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Is your business a pacesetter, follower, or dabbler? If you're on Facebook, this probably sounds like one of BuzzFeed's personality quizzes. It’s actually part of the latest IBM Tech Trends study, “Raising the Game.” IBM evaluated the adoption landscape of four key technologies in the enterprise: big data and analytics, cloud, mobile and social, and compared today’s adoption with 2012’s between what they called “pacesetters” and “dabblers.”
It's that time of year again when students head back to the classroom. Their cell phones have become an everyday part of their school supplies just like paper, pens, and textbooks. Parents, instructors, and coaches can help kids learn to use social media responsibly by following these five tips on how to take social media back-to-school
Suddenly typing stopped being a job or a career and it became a skill every entry-level employee needed to have. Eventually it worked its way up the corporate ladder and eventually even senior executives would type at least some of the own communications. Social media is a lot like typing.
You may be wondering why you need to start thinking about social engagement in your email marketing. The short answer is because mobile is on the rise. Year over year we are seeing more people opening email on their phone or tablet rather than desktop.
Social Media has become one of the most amazing platforms for people to connect with one another. They are also gradually replacing the matrimonial websites on the internet. And love, including the long-distance relationships, is blossoming on social media more than ever before, as people across geographies are connecting with one another using these platforms.
Imagine yourself as a key decision maker in a small to mid size B2B technology company. You have limited budgets to spare and are looking to distribute it on various elements of your marketing mix like social media and SEO. How do you go about deciding how much to spend on each? This post tries to explore correlation if any between your social media and SEO efforts.
In his recent social media bestseller, “Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook,” Gary Vaynerchuk tells marketers and businesses what boxing can teach them about marketing. The rules of boxing haven't changed over years, and the same holds true for marketing.
If you use social media for business, you would benefit from goals, focus and consistency. It requires a thorough understanding of how social media work (and I would like to stress the word social here) and how to optimize your efforts on the various platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
Blog categories and tags are the tools used to organize content for your readers, and you are going to have to make some decisions about them.
Facebook's organic post visibility is falling every month and is growing ever closer to zero. These 11 Facebook anti-algorithm tactics will help get your fan engagement back.