I need some good advice. Can the pin be removed completely without "closing" or moving the business? What are the possible implications of doing so?
Beyond that --- any more specific reason?
The Stone Temple crew are very excited to show you this one...
And yes, I asked and a G+ one will be coming at some point I am sure!
(images are on the blog post)
1. We have long known that the impact of images is large, but perhaps not how large it is, and how that varies by social authority. For most people, the chances of obtaining at least one RT goes up 1.5 to 2.7 times. Additionally, our data suggests that the total number of RTs received will go up 5 to 9 times. This is an incredible impact.
Note also how the social authority of the person really impacts how much images might help them.
2. The image for time of day shows something else we did not expect, which it that time of day did not appear to have a material impact. Bear in mind though, that this was a random sampling of tweets, and the great majority of participants were probably issuing their tweets during “normal business hours”. Nonetheless, this may be less of a factor than others have previously suggested. Please note the various disclaimers on this point in the article.
3. The image on mentions, is interesting as well. Including a mention appears to lower the total number of retweets you might get by nearly half (for most social authority levels). Why would this be? Well, perhaps because it seems more like a personal conversation, and other are less likely to reshare it as a result.
- University of Central OklahomaBusiness Communication, 1997
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Michelle Stinson Ross is the Social Marketing Manager at Offers.com. Not only is she the co-host of #SocialChat and #SocialMediaCoffee but Michelle is also a contributing writer for Search Engine Watch. She has been a guest blogger Social Times, aimClear, and Search Marketing Wisdom, to name a few. Her passion and attention towards social media marketing makes her a favorite conference speaker at events like Socialize Toronto, Search Marketing Expo, and Search Engine Strategies Conference. She has also been a featured guest on Webmaster Radio and several industry Hangouts on Air. Michelle has had the privilege of serving clients that represent a cross-section of business industries including non-profit and religious organizations, tourist industry, web development, insurance, accounting, real estate and mortgage. In her free time she enjoys traveling the world (with a special passion for Key West), snorkeling, salsa dancing, researching Caribbean Colonial History and reading great books. She is also a self-published Indy novelist. And…rumor has it she can make a mean taco soup!
- Offers.comSocial Marketing Manager, 2013 - present
- Digital Always Media, Inc.Director of Social Marketing, 2013 - 2014
- Firestarter Social MediaInternet Marketing Consultant, 2011 - 2014