The Demographics Of Social Media Audiences, And The Unique Opportunities ... Business Insider Each social media platform has a unique identity based on who uses the network and how they're engaging on the site.
I wrote this article in late 2009, but it is as spot on today as ever. The post is based on a formula first advocated by Chris Brogan. It doesn't tell you how many minutes to spend. It tells you how to divide the time you have. Good stuff to keep in mind to keep your efforts balanced.
There are so many kinds and styles to choose from depending on what occasion you're using it in. The great thing about hats is that they make for excellent promotional items. Want to know which ones from Branders deserve to be in your list?
"What most LinkedIn users aren't aware of is that the results displayed for [LinkedIn] searches aren't random. LinkedIn uses an internal set of algorithms to prioritize certain profiles over others, giving the businesses and individuals who have optimized their accounts correctly a leg up in using the service to find jobs, clients and more.
Click through the photo for tips on optimizing for a strong ranking in LinkedIn's internal search results.
Some had commented that the infographic that was posted on my Scoop.it page was hard to read. Apologies. This is now downloadable at http://bit.ly/PAveas
A brand is like the lead character of its own story. And like any story character, brands have values and beliefs that become associated with them through their actions. The challenge for marketers is to characterize their brands first before...
New Promotional Ideas from MyPromoShop This Holiday SeasonPR.com (press release)With the holidays just around the corner, showing appreciation to loyal customers and thanking them for their patronage is now easier with MyPromoShop's range of...
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