RVLLR Best of Web Series 4
New week , we are at it again. A lot of things have been going on recently in my life. Between finalizing the website for the accessories line launching soon and reaching consumers often on social media for customer service related questions. All these tasks can turn you into a serious workaholic especially if you have deadline to these projects. One thing for sure, is that brands are finally beginning to reckon that dedicating resources to reaching consumers on social media- be it Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or another platform du jour – is not only beneficial, but necessary.
RVLLR Mots du Jour
“Each app has a feeling, just like every movie you go to has a feeling.” — Tinder co-founder Jonathan Badeen
Facebook’s Autoplay feature means videos are more eye-catching than a regular post. Plus, Facebook videos seem to get more organic reach in the news feed.
In this article I’ll share eight ideas to get more engagement and drive more traffic with your Facebook videos.
Twitter is studying the effect of second-screening by hooking test groups to brain monitors, eye-tracking goggles, sweat sensors and other gadgetry. “It’s not scary — we’re not testing them, we’re testing Twitter,” Twitter’s Jeffrey Graham says.
Hashtags are a powerful marketing tool, helping brands to hone and crystallize their messages, writes David Wilding of Twitter U.K. “Hashtags can provide an instant test of clarity and distinctiveness, and many of the best ones … become repeatable over time, embedding an association in peoples’ minds, and so becoming a distinctive long-term asset,” he writes.
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A Quick Test To See Whether You Are An Introvert, Extrovert Or Ambivert via LifeHack
These days introverts has become a hot topic. Have you wondered which type you belong to? According to psychologist Carl Jung, introversion-extroversion is not a continuum that people only demonstrate qualities of one type. Instead, many of us have qualities of both sides, the point is which one is more dominant. Let’s see whether you’re an introvert, extrovert or ambivert in the following test!