Our Favorite Social Media Marketing Resources

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Social media is constantly evolving, and marketers have to learn quickly to keep up with the pace of change. So, we've compiled a list of social media marketing resources to help expand your knowledge of the landscape. 

Social Media Marketing Resources

Buffer Blog: The Buffer Blog is also an amazing resource of information when it comes to blogging and using social media. So far the Buffer blog has been a huge source of inspiration and learning both personally and professionally. It posts extremely valuable content on the latest social media tools, analytics, and strategies for Twitter, Facebook, and more—that’s easy to learn and use.

John Loomer: Jon Loomer is a Facebook marketing coach, author, speaker and strategist. His website is perfect if you are wanting to keep up to date with the latest in Facebook trends and updates and have them articulated in an easy to implement kind of way. Plus being able to ask his Facebook group for opinions and help on certain tactics is pretty cool!

Copywriting Resources

Grammarly: Save precious time and write like a pro by letting Grammarly find and correct hundreds of complex writing errors. As you type, Grammarly checks your text among 250 advanced grammar rules. The checks include common grammatical errors, such as subject-verb agreement, article use, and many others. Add it to your Chrome browser for free!

AP Stylebook: Twitter feed that posts AP Style tips for news writing. You can even tweet them your questions! 

Inspiration Resources

BuzzSumo: BuzzSumo lets content marketers analyze the best performing content in any market. It searches the web for content based on search queries and reports back to the user on its success, based on its social likes & shares. 

Discover: Unmetric, the leading brand-focused social media intelligence company, launched Discover, an innovative product that enables brand content creators and strategists to research, discover and share new ideas with other team members in real time. Content creators can explore topics around upcoming events such as holidays and celebrations, sporting events, concerts, award shows and more based on keywords or hashtags (e.g. Super Bowl, #Oscars).

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