Instagram users are rebelling after the photo app changed its terms of service. It didn't have to be this way. Read this article by Nathan Bransford on CNET News. (RT @CNET: Instagram isn't the product.
Imagine that your laptop display weighs 800 pounds. But you can still open it and close it and re-open it as you like, gently pushing it to just the right angle. And when you let go, it stays exactly where you put it.
Business-to-business social media marketing has always been a harder nut to crack than its business to consumer counterpart. A new study suggests that a refusal to embrace new social channels might be one reason why.
While more B2B marketers are using social media sites than ever before, Facebook (83 percent), Twitter (80 percent) and LinkedIn (80 percent) are far and away the platforms of choice for the majority of brands, with YouTube (61 percent) and Google+ (39 percent) rounding out the top five.
Pinterest is used by just one in four B2B marketers (26 percent), and Instagram less than one in ten (7 percent).
I logged into Facebook Yesterday and was prompted to review my privacy settings. It looks like Facebook has changed the way users can view their settings in an easier way. I find that Facebook makes it more complicated ...
8 ways to promote your company's events on Facebook
SUMMARY: A well-run Facebook campaign can be a cost-effective way to promote small-business events, writes Amy Porterfield. Create an Events page, share it widely and consider using paid ads to maximize turnout, she advises. "Turn your event into a Page Post Ad by clicking 'export event' and creating an ad for your target audience.
+1. What's This? Social-media-memorial. Kate Freeman 2012-12-26 21:30:52 UTC. San Francisco resident Sarah Buhr's friend Tiffany passed away a couple of months ago but Buhr still hears from her on Facebook.
Facebook has made strides in 2012. A billion users and a smart new Timeline UI punctuate a banner year for the world's most important social network. But 2012 also marks aggressive moves to expand and monetize -- some ...
As a brand with a Social Media Strategy, you may try to achieve a variety of different goals. I do not know where your individual aims are set to, but I know that you will be seeking for the maximum range when you go posting ...
Technorati Dear Today Show, Here's Why You Need to Know Social Media Mashable It's not OK to know nothing about social media or the Internet anymore. It's especially not OK if you are an anchor for a major network TV news program.
The big players got bigger in 2012, and they show no sign of slowing down. But Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have company. Just don't bet on MySpace ever being an important player again. Read this article by Daniel Terdiman on CNET News.
Brafton Facebook's "pay-for-delivery" could revolutionize social media marketing Brafton Facebook introduced a small experiment in the United States that allows individuals to pay for messages to reach leads' social inboxes.
And there you have it: even the greatest luminaries on her brother's billion-strong network cannot always navigate their way in the choppy waters of social media privacy. Facebook took steps to address this kind of problem ...
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