Social media networks are continuing to grow led by some key factors. These include mobile usage and acceptance by the older generation. Google+ is now the second largest network, Twitter is the fastest growing with Facebook still the biggest.
Social media has grown a lot since 2010, and marketers have undoubtedly become a bit more comfortable with new media, but the problems of competency and time still haunt a business’s marketing efforts.
SEO itself has always been somewhat of a barrier to entry for online success.
In other words, for a new person it’s so complex that it takes a long time to understand all the little things that search engines, Google specifically, are asking for. Time, capital, and energy are necessary to rank pages on the world’s most popular search engine.
Twitter is the fastest growing social networking site in the world, with more than one in five global web users logging in once a month. New figures show the top countries on Twitter - with some surprising results.
It often can be difficult to approach social media marketing and find new ways to promote your website or business. Social media sites can be great avenues to connect with ingenious ways to get the word out to people.
This posts highlights what's necessary to become an exceptional marketer and gives specific examples around the role of a social media manager. The perfect age for my Social Media Manager in my opinion is 23-28.
Understanding the demographics of social media users is critical to effective, well-targeted social media marketing.
Luckily, a new infographic from DocStoc and the Pew Research Center is bestowing on marketers today a wealth of invaluable information that marketers can use.
From Pinterest’s primary appeal to rural residents, to Instagram’s resounding appeal to urban residents and 18-29 year olds, learn more about the demographics driving today’s top social networks at this graphic.
It didn’t take long for visiting New York University professor Geoffrey Miller to start damage control last week after he told “obese PhD applicants” they wouldn’t have the will power to finish dissertations if they “didn’t have the willpower to stop eating carbs.”
...Don’t think his backpedaling will help him out, however. Whether your bio warns that “views are my own” or that “RTs aren’t endorsements,” Twitter disclaimers won’t save you when questionable social media use gets you in hot water at work....
Penguin 2.0 affected 2.3% of all English-US queries. Lest 2.3% sound to you like a smallish number, keep in mind that there are an estimated 5 billion Google searches per day. 2.3% of 5 billion is a lot.... It’s happened. With one blog post, the rollout of an algorithm, and a couple hours of processing, Penguin 2.0 has been unleashed. The Internet will never be the same. Matt Cutts published a brief post on the topic on May 22, 2013. Here are four key points that you should know about Penguin 2.0....
Here's a list of top 5 things companies should strictly avoid on every social space. Learn more about social media, and how to use social space most effectively. (Without an audience, there is no show.
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