Publishing posts

Here you will find posts on how publishing can be more effective, easier to manage, how planning and a content calender can help you.


Instagram shuts down its old Platform API, Media Injection not being affected

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Media Injection is the only official Facebook Marketing Partner for Community Management in the Benelux working with the new platform API and therefore remains able to manage Webcare for Instagram via its platform, as well as Instagram Content Publishing which remains unaffected.

Facebook’s Update on their Plans to Restrict Data Access on Facebook

Facebook messaged their trusted Partners on April 04, 2018, sending the following;

We launched the Facebook Platform in 2007 as a way of building a more personalized and connected online experience for people. Since that time, we’ve continued to evolve the platform to meet the needs and expectations of people, businesses, and developers, along with the demands of our core commitments to privacy and security. In 2014, we introduced extensive, granular controls that empowered people to decide for themselves what information they shared with their apps. Today, we’re continuing that process by announcing a more robust app review process and more data protections for the people who use our products.

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RTL and the 4 benefits of a branded URL shortener

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So you’ve found a blog or link, and now you want to share with all your followers on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or Google+. Updates on social media, such as Twitter, should be short and sweet, which is why the use of URL shorteners has increased dramatically over the last few years. The most popular URL shortener is bit.ly, which shows in numerous social media posts that include URLs as ‘http://bit.ly/xxx’ . Bit.ly has become a brand of its own, but what is it? How do you use it, what are its benefits? And why do marketeers use Bit.ly or short URLs anyway?

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Meet your new content calendar

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From the very beginning of our platform, the content calendar has been the central point in publishing messages. Over time the amount of new networks increased, more and more messages had to be published and scheduled and the amount of different projects that are being used also increased. So the content calendar became more and more important. Read More

Conversation dashboard: Meet our splash screen

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Dare to share

Organisations are starting to realise that their social media actions, for instance campaigns and web care services, are no longer to be kept hidden within just a social media team or department. The performances and obtained results, whether it be positive or negative, have to be shared with colleagues and other stakeholders. By providing transparency and insights into the corporates  own performance, it can create involvement and let people now what’s really going on within the social media landscape.

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