Two Facebook Preferred Marketing Developers announced the formation of a strategic partnership, as Brazilian digital agency Riot will use the Swat.io social-media-management system from Austrian software agency Die Socialisten.
Germany edged Argentina to win the soccer portion of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, and according to social marketing and analytics platform Engagor, Kia Motors came from behind to edge Nike in the battle for brand mentions among World Cup sponsors.
Just do it? Nike has when it comes to mentions of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil sponsors on Facebook and Twitter since the start of the tournament June 12, according to data from social marketing and analytics platform Engagor.
With big-name brands like L’Oreal, Groupon, and Pepsi using Facebook for social recruiting, it’s no wonder that small businesses are gaining the confidence to do the same — but it’s not quite as simple as it looks. You know what these big companies have that you don’t? Legal teams.
Nearly one year ago, FenixApps introduced its Social Comments application for Facebook pages, enabling page administrators to comply with the social network’s guidelines on contests. This week, FenixApps rolled out a free mobile version of Social Comments.
A panel at the upcoming Inside Social Apps 2013 conference will examine the impact of real-world incentives to boost Facebook like totals and application installs. How about this for a real-world incentive: a can of Pepsi?
Mass Relevance, a social integration platform that worked with Facebook and CNN on Election Insights, announced Thursday that it has integrated 25 billion pieces of content into visualizations on TV, billboards, stadium displays, websites, mobile applications, and more.
Despite the fact that social media has been a major component of recent editions of the annual South By Southwest gathering in Austin, Texas, social software company Expion found that sponsors of SXSW 2013 did next to nothing to maximize their marketing opportunities on Facebook.
Facebook loves the Harlem Shake, and we don’t just mean the company’s employees. Various renditions of the dance are plentiful both on YouTube and Facebook. Unmetric and the Shorty Awards recently took a look at how the Harlem Shake spread throughout both sites in an infographic, posted on Mashable. While Jeff Gordon’s version rocked YouTube, the dances done by Lego, Beats by Dre, and Nerium Int. were among the most popular on Facebook.