iAbout 490 people saw a tweet I sent out, but did they enjoy it? Meet social media’s invisible audience—and the inevitable questions that this crowd elicits.
this is interesting... we have seen evidence of this "invisible audience" when talked to some of our friends who we believed followed us on Facebook to help us out we have been amazed at some of the feedback we had without being prompted. We learned that just because you can't see the interaction or measure it doesn't mean it's not happening.
The social network also generates more traffic than YouTube, Google+ and LinkedIn combined. And when it comes to money per click, Pinterest generates 27 percent more money than Facebook and 400 percent more than Twitter. Because of these numbers, you have no choice but to leverage Pinterest.
And to show you how can you use Pinterest to promote your business, the folks at Emerchantbroker have created a nifty infographic called "How To Become a Pinterest Warrior" that breaks down everything you need to know about the visual based social network - Pinterest.v
While donating your time and money to your favourite charities are great ways to support the causes you care about, you may be unaware of other opportunities to make a difference. As an example, did you know that you can use your social media accounts to raise the profiles of your favourite charities? Keep reading …
why not share this with your followers / members or your charity
Last week, Grant Thornton's Not for Profit group published a paper, 'Growing communities: How charity leaders govern social media globally to thrive online' which highlights what most of us already know: social media is ...
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