Social Experiment

The Science of Social Media

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Understanding The Differences Between Data, Analytics, And Insights

Data and analytics build off each other to help you find a deep understanding of your audience. Insights provide essential wisdom about your users and reveal actions you can take to better your business. But insights cannot be obtained without analytics and analytics are useless without data. Continue Reading

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Using The Mere-Exposure Effect In Influence Marketing

The Mere-Exposure Effect, also known as the Familiarity Principle, states that people tend to develop a preference for things merely because they are familiar. Meaning the more we are exposed to something, the more we will like it.

This is a driving principle in effect on every social media platform. Continue Reading

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Tip-sy Tuesday: Adding YouTube To Your Social Media Mix

Have you been considering adding a YouTube channel to your social media mix? If so, the time is right for you to jump in. YouTube has been making some big shifts internally to destroy fake channels on their platform.

Due to this effort, brand-owned channels are getting noticed more than ever. Continue Reading

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Using Compliance in Influence Marketing

Breaking the ice or getting your foot in the door is a common technique in sales and negotiation for getting someone to agree to a large request by first convincing them to acquiesce to a small request. Like reciprocity, this phenomenon, called compliance operates on the theory that once you get them to agree with you, it’ll be harder to disagree with you later on. Continue Reading

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The Reciprocity Effect in Influence Marketing

In psychology, reciprocity is a social rule that states you ought to repay, in kind, what another has provided for you. Many refer to this type of in-kind interchange as the golden rule; do unto others as you would have them do to you. Continue Reading

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Tip-sy Tuesday: Cross Promoting Channels on Facebook

Looking for a quick way to cross promote your other social media channels and website on Facebook? Here’s an easy hack for adding those sites to your Facebook page.

First, pull up your Facebook homepage.

Click on Edit Profile.

Scroll down to Links. Continue Reading

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How To Use Emotions To Create Infectious Messaging

Emotions can create a little bit of magic when communicating about a company, product or service–it provides the motivation for customers to share. But surprisingly it’s the type of emotion you generate which really provides the momentum for a message. It’s true–when people care, they share. Continue Reading

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How To Use Triggers To Create Infectious Messaging

The North Face, Starbucks, M&M’s, Disney, Under Armor–they all have icon logos that immediately transport you to their brand when you see them. These logos trigger an experience or knowledge of the brand. The second principle in infectious marketing is triggers. Continue Reading

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How To Use Social Currency To Create Infectious Messaging

Infectious Messaging…sounds like you’re talking about the plague or ebola and the concept is the same. Infectious means it’s likely to spread or influence others in a rapid manner. When it comes to messaging, you want your ideas to spread like a viral wildfire. Continue Reading

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5 Ways to Capitalize with Live Stream Videos for Your Business

Live stream videos–they’re the hottest social media vehicle out there right now. Unfortunately, most brands aren’t using live video. And honestly, if you’d told me five years ago that I would regularly share my ideas, products, and services with the world via video, I would not have believed you. Continue Reading

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