Category Archives: Social Media Utilization

Line Your Bench With Star Leaders: Here’s How

Darleen DeRosa — October 9, 2017 Follow @onpoint_llc — October 9, 2017 StockSnap / Pixabay According to Brandon Hall’s State of Leadership Development report, 25% of organizations report that less than 10% of critical leadership positions have ready and willing successors. For leaders in Human Resources, finding the right individuals to fill leadership positions is … Continue reading Line Your Bench With Star Leaders: Here’s How

Sliding Doors: Your Customer’s Journey [Infographic]

Roxanne Abercrombie — September 27, 2017 Follow @parkersoftware — September 27, 2017 Despite the elegant technology companies have at their fingertips, the customer journeys they offer are often far from slick. The common complaints of today are the common complaints of a decade ago: waiting on hold, being transferred around, a lack of knowledge, a … Continue reading Sliding Doors: Your Customer’s Journey [Infographic]

Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and LinkedIn Updates You Need to Know

Darnelle O’Brien — September 26, 2017 Follow @thekissagency — September 26, 2017 2017 has seen a stack of exciting updates from all the major social media platforms. Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn, YouTube and Google have been responsive to evolving needs and quick to provide innovative solutions to improve user experience. With social media evolving rapidly, … Continue reading Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and LinkedIn Updates You Need to Know

Social media ad fatigue: How to combat it without spending all day making new creatives

Ad fatigue is a problem we’re all too familiar with, so how can you avoid it? Contributor Laura Collins shares key techniques to refresh your creative efficiently and effectively. Laura Collins on September 22, 2017   Every time we step outside our front door, switch on the television or look at our phones, we’re bombarded … Continue reading Social media ad fatigue: How to combat it without spending all day making new creatives