Back in July, Instagram began hiding likes in seven countries. Now, Instagram has announced it will begin hiding likes in the United States as well. Account-holders will still be able to see their personal like counts, but visitors will not. As a result, the “popularity contest” that was for so long at the heart of Instagram will cease to exist hopefully creating a more welcoming environment where users feel comfortable expressing themselves. This rather surprising platform change carries with it significant impact as those marketers who were largely reliant on vanity metrics to measure social media success now find their influencer measurement capabilities turned upside down. So, what should marketers […]
Once again, another year has flown by and it’s hard to believe that we’re only a few weeks away from the holidays. As I sit here and plan our last #SMTLive Twitter chat of the year, I can’t help but think about everything that has happened in the world of social media in 2019. I’m thankful to have #SMTLive as a place for us, marketers, to gather and discuss all these major social media updates that affect our work and require our attention. Everyone who has participated in these chats over the years has provided valuable insights into unique social media strategies, tips and tricks that the Social Media Today community is […]
GaryVee to make a Rare Agency Keynote at Conduit Digital’s HQ about the State of Digital Agency Business in 2020! Tuesday, November 26th, 2019@12:00pm EST The State of Digital Agency Business in 2020 from Conduit Digital Marketing on Vimeo.
I think most of us can agree there are generic logos in the world that we easily forget, and then there are great logos that we’ll always be able to recognize (even without the brand’s name attached). But what is it about a logo that makes you recognize it? What is it about the design that can elicit a memory or even a specific emotion? If you’re in the process of creating a logo for your company, you’re in a unique position to make a powerful impact on how consumers perceive your brand. Everything you do, say, and, display as part of your new business will tell your prospects more […]
We’ll be setting up a basic WordPress tutorial session this Wednesday 11/14/18 for anyone interested in learning a little more about the basics of WordPress and how to navigate the backend, make basic edits and update blog posts and other features typically involved in SEO management of a website.
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In one of our recent articles, “The Anatomy of A Website“, we discussed the basic components of what makes a website tick. The backend is built on the WordPress Core along with Themes and Plugins. Once you are ready to publish your site, you will need to have a few additional items in order to get your new site online. Today, we will discuss what those items are and how they all work together. When you visit a website, you navigate to it via a browser such as Chrome, or Bing, to what is called a Domain, or URL. In our case, the domain is https://digitalninja.club/. A website is stored, […]
web·site: a location connected to the Internet that maintains one or more pages on the World Wide Web. A website is a collection of related web pages, including multimedia content, typically identified with a common domain name, and published on at least one web server. Notable examples are wikipedia.org, google.com, and amazon.com. Today roughly 380 new websites are created every minute across the World. (Wiki) At Traffic Builders, we build most, if not all of our websites with WordPress. “WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system. It is most associated with blogging but supports […]
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