red-blue-glassesWe try to give all the big social sites their time in the limelight, but this week, Facebook and Pinterest have stayed top of mind for us.

Maybe we're just digging visual content lately. Who knows.

Anyway, these sites can both play huge roles in your social media marketing strategy, so take a scroll to learn a little bit more about these hugely popular social networks.

Facebook Says These Are the 15 Best Brands on Facebook

It’s always a good idea to learn from the best. This week, Facebook announced the winners of the Facebook Studio Awards, honoring the best brands on Facebook. Check out the 15 best brands on Facebook and learn how they use the platform to drive results in this blog post.

The Best and Worst Times to Post, Pin & Tweet [Infographic]

For marketers, timing is everything. A recent study showed how time of day predicts return visits to your website. In this blog post, learn the best time to post on social media for engaging your followers and driving traffic to your website. 

Your Anti-Social CEO Is Hurting Your Brand [New Data]

It seems that most CEOs and business executives ignore social media entirely. Currently, only one in five CEOs have their own personal Twitter account. And 50% of CEOs who do have their own account don’t even have a bio. In this blog post, learn how your anti-social CEO is hurting your brand.

Pinterest Guided Search Changes How We Discover Content, and It's Awesome

Social media sites are constantly changing. It seems that a week cannot pass without the social sites you rely on to attract and engage prospects adding new features or updating their existing platforms. Read this blog post to discover how the Pinterest Guided Search feature has evolved and how it will impact your searches on Pinterest.

The Ultimate Guide to Facebook Privacy

It’s scary to think about all of the personal information we share with Facebook. This blog post provides a step-by-step guide to ensuring your privacy on Facebook. 

The Anatomy of a Perfectly Optimized Pinterest Pin [Diagram]

If you’re using Pinterest to grow your business, you can't just pin a million things and expect people to click through. You simply don’t have the time or the resources to pin that much. Instead, you need to make each pin that you do post count. This blog post walks you through the keys to optimizing your Pinterest pins so you can attract viewers and engage your prospects on Pinterest.

What was the most interesting thing you learned this week on Inbound Hub? What do you want to see more of? Leave your feedback in the comments!

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Originally published May 4, 2014 8:00:00 AM, updated February 01 2017

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