Social media allow military families a deeper connection. Social media networks and fast Internet connections in remote parts of the world are revolutionizing what it means to be deployed to a war zone or other post, experts say.
Napkin Labs turns Facebook ‘Likes’ into Customer Insight with New Brainstorm App is a news post on crowdsourcing in consultingNapkin Labs has launched a new Facebook app to help brands get the most out of their fans by enabling them to crowdsource...
Few organizations have an overarching strategy that channels all this branded content into a consolidated planning model. In parallel, we see lack of defined leadership for overall orchestration and accountability for content-driven programs.
This will become a business priority as companies seek more discipline in how stories are conveyed – not to mention cost savings that come with more disciplined sourcing, curating and production.
Look for new leaders and content functions to emerge to support a range of marketing disciplines and community programs. And as part impart new ways to help teams understand how content plays holistically within plans that reflect the way people now consume and share content...."
Social media monitoring service Reppler surveyed more than 300 hiring professionals to determine when and how job recruiters are screening job candidates on different social media sites. (91% of employers use social media to screen future employees.
Social-media contest for studentsThe NationEach team of contestants, which must have three to five members, will have to choose one of the centres and study its roles and duties and the benefits for local people.
by Mealand Ragland-Hudgins, Daily News Journal Students in Jackie Gilbert’s Principles of Marketing class at MTSU have spent the semester studying five forms of bullying in an effort to share them with students at Oakland High.
Trinity University turning to social media to advance scientific researchSan Antonio Business JournalThe #SciFund Challenge is an experiment started by California biologists Dr. Jai Ranganathan and Dr.
Employee-tracking software has been around for some time, but the old systems were clunky, had to be locally installed, and the data couldn’t really be shared. Plus, workers had to enter tons of information every time they logged in to keep the system updated.
New systems remove all those complications by operating much like the social networking sites most employees already use. Proponents of the systems say companies can benefit by being able to do things like project hiring needs by looking at how long employees stay on a project.
Others say it helps by tracking employee utilization by better understanding how their time is spent, or where they go when they say they are “going to visit a client.”
In a nondescript building in Virginia, analysts are tracking millions of tweets, blog posts, and Facebook updates from around the world (Hey @ddrrnt You think we should tell the CIA about Nemetics or let them figure it out themselves?
I thought I had my social media game covered on all fronts: Twitter, check. Facebook, check. Even Skype, which I like to include as a necessary tool for connecting real-time, check-check!
Until I realized that I am missing one giant piece of the puzzle, and it is not even a new kid on the block. It is an old timer that has been around for a while and still goes by the same name: LinkedIn. LinkedIn? Really?
What more can you really do on LinkedIn besides creating a nice static profile, connecting with a few people in your network, getting a couple of recommendations, and then letting it collect digital dust?
I was missing the point altogether. Now that I’ve had a chance to dig in deep under the surface of LinkedIn, I want to tell you why it is smart and even profitable to have a professional presence and engagement on LinkedIn....
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