Bots are growing pretty fast, big social networks are racing to offer brands a way to provide better customer service using these bots, last year Facebook introduced their messenger bot and a month ago Twitter introduced their Direct Message bot. And since I recently linked my Twitter account to a bot, I decided to write why brands would need a bot.
I guess after Instagram replicating Snapchat’s stories, it’s now clear that it doesn’t matter if you copy a feature as long as it’s making you win!
Did you notice a decrease in your Facebook page likes total count?
Its probably because of Facebook’s new Like count update. Facebook will remove any inactive users from your page in effort of making page likes more meaningful. Claiming that this will help business have clear data of their followers gives businesses up-to-date insights on the people who actively follow their Page.
This article is meant to show how to use Twitter cards that are already have “Call-to-Action” buttons to work and show nicely on Facebook with “Call-to-Action” buttons as well. (ex: “Learn More” button)
The Call-to-action buttons can only be created via Facebook’s Power Editor for Pages which is listed inside the Ads Manager, you don’t really have to be an advertiser to use it though.
Before we go any further, if you’re asking yourself what is the benefit of using Call-To-Action buttons? CtAs always return better results, and more engagement, if that isn’t enough for you then you can ignore then article
The last few years have been some of the most socially interactive in human history thanks to innovative technologies that have laid the ground work for social media to explode throughout the Internet, on our phones, tablets, laptops, and even our glasses.
Social media is everywhere. By now, we’re all very familiar about what Twitter is. Kids are probably growing up thinking a tweet is a 140 character text, not a sound birds make. Babies swipe through magazines instead of turn pages. We consume media in a very different way.
So you’d think we all generally understand why we make both a Twitter account and a Facebook account, or a YouTube account and a Vimeo account, instead of just one.
Foobar2000 users have always been looking for a way to post their current track / song to facebook (foobar facebook now playing). well, with the helpof couple of apps you will finally be able to auto post foobar20000 track to Facebook
1st you will need to downloadand install foobar2000
2- create an account on Last.fm