Recently I received a message from Google, telling me that starting in October all visitors to SundinInc.com using Chrome would be informed that our site was not secure. And it was not going to be a subtle warning.
Under pressure to limit the fake news (and stop ticking off users), Facebook has "removed the ability for any Page to edit how a link appears. By removing the ability to alter link metadata (i.e. headline, description, image) from all link sharing entry points on Facebook, we are eliminating a channel that has been abused...
Automated email messages and 404 pages are just the beginning of the day-to-day communications generated by most financial institutions and businesses – so next time you are looking at your ATM receipts, statements, email signature, business cards and other customer communications, consider how to do more to optimize the opportunity.
Opening a package of tile samples from TileBar.com, I found something extra. . . a snack size pack of Mike & Ike. What does sour candy have to do with backsplash tile? Absolutely nothing – except that it caught me by surprise, injected a bit of joy and made a big impression.
By taking our time, thinking creatively, and utilizing almost all of our available channels, we were able to stretch this one piece of content out for several weeks, ensuring the maximum number of customers, partners and members of the cycling community had an opportunity to read the story.
I have come to the conclusion that curated content is the social media equivalent of some energy bars – it will fill you up, but will do very little to help you in the long-term. Which is why, for the most part, I am done with curated content.
A market for pre-written (or canned) content has been created, with businesses subscribing to receive access to a library of content that can be shared on social media. We looked at how organizations can use canned content to best support marketing and business strategies.