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Troll: Social Media Hate Speech & Shit Storm

A so-called troll is an anonymous person on the Internet who attracts attention through a high number of negative and critical comments. The so-called trolling has even managed to become a fixed term. The goal of the trolls is to defame people or companies, ideas, projects, even countries. In Russia there are whole trollfabriken, houses […]

Page views: Determine organic reach, Google Analytics and website views

Page views, so-called impressions, stand for sightings by individual persons. There are two different variants within the page views. On the one hand there are page impressions, these count every single page call, even if a user has opened our page twice, or even three times. Secondly, there are the unique impressions, where each user […]

ow.ly: Short link for tracking and monitoring – advantages

On ow.ly you can generate short links. We have already written extensively about shortened links and their advantages in tracking and monitoring in our Social Media Blog. What makes shortening from the left so useful? Ow.ly is a project of Hootsuite, a popular software for advance planning of social media postings. It shortens links and […]

Screenshot: Screenshot with Windows & F keys

A so-called screenshot is a photo of your screen. Only that the photo is not taken with a camera, but independently by the end device. Screenshots can be taken on all end devices, computers, notebooks, tablets and of course on the smartphone. Tip! Screenshots on the PC, free of charge without software Many who have […]

Return on Investment (ROI) – Calculation and investment calculation in marketing

The return of investment is one of the central factors in business administration and thus naturally also in social media marketing. ROI is how profitable a single campaign is. The Return of Investment (ROI) thus indicates how economically a single campaign or an operational area is in relation to the investment made. On the basis […]

Response Rate: Definition, Social Media & Calculate

The response rate indicates the response rate to a particular campaign. In comparison with several campaigns, it is shown which success factors can be derived from them. The response rate can have very different reasons, a simple example would be a marketing survey sent to 1,000 companies. When 400 questionnaires come back, put the rate […]

Being private on social media? Pros and cons of use

Being private on social media? Meanwhile it has become a really important topic, not only for politics, but for everything and everyone. Europe-wide protests on the Upload Filter, Mark Zuckerberg before the US Senate, with hearings on the Cambridge-Analytica scandal and the political influence on elections, up to EU data protection, which is becoming more […]

Social Media Marketing Goals: 9+1 Strategy for strategic success

Social Media Marketing Objective – We give you a free insight into the strategy objective of a social media marketing agency. What exactly is the big goal in social media marketing? The subject of social networks is so new that there is hardly any well-founded long-term expertise. While social media managers are slowly getting used […]

Geofilter: Advertising to local and regional target groups on social media

Geofilters are used for the targeted sending of advertisements. In Facebook Advertisement Manager, each advertiser has the ability to send their advertisements to a specific target audience. Geofilters can be used to create certain events, i.e. we can specify, for example, that only people from the catchment area of Berlin, or even more precisely from […]

Insurance – Social Media Marketing and Influencer

Insurance and social media marketing – for many advertising employees this sounds like two completely different areas! Best practice examples prove it, even the largest insurance companies in Germany hardly manage more than 1,000 followers on Instagram. 1,000 followers on Instagram? Is that all you can do? Maybe these insurances haven’t found the right social […]