When a person checks their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram feeds, several things demand his or her attention. If you are a brand trying to reach and resonate with this person, how can you earn their attention? Here's how!
Consumers are now generating 25% of the marketing content that shows up when they look for brands online. The good thing is that consumers are more likely to trust that information . The bad thing is that you did not write it.
The abundance of social sites also makes us vulnerable to various online threats. If the truth be told, we are only one-wrong-move-away from being hacked, cyber-bullied, virus-attacked and more. So is it possible to stay secure and anonymous online? Yes it is. Here is how.
Facebook at Work is Facebook's answer to work communications apps and services like Slack and Yammer. The basic level of service on Facebook at Work will be free for companies to use, but the addition of options like analytics, apps, and customer support will require payment.
By now we've all heard about Australian Instagram star Essena O'Neill and how she is quitting Instagram and decrying the pressure that social media puts on individuals to present their lives as unnaturally perfect. In all the hoopla over O'Neill's departure from social, other more important news may have been lost: Socality Barbie has quit Instagram. I know, I'm heartbroken too.
Social media has been used for years as means for brands to connect with their fans and show transparency, and for friends and family members to keep in touch with each other. The common denominator here is transparency—you know who the posts are coming from. With Yik Yak , it's a different story...