People don’t want to hear that their “social media monitoring” isn’t monitoring social media. If it is only monitoring public posts on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and similar platforms, it’s not monitoring social media. It’s monitoring a handful of select platforms and probably missing a majority of the conversation.
Last week, a group of people in love with their online community bought the business interests of that community from their owner by pooling their money and that of investors committed to saving a piece of Internet history.
Social networks The world of social media might be crowded, but that’s certainly not stopping new players entering the market. The success of Pinterest and Instagram this year has shown that it’s possible for relative newcomers to make a big impact.
Whether you’ve watched a TED talk or not, you’ve no doubt heard of them or seen/heard someone quote them. If you ever have sat down to watch one, you know that it’s like a potato chip or a good piece of chocolate — you can’t do just one.
Can your company spare $15 in return for a possible large amount of exposure? Yes? Then it whip out and try FaceBook promote post! But before you do, ask yourself what you're going to promote. Let me guess: a promo code to sell your product, right?
Tweet Tweet Google has been brutalizing spammy websites for the last year with several aggressive updates. Penguin and Panda are the two most notable. While Panda targeted poor content, Penguin was targeting, for the most part, poor links.
In June, Google+ said they had 250m registrants and 150m+ active participants. Last week, Google+ said they have 400m registrants and 100m+ active participants. Google+ sees this as a major accomplishment.
What sets creatives apart from everyone else. People who are creative can be either introverted or extroverted. They are conservative or liberal-minded. Creatives can be both insecure and confident or...
When I saw a giant donut with the words “Randy’s Donuts” in my Instagram feed last week, I didn’t think anything of it. When I saw it was posted by (skateboarder) Tony Hawk, I didn’t think anything of it. When I read the caption, “Just hid a signed skateboard under the white dumpster here,” I became interested.
Google Alerts is one of the most powerful free tools available, but it is often overlooked. It monitors the Web for words and phrases and even sends you an email or updates an RSS feed every time it finds a new result.
The psychology behind people believing they aren't creative. Creative thinking is an innate ability in each of us. If you have a brain that functions fairly well you can dream up new ideas. It’s that...
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