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    8 brand new ways to target customers via Facebook Messenger


    Facebook has turned Messenger into an automated marketing Platform. Here are 8 ways to use it to target customers and drive sales.

    Video ads will make Facebook Instant Articles more lucrative for businesses


    With video ad capability, Facebook’s Instant Articles just got more exciting for publishers.

    New WordPress plug-in supports Facebook Instant Articles


    With Facebook Instant Articles opening to the public in April, WordPress has released a plug-in to support it. Here’s what it means for content marketers.

    LinkedIn updates its ad options: 6 ways to make the most of it


    Marketers can now target up to 30,000 contacts on LinkedIn’s ad platform. Here’s how to make the most of your social advertising.

    What you need to know about Facebook’s Instant Articles


    Content creation is going to be easier than ever on Facebook coming this spring. Here are the details on Instant Articles.

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey calms #RIPTwitter worriers: Timeline to remain live


    Rumors spilled that Twitter was revamping its news feed, and #RIPTwitter spread across the network. Here’s what Jack Dorsey’s response could mean.

    1 in 5 small businesses still on the sidelines of social media


    Small businesses can benefit from social media marketing, but 1 in 5 still don’t have a presence on these channels.

    Facebook expands targeted ads to mobile sites like Slate, Time & Answers.com


    Facebook announced they will be expanding their Audience Network to include websites on the mobile web. Here’s how that will affect advertisers.

    Brafton’s Social team reacts to Twitter’s proposed 10k character Tweets


    Here’s how Brafton’s Social Media team is responding to Twitter’s potential new 10,000 character limit… in 140 characters each.