Happy fifth birthday, Twitter! While five years seems like a blink of an eye, in the world of social media, you're a mature adult now. And you're ranked as one of the ten most visited websites worldwide by web traffic analyst Alexa.
Here’s a cautionary tale about just how vulnerable Facebook pages can be if you’re unlucky.
Earlier this year there was controversy around the withdrawal of a number of Facebook Pages belonging to well-known technology blogs like Ars Technica and NeoWin. As was reported at the time, Facebook acted on bogus intellectual property claims from people who told the social network that these Pages violated their trademarks. As is its policy, Facebook withdrew the Pages without any prior investigation.
There are many online meeting organizers are out there for every type of computer users, but getting by good ones and free is not that easy. That is why I am sharing Five Simply Effortless Tools For Meeting And Scheduling.
Most plan to integrate campaigns targeting mobile users into broader efforts.
Mobile advertising is on the upswing, with eMarketer estimating US advertisers will spend just over $1.1 billion on the medium this year, rising to $1.5 billion in 2012. But for many marketers, mobile is still in the relatively early stages, with sporadic or disconnected efforts not tied to an overall marketing campaign.
Maybe the ol' trustfund just kicked in. Maybe you've decided you too own a chunk of Facebook, and actually managed to get them to settle. Whatever the case, you're sitting on a fat pile of cash and are feelin' gaudy, good taste be damned.
Today Empire Avenue launched Branded Luxury Items and Achievements with XBOX leading the way, and Big Train on board as well! With these items, players on Empire Avenue will be able to show off just how much they enjoy certain products when they buy them, and earn subsequent achievements for doing so.
Chances are you or your company already has some form of social media presence. With Merchant Circle reporting that nearly two-thirds of all SMB owners using Facebook alone to promote their business, it’s a market simply too large to ignore. But how did you get there? Was your social media program developed organically, or was a strategic plan formulated beforehand? Whether you’re contemplating taking the social media plunge, or just need to take a step back and review your current efforts, let’s have a look at 4 social media fundamentals to consider and/or review.