When it comes to social media marketing, a lot of businesses focus on the marketing and the media and leave out the social. But if you want to see what a difference social media can make for you, try putting the “social” front and center.
If you've used Facebook much in 2012, you've probably noticed you don't see updates from your favorite Facebook pages as much as you used to. That's because Facebook altered its algorithm or what it calls its EdgeRank.
Pinterest is the latest social media site to clean house. Today some major brands began losing hundreds of thousands of followers as Pinterest launched a purge of “suspicious, fake or spammy accounts.”
If you want to put your business or organization’s Facebook presence at risk, build it as a profile or timeline rather than a page.
A person or business with something to sell might want to alter their strategy if they’re not using Pinterest.
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Employers and colleges are no longer allowed to demand user names, passwords or other information related to social media accounts from employees and job applicants under bills signed Thursday by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Do you still have a phone on your desk? How about a Rolodex? For that matter, do you still have a desk?
Last Friday Google brought the popular trivia game Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon to the web. You know the game: you propose the name of an actor or director and others have to establish the relationship between that person and Kevin Bacon through the people they've worked with in the fewest number of steps.