Facebook’s Timeline has been one hell of a topic since F8 in 2011. The topic has been more about the word WHEN. When will it go to Beta? When can a user go live? When will everyone be switching to it? And now the question in my search today was when will everyone be forced over to it as the new design – no going back?
Sourcing and crowding seem to be the words for the last decade in the business and finance world. From out-sourcing to crowd-sourcing, the terms have been both beneficial and exploiting, to say the least. When first introduced to a group of people in whatever way it is going to be used it appears to be a friend, but give it some turn of events and we start to see the face of the frenemy. Like a great villain out of a comic book.
When one of your own posts hold interactive edge it will thrust that post into friends own fan reach and into more newsfeeds outside your own circle. That is part of the Facebook EdgeRank™ algorithm.
Last week, Oneupweb launched ROSI trax™ – cutting-edge technology designed to measure Return on Social Investment. No gimmicks. No hocus-pocus. Just plain, no-nonsense analysis of consumer engagement with your brand via social media – and the direct conversions attributable to that interaction.
Having logged more than 50 years at the Thanksgiving table now (at the conservative estimate of 2 hours per meal), I’ve acquired some significant food for thought – and more than a few pounds. And so, in preparation for this week’s big meal, I offer up 5 Lessons Every Online Marketer can learn from Thanksgiving dinner.
Your digital presence can be vital to the success or downfall of your business. Think about it like our society thinks about dating.
In business, great ideas, great products and great services don’t usually occur in a vacuum. Even if you beat everyone else to the next hot idea, you still have to get the message out.
Agencies solely relying on social networks to manage their web presence.
Video contests are a great way to creatively engage users with your brand and get your message out there through all the appropriate viral and social channels.
More than 100,000 websites have added the Open Graph’s one-click-power-switch: the Facebook Like Button. Let’s look at a few of the more creative ways the Like Button is being used to share content.
The search giant held a press conference today at its Mountain View, California headquarters to announce the release of Google Buzz.
When you combine strong listening skills with creativity and experience, you lay the foundation to not only deliver a bull’s-eye proposal, but to also exceed expectations and goals.