hastags are a small, yet important, part of social media marketing.
more often than not, it determines wether or not your content gets seen depending on your social platform. or, in some other cases, it can reach out to many different groups of people all over the world.
nonetheless, all marketers must learn how to do this and do it well.
Very interesting and amusing article. Sadly, the information laid out is true.
While many of the stuff mentioned can be easily avoided by not sharing passwords or even putting your self into a situation where a “private” video or photo can be release out into the public, still a great read if you have a vengeful ex who is looking to ruin your life.
And if they have your password to your social networking sites, well, consider your life ruined.
In today’s rapidly evolving marketing landscape, new platforms and opportunities to reach customers emerge on a regular basis. When Twitter launched the Vine App last week, Twitter entered and, to an extent, legitimized the growing fray of video sharing applications (see end of post…
This is a prime opportunity for company’s and marketers to take advantage of this program. Vine adds a different dimension where you can communicate directly with the consumer in a short, 6 sec video and if well executed, will leave them wanting more
Marissa Mayer, just by being Marissa Mayer, has done more to move Yahoo forward in her first six months as chief executive than any of her five predecessors did over as many years.
An accomplished engineer and executive, Ms. Mayer joined Yahoo from Google as a Silicon Valley celebrity. Since then, just her presence at the company’s Sunnyvale, Calif., headquarters seems to have jolted Yahoo back to life. On Monday, Yahoo reported a good quarter, increasing revenue for the first time in four years and beating Wall Street expectations by 30 percent.
Indeed a great stride for Mayer. Hopefully her and her team can keep to momentum moving forward and record positives quarters from now on.