If you've been following me for long you know I don't really put much faith in Klout, their methodology, and the whole quant approach to measuring social media influence. It's really all about engagement.
Part 6 of our series, What CIOs Need to Know About Social Media.
Trolls can wreck your community. And pretty much every community eventually has its trolls. Trolls exhibit negative, hostile, antisocial, and deliberately provocative behavior. They may have an axe to grind, or they may just be people who thrive on discord, on getting a rise out of people, and who may not really value the community. We say may not because there are some trolls who just can’t help themselves. They may actually be the most committed members of your community. They just have the type of personality that produces antisocial behavior.
CNETFacebook sued over tracking users after logoutCNETFacebook is getting more heat over two controversial practices--tracking users after they log out and new automatic "frictionless sharing." The tracking, done with cookies on users' computers, ...
This is a good move. Facebook not only will track users after logging out, but will also track non-users who go to their home page. A scandalous invasion of privacy . . .
new study by Booz & Company and Buddy Media, shows that social media is coming into its own as a customer service tool, a way of conducting market research and even a way to handle internal communications.
Wait. You mean social media isn't all about sales and marketing? Huh?
Among people aged 18-34, the most active social networkers, social media buzz is most closely aligned with TV ratings for the premiere of a show. A few weeks prior to a show’s premiere, a 9% increase in buzz volume correlates to a 1% increase in ratings among this group. As the middle of the season approaches and then the finale, the correlation is slightly weaker, but still significant, with a 14% increase in buzz corresponding to a 1% increase in ratings.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
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Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.