“ There was once a day when the only way to communicate was to write a real letter, physically talk to a person or dial a telephone. When you got on the bus in the morning, commuters were catching up on current affairs by reading articles in a newspaper rather thanRead more”
Via Philippe Trebaul
“ INFOGRAPHIE + TÉMOIGNAGE // Après le community manager, c’est au tour du social media manager d’être la coqueluche des recruteurs. Zoom sur ce métier en charge de l’e-reputation des entreprises”
Via Isabelle Clément, Philippe Trebaul
How I Use Automation To Manage Scheduled Tweets Let’s start with the how, because I know sharing processes can really help those who may just be starting out. Last December, I wrote a post on the exact process I use for distributing content, so if you’ve got the time I encourage you to take a peek. There are three main tools I use to schedule my tweets (personally and professionally): KloutIFTTTSprout Social...
Via Jeff Domansky, Marco Favero
“Name one brand that isn’t in social media.Give up?That’s because today, when something is not in social media, it probably doesn’t exist. People, events, brands, even government institutions are engaging their followers through social media.Brands invest in social media marketing because it doesn’t just guarantee awareness or increase profit. Social media gives you a platform to be closer to your followers and ultimately earn their loyalty.As a blogger, you may not have thought about it, but you need to see what you do as a business. You have to build your brand – if you want to succeed, that is.A survey by The Social Habit showed that 53% of Americans who follow brands in social media channels are more loyal to those brands.”
Via Jeff Domansky
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