Here at Sprocket Websites we’re celebrating our 6 year anniversary! We’re also celebrating a great first half of 2016.  To end the first half of 2016, we’d like to take a look back at our most popular articles so far this year.  These are the articles that viewers have read and interacted with the most in the last 6 months.  We love seeing the topics that interest you, so we can give you more of what you’re interested in.  Happy Anniversary!


How to Schedule Your Tweets

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Kate Gingold 0 1546 Article rating: No rating

While the whole point of Twitter is supposed to be real-time communication, sometimes we have to put the smartphone down and get other work done. Scheduling tweets can help you stay top-of-mind with customers when you’re busy elsewhere.

FTC Has Updated Disclosure Guidelines for Social Media Marketers

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Breanne Sagen 0 1775 Article rating: No rating
Well, for the first time since 2010 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has updated its FAQ page for endorsement requirements. For those who are unfamiliar, the FTC is the agency that enforces U.S. truth-in-advertising laws. 90% of you still probably don’t know what I’m talking about since it seems like social media marketers aren’t exactly away that there are certain regulations on posting. Whether you know or not though, there is an agency that enforces these laws and they are becoming more specific when it comes to posting and running contest or promotions on social media. Essentially the FTC’s point stays that any material relationships between brand and endorser on social media must be clearly and conspicuously disclosed and they are diving in further by providing a detailed guideline on social media issues that have come to light in the last few years.

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