As you may very well know, social media isn’t always easy to handle when it comes to marketing your business. You’ve read article after article on how to succeed and maintain relevancy in the social media world, but it can be hard to keep up with the ever-changing platforms. What follows are seven social media...
See on – Startup & Silicon Valley News, Culture After Facebook assumed the former Sun Microsystems complex in Palo Alto in 2011, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg set out to find an architect capable of handling a grand design for its main main headquarters building. […] with the building slated for completion next year, Facebook...
See on – Cities of the World Jeff Bullas has posted infographs that have the latest facts, figures and statistics to help keep you on top of the rapidly changing social media ecosystems.   Exerpt:   “Social media is no longer just about Facebook. Social media is splintering and fragmenting as more users find...
See on – Infographics and Social Media An ex-Googler is building Facebook’s next big things. See on
See on – Infographics and Social Media You put a lot of thought, energy and sometime money into your long-format post or infographic, … See on
Via – Infographics and Social Media When I am sometimes asked for advice about how best to run a Facebook fan page in order to build community, I tend to advise people to… link to original article
Via – Cities of the World In case you don’t feel like reading through the text of Facebook’s guide to the new page insights, here’s an infographic summarizing the changes. Go to original post
Whenever I mention the word “ombudsman” to anyone in terms of what it means for social media, there are always some who don’t know what it is, so I should get that out of the way: From Wikipedia: An ombudsman (conventional English plural: ombudsmen) is a person who acts as a trusted intermediary between an organization and some internal or external constituency…...
Although Twitter and Facebook are very different services, they do fill a lot of the same needs of users. They both give us ways to connect with friends, family and brands. They offer “news feeds”…and obviously are great real time communication tools. They have a lot of similarities and a lot of differences. Here is...
Most all of us use Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google and Twitter on a daily basis. But have you ever wondered exactly how the majority of the US goes about their time online, or who stacks up the most clicks? Check out this cool graphic which breaks it all down.
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