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Social Media Failure

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At Social Media PA, we are constantly monitoring the social media world, here are our top 4 picks for the most recent epic social media fails: 1. A well-known college football analyst Gerry Hamilton was trying to write about a high school football player when he accidentally chucked in a URL for a leading porno […]

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Create an Engaging Brand on Instagram

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Instagram is a platform that has shown an insane amount of growth since launch, despite its popularity, many businesses are still underestimating its marketing potential. Therefore, the capabilities of an Instagram based business model consisting of high levels of engagement and brand awareness are often being overlooked. At SMPA, we believe that achieving Instagram success […]

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Pokémon and Social Media

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Businesses have come together with the community with Pokémon GO. How? By sharing hot tips about where the Pokémon are playing, Pokéstops in the area, or where there are Gyms nearby. If you have a rare Pokémon pop up around your business, or your business is a Pokéstop or gym, let your followers know. This […]

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Converse. The Other kind.

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It’s well into 2016, and more people than ever are using social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook as their primary way of communicating. Social media has revolutionised the way people ‘converse’ on a personal level, and it has profoundly changed the way businesses communicate with customers. Many businesses are missing out on an incredibly powerful marketing tool by forgetting […]

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Followers Prefer Bite-Sized Content

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There’s a reason the whole “Ain’t nobody got time for that!” meme has become part of our modern lexicon. We all have a lot to do (or if we don’t, we like to pretend we do). In the modern economy, time is one of our most precious resources, and we’re reluctant to spend too much […]

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