This is part III of our mini-series on intrapreneurship, in which we talk to people who have the words ‘innovation’ or ‘intrapreneur’ on their business card. We are bringing you this series because we partnered with the excellent Intrapreneurship Conference in Barcelona in December (hurry, only 8 tickets left!).
Social Media and Your Business: Selecting your Focus Networks Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google +, and the list of social media sites goes (Which Social Network Should Your Business Key on?
We know everyone is a little bummed about all those filtered photos disappearing from your Twitter streams this weekend, but let's not get all worked up about it: They are disappearing, and there is no scandal.
Advertising is an important requirement for any business. This aspect of business caters to informing the consumers of a product and its benefits. No business can be successful without meaningful advertisement. There are different kinds of business advertisements and these can be altered to fit the requirement of a company, irrespective to its type and size.
It’s one of the toughest questions in politics: How do you get people to change their behavior?
Psychological influences are different from attempts at rational, emotional and material persuasion because they do most of their work outside conscious awareness. Hiding in plain sight, they trigger involuntary responses in the human subconscious that most people are powerless to resist – even when they know they’re being influenced.
If you don’t have a clear policy you’re exposed! This article helps you consider the key things in creating one. (Writing a social media policy for your firm: Engaging on Social Media is hard, but its the only way to get good ...
Back in July, 2011, Americans spent around 88 billion minutes each month on social networks. That's nothing compared to how much time was spent on social networks a year on, as a recent report from Nielsen reveals.
I have to admit that when I first read the results of a survey of marketers done by PR firm Matter Communications, I was tempted to write this article in a very satirical voice - even more satirical then I normally do.
The expression of passion is no more evident than on Pinterest. So if you love fashion, create a Pinterest account and start pinning photos of images that display what has caught your eye.
Self expression has indeed become the new entertainment. Some are bloggers and others aren’t. The top three on this list also have a blog. One of the top five pinners is the mother of one the co-founders of Pinterest.
In looking at the list, the dominance of design, fashion and food is obvious and seems to be a mandatory requirement to join the elite. This topic dominance also displays the majority female demographic that is prominent on Pinterest.
According to some statistics the ladies share of Pinterest users is 80%.
1. Joy Cho on Pinterest
Followers on Pinterest: 11,689,972 Location: Los Angeles Number of Boards: 77
2. Bekka Palmer on Pinterest
Followers on Pinterest: 7,723,465 Location: Brooklyn, New York Number of Boards: 36
3. Bonny Tsang on Pinterest
Followers on Pinterest: 7,382,335 Location: Los Angeles Number of Boards: 42
4. Maryann Rizzo on Pinterest
Followers on Pinterest: 7,314,878 Location: Northeast, USA Number of boards: 245
5. Jane Wang on Pinterest
Followers on Pinterest: 7,114,529 Location: Unknown Number of boards: 98