When Blog Posts Get The Highest ROI

Blogs post most on weekdays, but sharing is highest on Saturdays and Sundays. Brands that blog are posting the most while consumers are working—and it may be hurting their reach. According to an April 2014 study from TrackMaven, bloggers were most likely to post their content on weekdays, with 87% of weekly blog content pushed … Continue reading »

How The Inc. 500 is Using Social Media

Virtually all – 95% – of the 2013 Inc. 500 companies are using at least one major social media tool, according to the latest study from the Center for Marketing Research at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. LinkedIn remains the most commonly used platform, by 88% (up from 81%), but there appears to have been … Continue reading »

Words That Are Most Likely To Get Your Posts Shared on Social Media [infographic]

To attract attention and increase engagement on social media, some words are more powerful than others. This infographic from ShortStack illustrates which words are most likely to get your content and status updates shared across various social media networks. Take your social media to the next level. Call BDS 877.447.0134

Which Content Marketing Channels Are Most Important?

A new study from Unisphere Research (sponsored by Skyword) suggests that tried-and-true content distribution vehicles such as company websites and email campaigns are seen as the most essential for content marketing, rated as either extremely important or important by 88% and 73% of survey respondents, respectively. Interestingly, 7 in 10 believe that it’s important to … Continue reading »