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    Instagram’s new video feed: What it means for marketers

    Instagram is making move to become a video-heavy service. Here’s why marketers should start taking advantage right away.

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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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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