With temperatures warming up and summer right around the corner, it’s time for little league games, pick up soccer matches, and getting in shape for upcoming vacations. But before we jump into these activities, we need the proper athletic equipment, shoes, and clothes. Right? We decided to see who the sports retail advocates are at this time of year, and how we can find them online. Continue reading
This week we learned about UConn men and women’s basketball national titles, an online security flaw, more updates about the Malaysian Airlines plane, and sadly, Mickey Rooney’s death. We did see other popular stories sharing across the web. Here’s what trended this week.
Millennials grew up on the Internet, are use social networks to post their interests and opinions, as well as spreading and ingesting information. Because of their high engagement rates with online content, we can paint a picture about the brands millennials like, where they engage with them, and the content that makes them engage. Continue reading
As the world of online marketing and advertising sinks the traditional form of television, print, and radio advertising, there’s also been a shift on the web that goes more in line with its “old school” counterparts. And that is content engagement advertising.
This week was action-packed and the news was flooded with stories about the Final Four, baseball’s Opening Day, and Obamacare enrollment. Let’s see what content we saw shared the most on our network in the U.S. this week.
It’s the age-old social media and content marketing question: when’s the best time to post on social media?
March Madness is in full swing, taking most everyone’s attention, as well as the Washington landslide, Chicago train crash, and Boston fire. But the top shares this week weren’t about those stories. Let’s see what you (the web) were sharing this week.
Post updated: May 8, 2018
It’s the little stuff that makes a big difference! Here are a few simple things that you can do (now) to increase sharing on your site.
Over three years ago, Brian Haferkamp started a photography blog with just one photo.
You’re ready to make your site social this year, and you just created your AddThis account. (YAY!) But now you’re trying to figure out where to put those share buttons and which buttons to add. There’s so much to choose from, and you don’t have time to figure it all out. We want to help. Here are 8 tips that’ll help you get the most out of your AddThis tools.