My friend Christopher Barger is releasing a book later this year and in a recent post on Facebook, he asked his marketing colleagues “In your opinion, the most overused A-list social media buzzwords.”
Christopher received a slew of comments with dozens of words being submitted and among the most overused words,
This month, researcher Devon V. Smith released a report for the Theatre Bay Area on how 207 arts organizations around the world are using social media. It has a tremendous amount of information, some intuitive and some suggestive. I highly recommend a full read for anyone invested in helping arts organizations with their growth in this field.
We’ve all seen Promoted Tweets go viral in a short amount of time, such as Toyota’s Prius Goes Plural and Virgin America’s Company Expansion into Canada, but do you have to be a Fortune 500 company to successfully advertise on Twitter?
The answer is no. Many new third-party advertising platforms are coming out of the woodwork to help your small or medium-sized business advertise on Twitter and you don’t need $15,000 to get started.
As the presence of social media in our daily lives increases, we begin to depend more and more on our smartphones to keep us connected. That is why the news of a new Microsoft mobile operating system, to be introduced this fall, caught my eye.
On May 24, the corporate giant announced the release of Mango, a Microsoft Phone that incorporates a whole new set of features (500, to be exact!) that might just revolutionize our mobile experience. The most interesting of these concerned Microsoft’s new approach to social media.