Google introduced yet another design revamp for its Google+ social product at its I/O developer conference on Wednesday, the second visual overhaul for the service in about two years.
And guess what? Like many other startup visual layouts today, it’s beginning to look a lot like Pinterest.
Ivo Nový's insight:
Three-column design spreads the content — photos, video, etc. — across the whole screen instead of relegating it to the single column Google+ uses today. Something cool: Photos and video are dynamic, sometimes spreading out over the entire column view.
This week, developers and tech-geeks nationwide met at the annual Google I/O Developer Conference in San Francisco for three days of product plans, apps, and updates galore. Social media marketers and small businesses should pay special attention to their Google+ updates.
John Jantsch talks about podcasting. Podcasting is making a comeback thanks to a growing consumer demand for content. If you're not listening to podcasts, or better yet, producing your own audio content, you better reconsider.
Followers of brands on social media expect a two-way and more from companies than ever before. Followers are not only looking for the newest coupon or information on the “Spring Line,” they want to be heard!
Over the last decade, social media monitoring has become a primary form of business intelligence, used to identify, predict, and respond to consumer behavior.
Listening to what your customers, competitors, critics, and supporters are saying about you is key to getting great results from your social media campaigns. There are countless tools out there, offering many ways to analyze, measure, display, and create reports about your engagement efforts.
Klout, like other disruptive companies, has been trying to figure out the best way to provide value to the people who use it. Klout has definitely succeeded in becoming a noteworthy metric to help identify influencers.