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Open Web has the ability to collect a person’s public information from up to 50 different social networks. This tool is to help employers and recruiters obtain a more personal profile of possible candidates in the technology industry.
Companies are already posting on Vine including Trident, Ritz and Dove. Creativity is definitely a requirement with a six second window as you see soap being bowled into shampoo bottles set up as pins, random people chewing in unique ways and a cracker disappearing bit by bit.
Instagram is an amazing way to market your brand, especially if your product is visibly appealing. One great shot of your product being used or a behind-the-scenes of your business in action can score a mountain of likes and followers, all leading to greater brand awareness.
Social networks like Facebook and Twitter can give you that boost of motivation to pump those legs. According to an article from the Washington Post, writer, Clare Trageser from Runner’s World magazine recently examined how social networks contribute to our running lives, pushing us farther and faster than ever before.
Twitter doesn’t play games when it comes to third-party applications flocking around gathering up users. The social media networks API limits are there to hunt down culprits who exceed them and send them packing.