Brands are killing it on social media, generating success, attention, and more importantly business. Today’s market essentially calls for the integration of social in a variety of markets to generate that desired success. It pays to be on social and it pays to do it right. Social marketing is more than just posting on Facebook, … Continue reading 3 Elements of a Good Social Media Strategy
If there’s one trend I’m noticing among my buddies, it’s how quickly they grow tired of the usual. It’s understandable, there’s only so many times you can watch the same type of YouTube videos. Fortunately, the Internet provides plenty of opportunity for discovery, a large majority of it for free. Who can argue with that? A personal favorite is Stumbleupon, a site … Continue reading Bored of the usual stuff? Expand yourself.
Apparently, the big honcho of social media is not the biggest fan of memes or any type of content the social giant considers “low-quality”. I kid you not; they’ve found a way to get them off your social feeds. Not entirely, but at least much less. Personally, I don’t mind. Memes were funny…once. When done … Continue reading Facebook Doesn’t Like Memes.
If I need to confirm sudden news, it’s not uncommon for me to seek out information on my social feeds. Thus, it shouldn’t be a surprise that I have found out about most recent tragedies through social media; those outlets have become prime breaking news sources. But it is surprising. While I’m young, I’m old … Continue reading Social Media: Could It Have Changed 9/11?
I’m in my early 20’s, so I’ve seen my fair share of popular trends weave in and out of popularity. They’ve ranged from popular clothing trends to public social trends, much like the current trend of millennial bashing. It seems much of what our generation has been doing is not sitting well with today’s older … Continue reading Should Every Social Media Manager Be Under 25?