We thought we were using Facebook as a product for connecting and building communities. In reality, the product has always been us.
We're in the midst of a trust crisis, but user-generated content can bring the power back to the people.
Facebook is stressing the importance of publishers focusing on sharing meaningful, informative, accurate and authentic stories that ignite conversations.
I tried out Switcher Studio for three Facebook Live videos. Here's what I learned.
Dear Snapchat, New year, same old you. I've come to the realization that some things will never change, and -- to be honest -- I've been spending a lot more time with someone else recently. It's Instagram.
If every single person reached by this video comprised a U.S. state, that population would surpass New York as the fourth largest state in the U.S.
A simple and easy campaign to ring in the new year.
Good design comes from understanding the rules.
I thought I understood Facebook Reach. To me, it was as simple as this: The number of people who have seen your content. I was wrong.
The only thing that stays the same is everything changes. Especially in social. Here's a rundown of the latest things to know.
CSU was the only collegiate team in the United States to open a new football stadium in 2017. #CSUSocial was right there for the ride.
I was a freshman trying to make a name for myself.
It's not a new idea, but it's incredibly engaging.
You only have less than 8 seconds to capture your audience’s attention. Even if you write a spectacular masterpiece, fans will scroll past if it’s too long.
The numbers are staggering: 5.3M people reached. 1.6M views. 500,000+ engagements. Deconstructing CSU's most popular Facebook post. Ever.
Last month, I wrote about analytics being the bloodstream of a social strategy, indicating the vitality of a brand. After posting Kevin's Walk, our brand burst into life with a pulse as lively as ever, and the post quickly became our most successful piece of content of all time.
Surprising students and professors with puppies might sound like a silly video idea, but it's actually very strategic. Here's why.