Category Archives: Social media
Within the digital community there’s a lot of talk about influence lately.
After an initial explore of Google+ it’s obvious that the circles concept—a user friendly version of the Facebook “friends list”—has some exciting potential for business.
‘Engaging’ on social media is not the end of the story. Your business needs to be able to follow-through or you risk creating negative brand equity.
Is Twitter really just a bunch of status updates?
Social media provides a fast-paced environment for public commentary. More than ever companies need social media policy and procedures in place to deal with public sentiment, be it negative or even, as I found out this week, overly positive.
Three of the best links flying around the Internet this week. In my opinion … of course. 1. Five Ways to Use Social Data to Grow Your Business, by Social Media Examiner. Tweeted by Meltwater Buzz. But more about that in a … Continue reading →
Good question. Launched publicly from a beta model six months ago, I must confess that I’d heard very little about Quora until yesterday where with the speed of referral that is the phenomenon of the social media grapevine, Quora hit … Continue reading →