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The Emarketing Blog Revisits the Social Media and Hashtag Kinship

Over the past few years, we’ve crafted several informative blogs that have focused on the interdependence of hashtags and social media in hopes of helping our readers with their daily digital marketing.  We’ve taken a few different angles in crafting these posts from comparing hashtags to fishing tactics in the Twittershere to asking if hashtags […]

Happy 10th Birthday to the Social Media Hashtag!

We just wanted to wish our dear friend, the social media #hashtag, a very Happy 10th Birthday!  For a decade you’ve helped us focus and enhance our social media messaging.  We wish you another 10 years of continued success and relevancy within Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest and all of the other major social media […]

Are Twitter Hashtags Polluting The Social Media Digital Beach?

Social media giant Twitter seems to be in the news a lot these days. From reports of financial instability to the rumor of expanding character limits, Twitter just can’t stay out of the tech media’s crosshairs. The most recent scrutiny of Twitter comes from Ryan McCready at Venngage.  Ryan’s article claims that Twitter hashtags are […]

#hashtag your way to increased event traffic and registration

So that Do-it-yourself event management software worked really well. Your event is live and the event website looks great. So now you wait for registration traffic. Want to give your event registration a bit of a push? Try posting on social media. For a quick burst of attention try twitter and for bigger billboard posts […]

The Emarketing Blog: 2018 Reader’s Choice Top Ten Digital Marketing Blog Posts

Happy New Year! It’s that time of year again to celebrate and enjoy the tradition of “Top 10’s” and “Best of Lists” that are currently making media headlines. In keeping with media tradition, we would like to present the Top Ten Emarketing Blog Posts of 2018! The top 10 list is based on the overall […]

The Emarketing Blog’s Digital Marketing Trends, Fake News and Social Media Disruptions Digest – Summer 2018

Welcome to the late summer edition of The Emarketing Blog’s Digital Marketing Trends and Social Media Disruptions digest. Here’s a collection of interesting tech news, digital marketing trends, social media happenings and fake news, censorship and free-speech issues that are buzzing across the global wires. China Assigns Every Citizen A ‘Social Credit Score’ To Identify […]

Twitter Escalates Purge Against Fake Social Media Followers

Twitter has begun implementing bold steps to secure and increase its overall legitimate global user count and to also stem the tide of fake profiles.  The New York Times recently reported that Twitter has begun to purge tens of millions suspicious accounts from users’ followers which could result in a minimal to a very significant […]

The Emarketing Blog: Readers’ Choice Top Ten Digital Marketing Blog Posts of 2017

It’s that time of year again, a time when “Top 10’s” and “Best of Lists” are making major headlines. In keeping with media tradition, we would like to present the Top Ten Emarketing Blog Posts of 2017! The top 10 list is based on the overall blog traffic of our readers and social media engagement […]

They’ve Done It! Twitter Increases Messaging from 140 to 280 Characters Providing So Much More Room!

In a recent Emarketing blog post titled, Twitter’s 280 Character Increase Could Be A Boon For Online Event Management, we discussed how event planners would benefit in many ways from a Twitter character increase from 140 to 280. Well, Twitter has finally done it and 280 characters is now the new reality. So what do […]

Social Media for Predicting The Weather and Event Planning Success!

A recent tech article in the U.K. Sun reported that social media behavior can be used to predict future events including the weather.  The article focuses on a research team from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington and their premise that user behavior on social media reflects events in the real […]

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