Snapchat is quickly becoming one of the most popular social media apps and networks due in part to its “decaying media” feature. For the newbie snappers, pictures you send to your friends or post online only stay there for 24 hours (or right after your friends have viewed them) and then they are gone forever (unless you decide to save them on your own.)
One of our favorite type of projects to produce at Lehigh Valley with Love Media are fun viral videos.
Let’s face it, attention spans are changing and 30 seconds to 5 or 6 minutes is about all you can expect from your regular consumer, especially those on mobile.
A comprehensive, planned, and slick social and digital media campaign for your business doesn’t have to cost a million bucks to look like a million bucks.
By focusing on reusable content that maximizes reach to your selected demographic, you can spend a lot less than you think to come off looking very professional.
Of course, we’re not going to give you every single trick we have in our bag. But, we can give you some ideas to start thinking about. If you’d like to take the plunge to the next level, be sure to contact Lehigh Valley with Love Media to get started.
The mobile OS camps are pretty fervent. There are entire communities, websites, even cultures, set up around what OS you use.
Android or iOS?
There are jokes for both. There is hate for each. There is a clear divide that’s palpable on Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, Path (JK who uses path?)
Okay, I still use Path.
Facebook wants to keep you using Facebook as much as possible. One way for them to keep their users spending time logged into their app is to make it as fun and customizable as possible.
A recent update announced by Facebook will allow for 7 second looping profile pictures, temporary profile pictures, a short bio, and a feature to pin featured photos to the top of a profile.
Learn a bit about emerging social media platforms, including Periscope, Snapchat, and Instagram video.
Whenever Facebook launches a new newsfeed feature, brands with Facebook pages generally clump into two camps:
- They complain that it’s going to limit how many of their followers see their updates or
- They start smothering their users with how to implement said feature so that their pages’ posts reach more of their followers.
Did you know that Twitter has limits on how many accounts you can follow until you start hitting some speed bumps?
Way back in the archaic social media age of 2012 (crazy how quick everything changes, isn’t it) businesses and organizations were transfixed on how many Twitter followers they had lost or gained in a given month.
All companies and organizations want their social media accounts to return some sort of investment, right?
They want their Facebook posts, tweets, instagrams, and snapchats to result in something tangible.