In the game of Tinder, you win or you get bored and give up. That is pretty much standard operating procedure for anyone with a smartphone and a libido...
Pierrick Fischer's insight:
Having been in a relationship for several years, I have missed on the big mundane games of dating/hookup apps. Now a single man, I am so bad at flirting I manage to scare off the few people that attract me. I need HELP. These tips for Tindr can be extended to many dating apps:
- Double check your profile photo with an impartial friend
- Get creative and effective in your bio
- Remain lighthearted when you message people
- Log in when people are on, like on lunch breaks or after 5 PM
Slightly overcharged infographics but it reminds you of the importance of creating emotional content on social media. I see many neutral posts/tweets on company pages. Yet I think this is another hint of how important it is to drive emotions (good ones of course) to expand your reach and make your content shareable, viral!
Almost everyone has an account on at least one of the major social networks on the Internet either Facebook, Twitter, Google +, or Pinterest. Some people like me have accounts on all four social networks and use the different social networks for different reasons. A main reason we use social networks is to engage with other people either with our friends and family, or anyone who has our same interests.
Here are some things to think about when you are writing a post for your social network.
Well-conceived infographic that gives you all the basic keys to crafting great content on social media.
Two things, for Facebook especially:
- consider using hashtags. I have noticed they give an extra boost already.
- FORGET about these general time table and use the new Facebook Insights to figure out what's the best wtime to reach YOUR community. As it grows, you may find that optimum time changes so make sure you monitor it :)
LinkedIn or Google+:Which Is Best for B2B Marketers EContent (press release) For some time, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn have been the "big three" of social media, but a new and very powerful player -- Google+ -- has changed the social media...
" I talked a little about sentiment analysis earlier. Sentiment analysis mainly tracks the prevailing opinion of your brand and it’s most effective for larger brands, especially consumer brands. For smaller brands, there just aren’t enough mentions of your brand to make sentiment analysis very insightful. For small brands, scouring specific websites, such as Yelp, EOpinions, and other places likely provides more insights regarding prevailing opinions about your brand".
Looking for some detailed insight into your brand's performance on the web? Think about "sentiment analysis".
"Sentiment analysis" is a way to track and monitor your brand's reputation on social media, using an automated system, which needs to be checked regularly for correcting language and figures of speech (i.e. "bad ass" = good).
Software that work well to perform it include: IBM, salesforce.com, Trackur and more.
Have you ever performed "sentiment analysis" on your brand? I am wondering about the exactness of such analysis. You need to have a super performant system, well customized to have a fair overview of your brand reputation. And still, there is I think a large space for mistakes...
Whether for your personal profile or your brand page, the desire and question of how to schedule Google Plus posts is one that comes up daily, yet the answers aren't obvious. Here are ALL of your options.
Pierrick Fischer's insight:
Unlike Facebook, Google+ doesn't allow you to schedule posts on your page... Yet a Google + page it is often a must to have a comprehensive social media strategy.
The solution: browser extensions like Hootsuite or DoShare ! #Social Media #SMM #tricks
Did you know that 97 percent of top brands are using Twitter in 2013, compared to just 62 percent in 2011?
Recent data that surveyed more than 250 leading brands in the U.S. and UK, shows that two-thirds had multiple accounts on Twitter. More than half (57 percent) had switched the tools they used to tweet in the last year, and firms in the States tweeted significantly more than their counterparts across the Atlantic...
In less than a decade social media has changed the world and helped to reshape brands and businesses of all shapes and sizes across almost every industry throughout the globe, but it’s been particularly beneficial as a consumer service tool – both for firms and their customers.
Early last year we learned that one hour of YouTube is uploaded every second. It was a bracing reminder of just how many people are spending their time online simultaneously.
Created by rewards site Qmee, the infographic "Online In 60 Seconds" is a pie chart that shows off the sheer amount of online activity that takes place every single minute. The amount of YouTube videos uploaded has already increased from January 2012's 60 hours per minute to 72. Additionally, over 1.8 million things are liked on Facebook, and 278 thousand bon mots tweeted. Not depicted in the chart: the amount of work that is going undone while all of these items are being viewed.
Professional networking service LinkedIn blasted through the 100-million-user mark in March, making it even more powerful for finding a job, keeping up with colleagues and promoting your resume.
LinkedIn is growing so quickly, it's adding a new member each second. As the size of its network grows, LinkedIn is steadily getting more useful. But how are people really using the fast-growing service? Researchers at Lab 42 asked 500 LinkedIn users that question and many more, and came up with a variety of answers in this infographic.
Among the fun facts they uncovered: We found it interesting the way top level executives use the service in vastly different ways from entry-level workers. Let us know in the comments how you like to use LinkedIn, or if you don't use the service, why not?...