Social media tools are changing the education landscape. These tools tend to fall into two broad categories: those primarily intended for social networking, such as Facebook or Twitter, and those that are designed for sharing user-generated content such as blogs, YouTube, or Flickr. It is the mixture of informality and ease of updating that makes social media approaches so appealing, whether mainstream tools are used, or whether niche or local social media tools are installed or developed.
Social media is in a constant state of progression, technology is advancing at a fast pace which opens up new opportunities for you to interact, engage and share. Few years ago we wouldn’t have imagined the huge impact social media would have on our lives. So what is there to expect from social media and mobile marketing in 2012?
I’ve written down some ideas and trends that you should keep an eye on during the next year.
Welcome to Social Media Club Yorkshire, where innovators from the United Kingdom will meet for monthly events to share, engage and collaborate with the community on the issues of social media and technology. Our chapter is in the process of launching, and our leadership board includes Sarah Allison. For more information, please visit our Facebook page, and say hi.