When cloud computing service provider Nimbula hires employees for its South Africa development office, the Mountain View, California, company turns to social networking, not recruiters, to find workers.
I guess it was inevitable, but we're quickly seeing companies dividing up into two social media camps: those that get it, and those that don't. Take one (Lessons of the exterminator: Transforming your social media, one customer at a time
The top reason for following or liking a brand, company or celebrity on social networking sites is to receive discounts and special offers, according to a recent survey of global online consumers conducted by Nielsen.
In today's technologically driven world, businesses are quickly finding the Internet to be a highly effective and cost-efficient method of advertising. Large and small businesses alike are benefiting from the advantages social media marketing ...
I came across an excellent post yesterday by Allen Harkleroad, a small business owner I have met over at the social news site Mixx, where he outlines some of the lessons he has learned playing and marketing on social networking sites.
These days, Social/Local/Mobile seems to be driving much of the conversation about online opportunities. Nielsen and NM Incite, drawing upon their vast information on consumer intent and behavior, illustrate the most valuable digital consumers.
Partly to stay one step ahead of pesky competitor Google+, Facebook introduced the controversial Timeline that automatically adds status updates, photos, and ongoing as well as “historical” events onto a member’s profile.
Today being Wednesday, the odds are better than any other day you’ll share this post with someone else. Or so say the stats from social sharing service AddThis, one of several it compiled into an infographic.