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Jess Ostroff
Why Reddit made a drastic change to their “popular” homepage and it’s video, video everywhere!
50 Video Marketing Stats to Help You Create a Winning Social Media Strategy in 2017
Video is taking over social media. In our end of 2016 social media survey, 83 percent of marketers said they’d…
5 Ways to Analyze Your Social Media Marketing Performance
Do you want to analyze your social media marketing efforts? Wondering which metrics to focus on? Auditing key social media…
The Latest FB Performance Metrics; How Does Your Brand Compare?
More often than not Facebook plays a significant role in a brand’s social strategy. We did an initial analysis of the decreasing fan reach trend several years ago and thought it was worth revisiting. This post includes an updated look at reach in addition to several other interesting findings compiled by the entire Ignite Social Media analytics team! These numbers can be used as a guide to see how your brand’s Facebook performance compares to industry.

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The State of Video Marketing 2017 [New Data]
It seems like every year is labeled ‘the year of video’ by one expert or another — but 2017 could…
#148: 3 Tips to Fix Your Facebook Ad Targeting
Facebook ad targeting is the trickiest thing! I hear this in my private groups everyday. There are so many targeting…
7 reasons why Facebook will autoplay sound despite complaints
 If you’re freaking out about Facebook starting to autoplay videos with sound by default, at least it won’t pause or…
Reddit’s new ‘popular’ front page excludes Trump-obsessed community
Reddit’s new front page is all about popular posts — but it really depends on how you define “popular.”  On…
Facebook’s new job opening posts poach business from LinkedIn
 LinkedIn has neglected two big opportunities Facebook is now capitalizing on: helping lower-skilled workers and people who aren’t actively looking…