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7 Surprising Social Media Statistics [INFOGRAPHIC] - Posted October 9, 2014
Did you know that 59 percent of marketers are using social media for six or more hours each and every week? What if I told you that auto-posting to Facebook decreases likes and comments by 70 percent, that Pinterest is now the number three social network... [10,000 Words]

7 Tips for Building a Better Hashtag Strategy - Posted April 9, 2013
Hashtags aren't just for tweeters anymore. Now that Vine and Facebook have announced "trending hashtag" features, every social media promo campaign must have a well-chosen hashtag, and yesterday an amusing story reminded us how important the strategy behind these tags can be. Basically, some wise guy tweeted #nowthatcherisdead to... [FishbowlDC]

A Guide To Social Gifting [INFOGRAPHIC] - Posted January 23, 2013
Did you know that the average cost of the top gifts purchased between 2010 and 2011 was a pretty sizeable $244? Weddings, graduations, holidays - it all adds up - and with the latest electronic gadgets now the most sought-after "surprises", an average of some $800 can easily be spent on... [AllTwitter]

Facebook's Graph Search Will Both Challenge And Help Brands - Posted January 17, 2013
Facebook's newest addition -- graph search -- can change the way brands not only market on the site, but find potential customers through the... [AllFacebook]

INFOGRAPHIC: The Psychology Of Facebook - Posted November 1, 2012
Whether you've noticed it or not, Facebook has likely changed your brain. You get a rush of dopamine -- that same chemical that kicks in when you're rewarded -- when you see a notification. People with more than 229 friends tend to have larger orbital prefrontal cortexes, the area for social... [AllFacebook]