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Five Social Media Trends You Need to Know

Social media domain continues to move on with new platforms and innovative features. Advancement in social media has created a great growth opportunities for the businesses around the world. Search Engine Watch contributor Aleh Barysevich has shared five social media trends that you need to care for in 2020. Barysevich says, “To identify trends that will dominate social media this year we need to consider all of these internal and external circumstances. And that’s exactly what I did to make up this list of five major trends that will be prominent in 2020. In addition to simply describing... [...]

The Biggest Social Media Trends of 2020 [E-book]

Search Engine Journal team has published a new e-book titled ‘The Biggest Social Media Trends of 2020’. This e-book covers 34 social media marketing experts’ views on the future of social media. SEJ team says, “Download our ebook and find out the top social media trends you need to know in 2020, according to 34 of today’s top marketing professionals. In The Biggest Social Media Trends of 2020, According to 34 Experts, discover how the following trends will impact social media marketing this year: Connection + Community + ExperienceAuthentic InfluencersDiversify... [...]

Trendds: If it’s trendy, it can be profitable #ad

Trends are, by definition, occurrences (hobbies, sports, gadgets, etc.) in society that have a lot of people involved. Where there are a lot of people, there are a lot of potential customers. So, many marketers look for trends and then find a way to sell something (such as an affiliate offer) to this hungry crowd. That process has just become easier with the new SaaS software released this week by Mark Bishop, Venkata Ramana and Prady N called Trendds. This new software allows you to: ► Search for trending content based on a keyword you specify ► Use Related long–tail keywords (displayed... [...]

Report: 91% U.S. social media users have a Facebook account

A recent survey conducted by RBC Capital Markets has revealed that  91% of U.S. social media users have a Facebook account vs. 47% Instagram, 42% Twitter, and 31% Snapchat . In total, 82% of the survey participants are having a social media account. 46% of Facebook users use Messenger on a daily or weekly basis. And 12% of Twitter users use the Explore Tab on a daily or weekly basis. Talking about the status of U.S. social media, RBC team says, “From a stock perspective, we view the U.S. Social Media results as largely affirming our FB long thesis, especially the very strong positioning... [...]

Social in 2018: eight trends that may appear

Social media has seen many ups and downs in the recent times. Most marketers are balancing between Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram. And there are some who are favoring MySpace. The new year is on the verge of coming so it is necessary to keep a watch on the upcoming social media trends. Econsultancy’s Nikki Gilliland has shared eight social media trends for 2018. Gilliland says, “In 2017, Instagram reigned supreme, while sponsored content and ad transparencybecame big brand priorities. So, what’s on the agenda for the year ahead? Here’s what our esteemed experts predict... [...]

5 Social media trends you should know

Social is evolving with mobile and artificial intelligence. With these changes marketers are getting an opportunity to touch upon various facets of the social media and utilize the opportunities that are availed. HubSpot’s Marcus Andrews has published an article focusing major five trends taking place in the social media domain. Andrews says, “There are five major trends that are defining this next wave of social media. 1) New Channels One of Facebook’s most recent hits is Facebook Messenger. It’s one of a handful of new channels, along with Instagram, WhatsApp and Snapchat that’s... [...]