Working in social media can be quite a stressful and overwhelming experience. The constant pressure of staying on top of one's niche to provide quality content may lead to a lack of proper physical and mental rest. The consequences are not fun. Burnout makes life miserable and kills efficiency and productivity.
Those who have experienced burnout know that there are ways to avoid it. In this article, I will share five tips that I have used successfully throughout my career...
However grumpy people are when they wake up, and whether they stumble to their feet in Madrid, Mexico City or Minnetonka, Minn., they tend to brighten by breakfast time and feel their moods taper gradually to a low in the late afternoon, before rallying again near bedtime, a large-scale study of posts on the social media site Twitter found.
Drawing on messages posted by more than two million people in 84 countries, researchers discovered that the emotional tone of people’s messages followed a similar pattern not only through the day but also through the week and the changing seasons. The new analysis suggests that our moods are driven in part by a shared underlying biological rhythm that transcends culture and environment.
Some Background: What is EdgeRank? What you see in your Facebook newsfeed isn't magic; it's controlled by a very important algorithm called EdgeRank. Facebook wants users to be engaged, so EdgeRank is a critical ...
Via Susan Bainbridge
Web users are finding it more difficult to navigate the clutter of digital content to arrive at trusted sources. Build your brand's content future around the three pillars of Authority, Curation and Context.
This excellent article makes a great case for business owners to regard spending on customer acquisition as an investment rather than a cost item, and suggests that business owners need to spend more than their current spend, in order to reap greater benefits in the longer term.
Whether you’re a small business with a solitary Twitter account, a mid sized agency using the latest monitoring tools, or a huge corporation with a multi-million dollar Facebook campaign , at some point, we all will make mistakes playing the social...
TiPb checks out the best, most must-have RSS news feed reader apps to load up on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch
Have an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch and curious which are the best, most must-have RSS feed reading apps you need to check out? We’ve already covered readers in general, from eBooks to comics, but this time we really wanted to focus on RSS news. So if you want to keep your syndication really simple, and yourself up to date with the latest new, read on for TiPb’s top 5 most recommended RSS feed readings apps for iOS...
Social Media continues to be a major player in marketing themes presented at Advertising Week. Booz & Company and Buddy Media presented findings from a recently conducted joint-research study examining major companies across multiple industries.
Facebook has perhaps become best known for its “Like” button. You can like news stories, videos, and whatever else your friends decide to post in the newsfeed.
With f8′s announcement of Open Graph (Want to know everything that happened at Facebook’s f8 this year? Here you go.), one of the most exciting things announced was that developers can now make up their own verbs and actions people can take on content. Something like “Watch”, “Listen”, and “Read” will surely be seen on buttons in apps everywhere.
All Facebook points out that the one thing Facebook doesn’t want you to ever do is “dislike” something.