This article from Investment News demonstrates that social media helps attorneys and financial advisers Be a Person (http://bit.ly/OrderBeAPerson). Good thing that Morgan Stanley now alllows their advisers use social media!
Facebook shook up the social media world this week. The social networking giant released some major updates to its platform, which came as part of Facebook's annual f8 event and also included a few pre-event announcements.
A really good summary of Facebook's recently-announced changes.
Seven social media facts you need now.(RT @eDialog: How #Social Media Is Changing and What It Means for Your Marketing http://t.co/7ZuZ8fJn...)...
The best one is #3: Don't think social media is only Facebook. Another good one is: IBM research shows that 23 percent of consumers (or roughly one in five) go to social media sites to connect with brands. I'm surprised it's so high. Most brands on social media are soooooo booooring!!!
You might have come across blogs indicating the trick to get back the old Facebook UI by changing the preferred language to English (UK), and indeed the trick stopped working as Facebook fixed the issue.
Hewlett-Packard Co. Vice President Scott McClellan gave away more than his job status when he mentioned the computer maker's new Web-storage initiative in his profile on professional networking site LinkedIn.
In a survey 82 percent said they use social media data for competitive intelligence. Remember, Google is your permanent record.
Sometimes you need a separate, dedicated site to highlight a certain product or promotion. Here are some tips from the people behind Serenading Unicorn, Burton Bag Check and Mollydooker Winery's Label Our Lefty.
Everyone wants to know how to go viral. There are no tried and true rules - otherwise, everything would be viral - but here are a few good ideas
Facebook announces some changes that 78 percent of users hate, and Google+ opens its doors to the public and gains 9 million users in two days. Is the 600 pound gorilla suffering from self-inflicted wounds?
Written by Clara Shih Clara Shih is the author of The Facebook Era: Tapping Social Networks to Market, Sell, and Innovate, and CEO of social media management company Hearsay Social.
Even more evidence that Forbes gets social media. This is a very good article about a subject near and dear: Social media benefits across the enterprise. And no, it's not just sales and marketing . . .
Over 1.7 Billion Mobile Social Networking Users in 2016 Means Facebook Needs ...
ABI Research says, "To strengthen its hand in the short term we expect Facebook to aggressively take advantage of HTML5, but in the longer term it should absolutely become a mobile operating system of its own."
Great. That's just what we need. Another mobile platform . . .
Many people don’t associate big business with social responsibility. Beth Comstock, the chief marketing officer at GE, thinks that’s completely backwards. Comstock believes the key to business success is innovation.
Seth Godin always posts short, pithy blogs that make you think. This one's about standing out in the marketplace - "One of the disrupting forces of the new media is that it makes harder and harder to succeed without wow."