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NEW! “Summary” let’s you create your own chart dashboard

Comparing and benchmarking social media profiles is done best with charts. That’s why we added an amazing new feature to our benchmarking suite. The new  “Summary” allows you to put together a dashbaord of charts with all

5 new magnificent features

Shortly before the peaceful Christmas time and New Years Eve, we updated our tool once again and added a few new features. 1. When are my fans online? If you know when your fans are online then you also know

How much should I write? The 4 most common ways to introduce posts – Facebook Top Posts Week 47

The amount of words you use to describe your Facebook posts is more important than you might think at first. Depending on the content you will want to introduce the topic with a couple words or

Pics and phrases, 4 types of posts and how to properly use them – Facebook Top Posts Week 46

Many pages run into trouble when trying to figure out what to post. But what do you do about it? What can you publish when you have nothing to post that is directly related to your

Should I ask my community for their opinion? – Facebook Top Posts Week 45

How big is the impact of questions? Content is published in all sorts of forms. Some pages simply post a picture with a funny comment. Others specifically ask their fans for feedback and want to know

3 tips to gain new players – Social Media Ranking Browsergames

A couple of years ago, flash games barely ran fluently. Nowadays companies can animate entire 3D environments without their customer being forced to launch a seperate client. Do they put as much effort into administrating their

How different industries reach their fans with different strategies – Facebook Top Posts Week 43

People always wonder what sort of strategies they can apply to make their content more successful. Should they try to directly advertise the product or focus on unrelated cat content? What about news that have to

How you can influence your fans with emotional posts [INFOGRAPHIC]

Interactions in the form of likes, comments, shares, etc. are the holy grail of social media marketing. Anyone who wants to be seen and heard on Facebook must ensure that the fans interact with the content.