Many people use social media to try to save ourselves from energy waste and energy wars. The solutions we suggest threaten the income of bond holders.They control social media and their strategy is to eliminate anonymity.If they succeed, the discussion can be turned away from ideas and to personalitiesThen they can apply the carrot and stick.
Yum school lunches #thanksmichelleobama pic.twitter.com/eS27j75Oae — Jess Sency (@Jess_Sency) November 18, 2014 Kids today, man. They have the amazing ability to effect social change by harnessing the power of social media, and they go and do something troll-y like this. Show More Summary
Social media is a powerful tool and kids are experts at using it to the best of their advantage. On Friday, the hashtag #ThanksMichelleObama started trending, when disappointed kids trolled the First Lady, who is responsible for heading the efforts to make school lunches healthier. Show More Summary
Social media marketing is a powerful tool and you can generate huge amounts of traffic if utilized properly. The problem with using social media networks these days is that spamming has become a major issue. Social networks are changing the […]
Retargeting on social media is quickly becoming common practice. Using data wisely may be the key to navigating the line between creepy and effective.
To honor women who “rock” the social web, we’ve been publishing a list for the past 4 years and 2014 marks the 5th. That’s about 100 social media pros we’ve featured ranging from marketers to business owners to those using social media to advance a cause. Many of those honorees have reached out to share they’ve [...]
Click here to receive the Morning Social Media Newsfeed via email. Obama Likes Facebook to Announce Immigration Speech (USA Today) It’s not every day that a president makes a major announcement on social media. President Obama took to Facebook on Wednesday to announce his rollout plan for new immigration executive orders. Show More Summary
In keeping with the Throwback Thursday social media meme, today’s a perfect time to reflect on the past in terms of the various diabetes technologies I’ve used (or been subject to) over my 30 years with type 1 diabetes. This… The post Throwback Thursday: Reflecting On Diabetes Tech of the Past appeared first on DiabetesMine: the all things diabetes blog.
We established a long time ago that social media is not a fad. Being proficient in using social media tools is a desired skill – both in your business life as well as your personal life. Case in point, when looking for a job, social media can be extremely valuable in your job search. Show More Summary
"Social media gives us tremendous power, but not everyone chooses to use that power for good." Source: ln.is/buff.ly/zN3GC via @deannamascleA few years ago, I wrote an article, Reaching for the Heart: 5 Tips for School District Communications, which focused on the use social media. Show More Summary
In a Social Media Marketer's arsenal, there are undoubtedly fancy tricks to reach fans through Instagram. For a musician wearing the hat of both Rocker and Publicist, tackling Instagram could seem daunting. Thankfully, this social media...Show More Summary
Authors note: I do not work for Instagram nor am I endorsed by them (believe me, I wish I was). In fact, I don’t particularly like social media of any kind. But the passion I have to play music for a living supersedes my distaste for the oftentimes vapid world of selfies. Show More Summary
When Forrester asked marketers to share the channels they use to keep in touch with their customers, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube topped the list. It looks like we’ve all gotten caught up in the social media marketing hype, because it turns out, that’s not where our most loyal customers prefer to engage with us. Take […]
Despite being a paltry priority for corporations just a relatively short time ago, today 94% of corporations use social media. What’s more, the positive impact of social media’s deployment in business is both palpable and compelling. So just how entrenched is social media in the corporate world as 2014 draws to a close? Check out […]
I don’t know the woman whose tweet is embedded below. I have nothing against her and use her tweet merely to illustrate a point I have long been musing on. It’s nothing personal. My question is this: why is it that the young so-called...Show More Summary
Flickr Creative Commons: Jason Eppink There’s a lot of talk these days about getting yourself a presence on social media, upping your profile, selling yourself, marketing your work, using every angle and every connection in order toShow More Summary
While 73% of online adults use several forms of social media, Facebook remains their first choice. And that's what we love about Facebook. When we put up an update, somebody is going to read it. However, not of all your updates are as smart as you think. Actually, some of them might be making you...
Hey! You’re not reading this when you should be working, are you? No, I didn’t think so. When you’re supposed to be working you’re probably on Twitter, or Facebook, or Instagram or Pinterest, right? Let’s face it; most of us have looked at social media once or twice during work hours. Show More Summary