Social media is all about building, engaging with, and nurturing community. So are you giving proper care and attention to how you manage your community? Yes, manage. If you’re taking a lassiez-faire, casual approach to your community you’re likely both wasting time and possibly… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Hey social media pros, the funny folks at CollegeHumor are having some laughs at your expense with this “Social Media Professional” Halloween costume, featured this week in an article titled 7 Costumes to Really Scare Twenty-Somethings. The description on the package is LOL funny, if… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
When it comes to the holiday shopping season, retailers and businesses from sea to shining sea all have their own set of apprehensions and concerns. And, as each year passes, the need for businesses and brands alike to have a social media plan in place for the holidays is paramount. For example,… Please visit Marketing […]
SMX Social Media Marketing Early Bird rates expire this Friday, November 1. Register now and save! Join us November 20-21 in Las Vegas for: Wicked-effective paid, earned and owned social media tactics that will frighten your competition. Expert speakers sharing what makes them successful, and how… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Instagram is the fastest growing social network with 150 million users and 40 million photos being uploaded each day according to social analytics company Simply Measured. A new report from Simply Measured shows that brand engagement and interaction is also thriving on the photo-based social… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
The U.SDepartment of Defense is getting its very own app store, so soldiers can more efficiently book plane tickets and call in airstrikes. The department awarded a contract to Digital Management, a Maryland-based firm, for an initial amount of $2.9 million to build the “mobile device management system,” according to a release. Along with apps […]
Storms are usually tracked with Doppler radar, but those systems are expensive and not available everywhere around the world — especially in developing countries. Guinea, a small country in western Africa, has started using a new, cheaper technique for charting weather: tracking flashes of lightning. The system uses lightning as a proxy for storm intensity, […]