What are the impact(s) that technological advancements (i.e Social Media, CRM, SCM, etc.) are having on the supply chain, sales, business performance, and continued long-term growth of Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
Even though traditional forms of advertising can still be used to engage customers, social media is the median that should be used more in order to reach more customers, potential customers, supporters, and followers thus creating more retention...
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Now with Facebook also joining the game with #HashTags, I'm glad I explored this topic while providing a little advice for everyone. What are your toughts on the #HashTag Revolution we are experiencing?
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This piece was written by Matthew Ingram on Gigaom
"With new changes that offer personalized search results -- most of which are being taken from its own Google+ social network -- Google has just made social connections and links the new search-engine optimization strategy"
This is a good analysis presented to readers by Mathew Ingram where he describes how Google recently changed their search results to include their new social networking site Google+. The impacts this change may have on the media industry and in particular “social media,” is great, as Google loves to throw their weight around now that they are trying their luck at the social side of things.
To expand upon Mathew’s point… the time where Media Specialists could use tools such as Twitter like RSS feeds is over and now people and companies must engage their audiences through +1’s, comments, likes, or curation.
Let’s face it, social media companies along Google will continue to innovative, so we all have a better chance of finding others or being found. It is not the innovation’s themselves that matter, rather how we work together as a whole to innovate further.
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How will Supply Chain Management (SCM), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Social Media, and other technological system advancements impact people and other (i.e. Small-to-Medium Enterprises) organizations in the years ahead.
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