Weekly Wrap-Up: Social Media Trends For Summer 2014

by Olivia Adams on May 15, 2014

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Every Thursday, the Come Recommended PR Blog ends the week with a wrap-up, bringing you the top news from the week about public relations and content marketing. These articles will highlight the latest trends in the industry to help you stay up-to-date on the PR world.

CONTENT MARKETING

Why You Should Care  About LinkedIn’s Content Marketing Score: The most recent addition of LinkedIn’s Content Marketing Score will give advertisers the tools they need to market their content effectively by measuring their audience’s engagement with advertisers’ content. Read more.

10 Ways to Inspire Your Inner Content Creator: To inspire yourself to become a content creator, consider exercising your creative muscles and rearranging your brainstorming processes. Read more. 

SOCIAL MEDIA

Top 10 Social Media Trends for Summer 2014: This article takes a look at how lifestyle content, native advertising, and social searches will be the driving force behind this summer’s social media trends. Read more. 

Social Photos Generate More Engagement – New Research: According to eMarketer, photos accounted for 75 percent of content posted by Facebook pages worldwide. Read more. 

MEDIA RELATIONS

3 PR Tips on How to Enhance Your Media Training: Here are some tips for PR pros preparing to meet with C-level executives for hands-on media training. Read more.

Introducing the New Embedded Pitch: Embedded pitches are a cool way to share more content on less flexible media channels like blogs and social sites. Read more.

TRAFFIC AND CONVERSION

7 Rules of Content Marketing Design That Convert Customers: Regardless of how good your content is, if you don’t address design and navigation issues, your audience won’t stick around to see it. Read more.

7 SEO Truths Every Business Leader Must Understand: To be successful in content marketing, business leaders should understand that offline and online marketing are co-dependent and even small, careless changes can damage your SEO. Read more.

If we missed anything from the week you think was important, let us know in the comments.

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  • Kathy

    This article is very interesting! I think that all users should read this.

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