Marc Schenker

Marc Schenker

Marc Schenker is a copywriter who's an expert in business and marketing topics like e-commerce, B2Bs, digital marketing and design. To find out what really makes him tick, head on over to marcschenkercopywriter.com, or connect with him via Facebook and Twitter.

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The worst social media celeb screw-ups ever

Celebrities may be worshipped, but on social media, they are as human as the rest of us. Here are some of the most disastrous social media fails that celebrities (and wannabe stars) have ever been involved in.
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Snapchat slashes its ad prices by a whopping amount

Snapchat, the "disappearing message" social network popularized by millennials, has cut its price for ad placement significantly in a bid to lure in more advertisers who want their ads put in front of younger consumers.
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These are the most Instagrammed Halloween costumes

A new infographic has broken down the most liked costumes on Instagram by state, by collecting costume information from the #Halloween tag. Its shows that, at least to Instagram users, ET is still the most popular costume after more than…
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Survey shows many European Facebook and Instagram users embellish their posts

A new study conducted by HTC in Europe suggests that Facebook and Instagram's users routinely use deception to give off a social media persona that's far more exaggerated and adventurous than they really are.
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To grow e-commerce further, Pinterest makes ‘buyable’ pins available to bigger retailers

Pinterest is at the forefront of combining social media with e-commerce, as evidenced by its new move. It'll start allowing bigger retailers to use its new buyable pin to push for more e-commerce on its site.
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Teens prefer Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat (in that order), says new survey

Just when you thought that Facebook was the king of social media, a new study comes along that shows otherwise, at least among teens. Teens like Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat over Facebook.