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5 Steps To Hosting a Successful Facebook Live Video

by Anna McGeady

facebook public relations, social media social media video

If content is king, then video content is…emperor? You get the idea: it’s important. If you’re not pushing video content, you’re missing a huge opportunity to reach more eyeballs on your social posts. Video often performs better across all channels and tends to generate more reactions. One easy way to introduce more video into your content calendar is to host Facebook Live Streams. Seem daunting? Don’t stress: we’re bringing you the top 5 tips to hosting a successful livestream:  

Instagram vs. Snapchat: Snapchat Redesign 2020

by Tara Moran

social media

Snapchat is testing two different redesigns - which means it’s time for another update in our Instagram vs. Snapchat battle! Snapchat hasn’t had a significant redesign since late 2017, and it’s not hard to see why. Its last redesign was barely tested before it was rolled out worldwide with little warning, losing it millions of users. Its growth since the update has been slow, but currently 218 million people use Snapchat every day. In this time, however, its competitor, Instagram Stories, has grown to 500 million daily users  

PR Skills

5 Must-Have Skills For Every PR Pro

by Jacqueline Loring

public relations, social media

The public relations industry is constantly evolving, and PR professionals have the responsibility to grow and adapt to technology innovations and the media landscape to ensure the job is getting done. We’ve laid out the top five skills that every PR pro needs to be successful in a competitive field:  

Our Favorite App of the Month: Asana!

by Tara Moran

public relations technology

February has officially arrived, and with it, many New Years’ Resolutions start to dwindle away. But if your resolution was to keep yourself and your team organized, we have an app to keep you going strong! Read on to learn why Asana is our BIGfish team’s favorite app of the month!  

The Best Tool for Social Media Graphics: Adobe Spark vs. Canva!

by Emily Rosenberg

public relations, social media

In the age of social media, it’s vital for companies of all sizes to maintain a strong social media presence and visual brand aesthetic through unique and professional content. However, for small businesses or individual users, facing this challenge can be difficult without the means to hire a social media guru to design and curate content for your platforms. Enter social media graphic design tools! These helpful apps, platforms, and programs can serve as virtual social media guides, making it possible for any business to successfully manage their social channels. The #BIGteam is always using Adobe Spark and Canva, so we decided to put them head-to-head to see which is the reigning tool for social media!     

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