How and when is it best to engage people on Facebook? According to the “Q1 Social Intelligence Report,” released this month by Adobe, images and videos are the most engaging types of Facebook posts that brands can share, and it’s best to share them on Friday. Video posts have actually become more engaging, up from… Continue reading Best to Engage People on Facebook with Video and Images, on Fridays [STATS]
Ever wonder which companies employees want to work for most? Now you can find out thanks to a LinkedIn study on which companies are in the most demand across North America. By analyzing more than 10 billion data points between members and companies and comparing that information with thousands of member surveys, LinkedIn could determine… Continue reading The 50 Most Sought After North American Corporate Employers of 2014 From LinkedIn
In the 2014 professional content consumption report, LinkedIn recently claimed that people on the network are sharing and consuming content at a dramatically increasing rate. Why’s that? Marketing Charts analyzed the data from this report, which was based on a survey of 2,701 active US LinkedIn members. The findings showed that people on LinkedIn engage… Continue reading Why Are LinkedIn Professionals Sharing and Consuming Content? [CHART]
Nowadays it’s hard to tell if search engine optimization is more of a science or blind luck. Things that used to work like keyword stuffing and link buying don’t anymore, whereas now it seems like all an SEO can really do is beg the Google Gods for first page light. What does the life of… Continue reading Six Search Engine Optimization Jokes for SEOs
DashBurst is a content creator network looking for a business savvy and passionate journalist to add to our team to line and copyedit and write articles on social media, marketing, tech, art and design. This person will also be responsible for crafting our voice and managing our overall content strategy, style, tone, team of writers, contacts… Continue reading Are You Looking for a Full-Time Writing and Editing Job?
Automatically posting your Spotify and iTunes listening history to Facebook used to be cool (maybe?), but by now it’s grown kind of (really) annoying. And apparently Facebook’s caught on. The company now recommends that developers turn off automatic posting and replace such posts with more purposeful, manual posting options. The network has also launched a… Continue reading Facebook Now Discourages Apps from Automatically Posting Status Updates
Despite Twitter’s significant drops in stock prices and an underwhelming initial acquisition of users this year, there may be hope for the social network still. In the current global forecast for Twitter, numbers show that its Asian audience will increase by nearly 25% this year, and that by 2018 more than 40% of Twitter users… Continue reading Good News for Twitter: User Base Expected to Rise By 25% from Surge in Asia [REPORT]
Recently we showed you minimalist, literal illustrations of iconic band names. Now what if the people who designed the marketing materials for movies took the same approach? Meet Danish Ahmed, a graphic designer out of Mumbai, India, who found himself musing on this very question while catching a flick and decided to have some fun… Continue reading 17 Funny Movie Posters that are Literal Representations of the Titles