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Posted on October 30th 2007
For those of you who can't bear to be a moment without your favorite social media web site, help has arrived. Just click on "Copy Me," choose "to my website" and then paste the code in the right place in your blog or web site. Voila!
It is no secret that social media sites are becoming popular by the day; these platforms are being used for more than just meeting new people. Businesses around the globe are starting to utilize them as a way to increase their marketing efforts and help to get their brand noticed online.
According to police in the UK the number of alleged crimes involving social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook has increased eight-fold in Britain alone. During 2012, more than 650 people were charged and more than 4,900 offences reported in total...
Here’s an excellent example of the importance of responding to a Social Media crisis before it is too late. On December 19th, 2011, a YouTube user (username “goobie55″) uploaded video of a FedEx delivery person throwing a video monitor into his/her yard.
Instead of engaging customers on social media, most companies still rely on marketing the old fashioned way – a vestige from the industrial age! Marketing processes being followed today by most companies are still very similar to what was done in the industrial age.
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