Social media is blowing up over news that former FOX News and newly crowned NBC anchor Megyn Kelly is planning…
A list of popular hashtags to be used during the month of March.
KloboMedia shares a list of the social media hashtags month-by-month. Use of hashtags is a proven way to increase shares and engagement, especially on Twitter and Instagram.
The Global Weather and Climate Center is a website that analyzes worldwide weather events. In this post, KloboMedia talks with founder Jordan Rabinowitz about the mission and how GWCC uses social media to raise brand awareness and authority.
When you leave a job, there’s a good chance you may be asked to leave your Facebook fan page behind, along with thousands of page likes. Here’s the latest legal advice on this trending issue: Who really owns a Facebook page and how do you protect yourself as a personal brand?
1 Million Cups is a national program supported by the Kauffman Foundation to connect and showcase promising entrepreneurs. Carol Fowler, CEO of KloboMedia, was invited share her entrepreneurial journey and work to build TheSocReports at an event held at 1871 in January, 2017.
How to gain followers. From updating your social media profile picture to ramping up replies and commenting, Carol Fowler, CEO of KloboMedia and TheSocReports shares her thoughts on the things we all can do on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to increase our social audience in 2017.
The keys to mastering social media are found in the practices of these top influencers in weather. TheSocReports finds that these meteorologists are great teachers on how to gain followers and authority. Here are four things all social media users should strive for.
TheSocReports is among a dozen start-ups that are participating in a unique program at Chicago’s leading tech incubator 1871 to support female entrepreneurs. The WiSTEM cohort runs from September, 2016, through February, 2017.
Meteorologists squabble over the makeup of the list of top 100 meteorologists in social media, compiled by TheSocReports and KloboMedia. Critics point to private and government meteorologists who use social media and were excluded. They question a list so TV heavy when only 8% of meteorologists are on TV, according to the AMS.