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Category Archives: social media
The software, called Facebook at Work, will allow employees to send professional messages and share documents during work hours. AKA the Slacker competitor. Will be rolling out today! Facebook at Work isn’t a real-time collaboration tool like Google Docs and Spreadsheets–you … Continue reading →
New Consumer Behavior Data: 87% of people turn to SEARCH first to get things done. Mobile is key. Result: As marketers we have to connect the information we provide across screens, channels, and formats. And search, particularly on mobile, … Continue reading →
In a post to the Facebook blog on Wednesday, June 29, 2106, Facebook announced yet another update to their ever-changing News Feed algorithm. As much as Facebook has grown in the past years it has struggled to find a comfortable … Continue reading →
Instagram released an update today that changes the experience for creators and users. Continue reading →
The art of storytelling is changing in the digital age. The growing use of photos, videos, animations, and infographics has altered the way consumers act—and, as a result, the methods that marketers use to create and maintain customer engagement are … Continue reading →
Social media has changed the way the world communicates. In the medical community, social media adoption has come with inevitable data breaches and ethical issues— many of which could have been avoided. In one recent case, a nurse at New … Continue reading →
“Content”. For better or for worse, Content in the Data World; is still King. Creating content isn’t just about finding stuff to fill up your blogs, newsletters, website or populate your Social Media Page’s. It’s about “Relevant and Engaging” content … Continue reading →