Today’s Editor is…
Malliha Ahmad
Happy Tuesday from #smcurrent!
Is it time to remove Zuckerberg from (his) office?
A colleague, who shall remain nameless (because privacy is not dead), gave a thumbs down to a recent column in…
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How to Use Facebook Ads to Sell Tickets to Your Facebook Event
Do you use Facebook Events to promote your event? Wondering how to use ads with your Facebook event? In this…
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Social Fresh 2018 – Save $200
Winter Park, FL on Dec. 5-7 >> Where social marketers go to get inspired. Speakers include Starbucks, Facebook, Kimpton Hotels, BET, Buffalo Wild Wings, American Cancer Society, 5/3 Bank, Duke University, Sallie Mae, IBM, Darden, Chris Brogan, Brian Fanzo, Ekaterina Walter, and more. Enter promo code SMCURRENT200 at checkout on the right to save $200.

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7 Internet of Things Examples That Are Super Futuristic
By 2020, there will be an estimated 30 billion devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT). While many of…
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How to Build Trust that Outlives Change
Marketing has evolved from a way to get the word out to potential customers into a powerful resource capable of…
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Improving Pages, Events and Jobs to Help Local Businesses Grow
We’re updating Pages and expanding Events and Jobs to make it easier for businesses to connect with customers on Facebook…
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Support for In-House Social Media Teams

At Ignite Social Media, we have developed a line of services specifically designed to provide support for in-house social media teams when and where they need it. Want to continue the conversation? Visit us at https://www.ignitesocialmedia.com/in-house-social-media-support-services/

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Everything You Need to Know About Instagram Engagement, YouTube Launches Vertical Video, 3 Big Reasons Why Influencer Campaigns Fail, and More!
Is your business prepared for the future of social media? The social media industry changes so quickly that it can…
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The Ultimate Guide to Brand Awareness
Have you ever heard people refer to themselves as “Apple people,” “Nike people,” or “Trader Joe’s” people?
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