Today, we’re discussing a frontier that is relatively uncharted and constantly evolving. The unprecedented nature of this plane makes it one of the most exciting fields to explore. No, we’re not talking about intergalactic space or the subterranean ocean. We’re talking about the future of social media.
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What is a hashtag, you ask? A hashtag is a word or phrase preceded by a hash or pound sign (#), used to identify messages on a specific topic. Hashtags are one of the most effective social media tools used to stay relevant, target an audience, generate conversation, and/or build your brand’s identity.
One of the most effective tactics in a successful social media strategy is oftentimes to analyze or follow the competition. The goal isn’t to copy and paste what they are doing, but there are some important lessons to be learned, nonetheless. Below we have highlighted ten things your competitors can teach you about social media.
The first emoji created in 1999 had humble beginnings with only 176 original icons. Today, that number has skyrocketed and has long since surpassed 3,000. They are more than a millennial fad and have become commonplace in our daily communication both socially and professionally. According to a report from Emogi, 92% of the online population use emojis daily.
Hit the “Whoa!” There’s a New TikTok Rival?!
Anyone familiar with social media marketing has probably figured out that TikTok is much more than an app with dance tutorials for Gen Z. In fact, social media giant Facebook took that notion and pounced on it. The corporation launched a TikTok competitor late last year called Instagram Reels.
Resumes are not only a summary of your professional experience, they are also the source of stress for many people looking to enter the workforce or make a career pivot. Recruiters are notoriously known for spending less than a minute viewing a document that has probably taken hours for the candidate to write--and this is because recruiters have developed a way to review the hundreds of applications they receive every day more efficiently. Below are some tips from our Lead Recruiter & Talent Team Manager on how you can make a resume that meets the happy medium of being informational and enjoyable to read.