Corporate Culture: To Facebook Or Not To Facebook →
agsalesworks: Yes, I go on Facebook at work. But it’s not what you think, well most of the time. I have a hand in managing our Company’s Facebook page, and while I know there are a lot of nay-sayers out there that lament that social media has little effect on a company’s actual success, I am here to tell you nay-sayers that you are wrong! Read More Buffer
The Social Media landscape in China
307 million consumers in China are expected to use social networks in 2012. Social networks are censored. Facebook is banned. The government temporarily shut down some networks in March 2012. Despite these aspects, many people are using Social media. Popular examples are Sina Weibo (the most popular network in top-tier cities) or Renren (No. 1 among college students). So what works in Social...
The Social Media Map
Overdrive Interactive has released the latest version of its Social Media Map. The main purpose is to act as a social media reference guide that applies an organized and categorized view to a rapidly expanding landscape of sites and applications. I was listening to the history of the map recently, as told by Harry J. Gold, the CEO of Overdrive Interactive. The map has had a colorful history...
Pinterest Attribution and Easy Sharing with Flickr →
pinterest: Pins are the most useful when they link back to the original source. Today, we’re excited to announce that we’ve worked with Flickr and other communities to make it easier to pin and credit content creators. Images with sharing enabled on Flickr now have a Pin It button, and pins from Flickr now… Read on Buffer
Are you making the best use of Social Media with...
In a recent survey by eGain it was found that 5% of 18-35 year olds use Twitter or Facebook before resorting to any other means of communication. Here is another finding from the survey: 47% of UK consumers will go online (email and web chat) to complain about a product or service rather than choose traditional methods of placing a phone call (33%) or writing a letter (17%). Email proved the...