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The Friday Five for July 17th, 2015

Social Media Marketing, Social Media Strategy

Following is this week’s Friday Five! – a quick rundown of our favorite social media content that gained traction online over the course of the week. The articles herein are identified using the Tracx social business management platform. They cover everything from social media industry-related content, to unique projects that we feel utilized social data in a powerful way, to pieces that simply piqued our interest or made us think about a given topic differently.

So, without further ado, we bring you the Friday Five!

SEVEN SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY MISTAKES BRANDS STILL MAKE

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Many brands are still making silly mistakes in their approach to social media, which can damage their reputation and waste their marketing resources. It’s time to tackle some of the business and planning mistakes that happen before a single tweet is tweeted or post is added on Facebook. Here are seven key mistakes businesses should avoid.

5 TRICKS TO MAKE HIGHLY SHARABLE SOCIAL MEDIA GRAPHICS

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Sharing your images on social media channels can help increase your traffic. Marketing through social media may not be rocket science. However, you still need to learn the large science element of social media graphics.

FOLLOWING CONSUMER PATHWAYS THROUGH A MULTIMEDIA WORLD

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Marketers need to take a multi-layered approach to content distribution to drive mobile, personalised, and interactive engagement across the media that customers use every day.

3 WAYS TO UTILIZE FACEBOOK’S “HOT TOPICS” DATA REPORTS

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Have you heard of Facebook’s “Hot Topics” reports? In December last year, Facebook introduced a new monthly report via their Facebook IQ blog called “Hot Topics”. “Hot Topics” is just as it sounds, a listing of all the most discussed topics across the Facebook eco-system for the previous month.

8 BIG SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING MISTAKES BUSINESSES MAKE (AND HOW TO AVOID THEM)

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First impressions are quick, powerful, and enduring — it’s very important to do everything you can to make a good one. Changing a first impression is doable, but it’s best to avoid making social media marketing mistakes in the first place.

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