Tag Archives: Twitter

Social media: It’s all about the Live Video

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2016 was definitely the year of the video with all the major social networks providing very similar offerings, but we’re not complaining and neither should you. With similar live video features available on a variety of networks, from Facebook and Instagram to Twitter, businesses can pick and choose which platform they go live from. And […]

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Posted by Chelle Smith in Latest Cheeps on January 16, 2017


Social media features 2016 refresher

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With the main social media platforms constantly jostling for pole position and maximum users, improvements and new features come thick and fast. So it’s no surprise that 2016 saw many changes to the platforms we know and frequent, resulting in many offering virtually the same features and facilities. Given the frequency of the tweaks and […]

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Posted by Chelle Smith in Latest Cheeps on December 30, 2016


What did 2016 teach us?

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It’s always great to look back and see how far we’ve come. So, with that in mind what did 2016 deliver, what have we learnt and have we made the most of the resources on offer? Customer generated content provides ready-made content In 2016 we learnt that using content generated by our customers and followers […]

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Posted by Chelle Smith in Latest Cheeps on December 16, 2016


Christmas TV ads: inspiring content that connects with your audience

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Christmas is but a few weeks away so it’s no surprise that we are being bombarded with seasonal TV adverts. Regardless of whether you like them or not there’s no escaping them. Yes you can always hit the mute button or swap TV channels, but chances are you’ll also see them in your social media […]

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Posted by Chelle Smith in Latest Cheeps on November 25, 2016


Improve customer service with Direct Messaging

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With social media platforms constantly rolling out new features to improve user experience, it makes sense to utilise the ones that will aid your services and provide a better customer experience. If you offer customer support via Twitter, or are considering it, then their latest tweaks to Direct Messaging could be right up your street. […]

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Posted by Chelle Smith in Latest Cheeps on November 4, 2016


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