In recent years, reports of compromised Twitter accounts have been piling up. If your Twitter account has been hacked, recovering the account is often not that difficult to do. In our article, we explain how you can tell whether your account has been hacked and what the next steps should be if this is unfortunately the case.Twitter account hacked - what to do?
The beginning of all social media efforts: running a critical inventory on your company or business. How well known is my brand within the biggest social networks? In what context do mentions of my products or services arise? On which platforms do these discussions occur? Social media monitoring (SMM) can deliver valuable information on this front. Different tools can assist you in keeping track...Why there’s no way around social media monitoring
Twitter is famous - and infamous - for its debate culture. On the platform, you’ll often find never-ending arguments or detailed stories despite the strict character limit. With Twitter Spaces, this should be able to happen a lot more easily and with fewer misunderstandings. Using your microphone and with an audience there, you can talk at length. What exactly can Twitter Spaces do?Twitter Spaces
When participating in discussions online, you should be sure to follow the netiquette of the group you’re interacting in. If you violate these rules of politeness, you’ll not only make a bad impression but might even have your post deleted or be banned from the group. But since netiquette is pretty much universal, you can easily avoid landing in these sticky situations.Netiquette: What you need to know for discussions online
What does lol mean? Anyone who regularly spends time online has surely encountered the expression before. The Internet is home to numerous expressions that might appear cryptic to the uninitiated. Luckily, it’s pretty easy to catch on quickly. Keep reading to find out what lol stands for, how to use it, and what other online abbreviations you should be aware of.What does lol mean? Internet abbreviations and acronyms
Fans, followers and likes – these are the currency of social media. But building an active and loyal following on Facebook, Instagram, etc. isn’t always easy - huge competition means it can be hard to attract people to your page. For that reason, buying followers and likes can seem an enticing option. Unfortunately it’s one which rarely proves to be the key to long-term success.Buying followers: is it worth the investment?
Hashtag marketing has become an important part of social media marketing. Companies use hashtags across their social networks to increase the reach of their posts and encourage interaction from users. In this article, you’ll find examples of well-executed hashtag campaigns on Instagram, Facebook, and more. We also provide a number of tips on how to successfully implement hashtags into your...Hashtag marketing: increase reach and interaction on social media
Texts, images and videos are all online content, and this content is often used by brands and companies for marketing purposes when created by independent consumers. User generated content is an inexpensive and effective way to increase awareness and customer loyalty. In the following article you will learn all about consumer generated content and what advantages this content format has.User Generated Content
Practically every successful company has a Twitter account, and for good reason: the service is instant and interactive, making it a great way to keep your finger on the pulse. The social media platform can monitor trends and developments in real time, which can be both a brilliant opportunity and a monumental challenge for building a strong marketing campaign. So how does Twitter work, and what’s...What is Twitter? Introduction: Twitter for business – Part 1