75: The 5 Biggest Social Media Trends For 2018 & What They Mean For You

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2018 is here and it's gearing up to be a big year in social media! On behalf of the entire Buffer Team, we'd love to wish you a very Happy New Year. This week we're chatting about the 5 biggest (and most important) social media trends that marketers should keep a close eye on heading into 2018. But first, a quick look at the 5 trends that almost made the cut: #10: The rise of augmented reality #9: An increased focus on mobile-first content for social #8: Organic reach continues to decline and how brands can still find success #7: A focus on social media as an engagement and customer service-first channel #6: Advertising reaches a saturation point, equaling higher costs and increased competition for all Tune in to episode #75 to hear the biggest trends! We hope you enjoy :)

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