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Dove, Oreo (+Others) Facebook Marketing Tips

|  by Andrea Vahl (Social Media Examiner)

This author takes a look at 10 large and small brands and provides Facebook marketing examples, as well as tips you can use in your own Facebook Marketing.

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2015 Social Trends to Watch

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

Look for increased personalization, more metrics and bigger spends in social media marketing for 2015.

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The New Era of Social Marketing

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

Social networks have figured out creative ways to keep both the consumers and advertisers happy, ushering in a new era of digital marketing.

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Social Spending for the Holidays

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

The holiday season is just around the corner, and research shows marketers will be spending big on advertising in the social media arena, and on Facebook in particular.

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Social Advocates Can Fuel Big Buzz

|  by Patrick Gorman

Savvy brands are leveraging social advocates, or super fans, to spread their messages organically across social platforms, and marketers are learning to leverage them to supplement paid ad campaigns.

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Tips for Killer Social Media Campaigns

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

Running a social media campaign right takes skill and the right timing, whether its a contest, a quiz or an effort to get people to sign up for newsletters, just throwing an offer out on social media networks isn't going to cut it.

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Grande Guide to Social Advertising 2014

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Advertising on social networks? Isn’t that invasive? No! Not when done with a goal of enriching the experience of those inhabiting the various social channels. Imagine helpful, pertinent offers served up just as a topic becomes hot. Or picture links to additional information that appear right when a person begins to ponder something new.


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