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Eric Krasilnikov
Eric Krasilnikov

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If Edgar sounds like one of the best social media management apps for you, you can give it a go with a free trial. Edgar currently works with Twitter profiles, Facebook profiles, Facebook pages, Facebook groups, LinkedIn profiles, and LinkedIn pages. It may not provide scheduling for as many platforms as Buffer and Hootsuite, but it sure packs a ton of value with its library feature.

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Buffer is one of the most customizable social media marketing platforms, making it ideal for creators, solopreneurs, and small businesses alike. It offers plenty of useful publishing tools for free and the paid plans are set up on a per-channel basis. With Buffer, you can monitor your comments and quickly respond to your audience to boost engagement. It even lets you build customized landing pages to drive conversions from social media.

You should add social media sharing links/buttons to every piece of content you create, including landing pages, web pages, individual blog articles, email content, etc. The Tweet/Share Button, Facebook Like and Share Buttons, and LinkedIn Share Button (and more) that we'll cover in this article all serve as social media sharing buttons.

Use this button to enable site visitors to easily share content (e.g. blog posts, landing pages, other web pages, etc.) with their networks on Twitter, extending the reach of your content to their connections.

Use this button to encourage website visitors to communicate with you via Twitter. Add this button to pages on your site like your 'Contact Us,' 'About Us,' or 'Help' pages. It's great for customer support.

Use this button to helps users connect with you via a private direct Twitter message. This is another great Twitter button to add to your site's 'Contact Us' or 'Customer Service' pages so customers can easily connect with you for problem-solving.

Usually, these tweet links are used on landing pages to promote offers using specific messaging, and within content itself such as in blog posts. Similar to the official Tweet Button, 'Tweet This' links enable marketers to have more control over the message a visitor shares about their content on Twitter.

There may be times when you prefer to use an anchor text share link over a button. These links are easy to create and can be added to web pages, blog articles, landing pages, or within content like ebooks and whitepapers.

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I am trying to find the optimal dimensions for posting a GIF on facebook, NOT the maximum MB size, but what the proportions should be. In other words, should it be square, or landscape? I can find no information about this on the web at all.

The facebook group photo size listed here does not actually work. Even though that is the size listed everywhere, if you create an image that size, it cuts off. I wish someone could post the actual correct size.

Facebook broke something after one of the past android app updates. Links that are not from ads or pages are showing small thumbnails instead of large. They are also badly cropped which has resulted in a steady decrease in traffic. Desktop and mobile web are not affected, not sure about iOS but google analytics stats suggests this is only a problem with the android app.

Pinterest is separating business accounts from personal ones, a move that could be an early step toward making money. googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1449240174198-2'); ); Pinterest Inc. burst onto the tech scene last year, appealing to designers, wedding planners, chefs and anyone else who likes to collect and share images from the Web.The San Francisco company is offering businesses more free tools for their Pinterest content. Companies already use Pinterest to share photos of clothes, recipes or design inspiration.Other social media companies have differentiated between people and institutional users. Facebook introduced pages for users including corporations, schools and sports teams that others could "like" in 2007.Pinterest is privately held and does not disclose revenue. Research firm comScore says the site had 26.7 million unique visitors last month, from 3.3 million in October 2011. Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

1. Join PinterestVisit in a new window) and click Join Pinterest. It will ask you to join by connecting with Facebook or Twitter, but a third option lets you sign up using your email address.

There will likely come a time in your pinning career when you wish every image on the Web—not just images on Pinterest—had a Pin It button. Well they do, sort of. Many sites like PCMag have a Pin It widget on most of their pages to make it easy for you to pin content, but you can also install and use the Pin It bookmarklet in your own browser. (Chrome users can find the extension here(Opens in a new window) and other browser users can grab it from Pinterest's Goodies page(Opens in a new window).) This allows you to pin an image or article from any external site—a picture of a new Editors' Choice smartphone from PCMag, for instance, or a delicious dish from that foodie blog you follow.


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