Reviewed the iPhone 7 because I am a nerd

Reviewed the iPhone 7 because I am a nerd

Tweet Reviewed the new iPhone 7 because I am a nerd. Here is what you really care about: @amyhouckceo Is it actually better?    Longest battery life ever in an iPhone 2×faster than iPhone 6 Stereo speakers Splash and water resistance Advanced new camera systems  New Airpods (Pic below) Sensors detect when each pod is in your ear  The most powerful chip ever in a smartp hone Answer calls from Answer WhatsApp and other third-party apps on LTE    What else ? New Jet Black Finish  New Home button  An entirely new camera  (7MPFaceTime HD camera)  Finally (Optical image stabilization)   25%brighter  3D Touch  A10 Fusion Chip (The most powerful chip ever in a smartphone)   When can you order it?  Pre-order September 9 Available September 16...
8 Snapchat Content Ideas That Your Fans Will Love

8 Snapchat Content Ideas That Your Fans Will Love

Tweet #1: Do a “10 Snap Questions” Interview For this content hack, interview people one 10-second snap at a time. The “10 snap questions” format will help ensure your friends stay on board until the end. Here’s how it works: Set your snaps to 10 seconds. Be sure to take a little time to ensure the lighting and sound are right. The interviewee may have to sit close to you to speak directly into the microphone of your smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer. In an opening snap, introduce your interviewee. Put each question as text on a snap of its own. Make sure your interviewee is on-screen when answering your questions.Add stickers to snaps to reflect the question and answer and show your personality. Snapchat content creator Danny Berk frequently uses the interview format. For greater impact, he uses a branded microphone with his snapcode. Snapchat influencer Danny Berk frequently uses interviews to engage his followers. Snap at the end of the interview to thank your interviewee and share that person’s snapcode. You can use the Snapchat interview as a promo to link to a longer interview on YouTube or your website. For example, snap a call to action (“To find out more, log onto my blog/YouTube channel”) and share the link. #2: Arrange a Takeover A takeover is when you give your Snapchat account to an influencer to run for a set period of time. It can help you gain access to a new audience. The takeover should have a purpose, such as a product launch or promotion, event awareness, company announcements and news, or to showcase a...
4 Ways to Use Video in Twitter Ads

4 Ways to Use Video in Twitter Ads

Tweet #1: Make a Video Product Catalog Twitter video ads are a great way to show off products and services. To enhance the impact of product-focused videos, style them with a specific atmosphere and attitude. This helps you create a visually engaging experience and communicate what your brand is all about. Enhance impact with attitude and style. Android Wear uses a Twitter GIF ad to show off its line of smartwatch bands in a simple yet interesting way. Most of the elements are the same from frame to frame, while displaying multiple band designs on a model. The ad also includes straightforward messaging, so viewers can get a sense of the brand’s style and the benefits of its products all in one glance. #2: Showcase the User Experience You can use Twitter video ads to show audiences what it’s like to use your product. Offer a visual experience that will put the viewer right in the center of the action, so you can easily convey the benefits of your product and motivate audiences to hit a Download or Install CTA button. Visual experiences put the viewer in the center of the action. In the graphic above, Wish takes viewers through a purchase on its shopping app. By highlighting how easy it is to find and score deals, Wish communicates the value of the app to audiences and inspires them to discover discounts of their own. #3: Create a How-to Video Another smart Twitter video ad strategy is to offer unique knowledge and expertise through an instructional video. Present useful content in an interactive way so you canencourage more viewers...
How to Get Your Business on Snapchat in Four Steps

How to Get Your Business on Snapchat in Four Steps

Tweet Do you want to use Snapchat for business? Are you wondering how to get your business started on Snapchat? Creating a Snapchat marketing plan helps ensure you’ll gain a significant return on the amount of time you invest in the platform. In this article, you’ll discover a four-step plan to get your business started on Snapchat. Discover how you can get your business started on Snapchat in four steps. #1: Decide What Type of Content to Post First, you’ll need to decide what type of content you want to post on Snapchat. Snapchat content can be broken down into two core areas: value-added content and storytelling content. Value-added Content Value-added content provides relevant, helpful information that focuses on educating your audience and adding value. Here are some examples that you can incorporate in your own Snapchat marketing: Teach your audience how to complete a specific task or tactic. Think about tactics you’ve used or activities you’ve completed in your business that have helped you achieve your objectives. For example, suppose one of your key objectives was to use your time more efficiently. One tactic that helped you do this was to set up an IFTTT (If This Than That) recipe to automatically post relevant content to your social media accounts via updates from an RSS feed. Since this tactic saved you a ton of time, you can share the steps to do it with your Snapchat audience. Share relevant tutorials on your Snapchat story. Show your audience how to use new and innovative industry tools. Again, think about the tools you use in your business that provide the...
Introducing Instagram Stories

Introducing Instagram Stories

Tweet   Instagram Stories, a new feature that lets you share all the moments of your day, not just the ones you want to keep on your profile. As you share multiple photos and videos, they appear together in a slideshow format: your story. With Instagram Stories, you don’t have to worry about overposting. Instead, you can share as much as you want throughout the day — with as much creativity as you want. You can bring your story to life in new ways with text and drawing tools. The photos and videos will disappear after 24 hours and won’t appear on your profile grid or in feed. You’ll see stories from people you follow in a bar at the top of your feed — from your best friends to your favorite popular accounts. When there’s something new to see, their profile photo will have a colorful ring around it. To view someone’s story, just tap on their profile photo. It’s easy to view stories at your own pace: tap to go back and forward or swipe to jump to another person’s story. If you want to comment on something you see, you can tap and send a private message to that person on Instagram Direct. Unlike regular posts, there are no likes or public comments. Your story follows the privacy settings of your account. If you set your account to private, your story is visible only to your followers. However, you can also easily hide your entire story from anyone you don’t want to see it, even if they follow you. When watching your own story, swipe up...
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