Social media in recent days penetrates more in our life. In every aspect, social media impacts on our daily life. At some points, it’s absolutely useful for us to facilitate doing anything, such as getting new and real time information, convenient and fast-response conversation, or even getting useful tips for cooking. However, in the other… Continue reading Bad Social Media
“When is the best time to tweet?”, “how can I get more people to retweet my tweets?”, “how do I get more activity from my daily tweets?”, those are general questions every person that handling a brand Twitter account. Luckily we have answers for the questions.
A recent survey conducted by Jobvite suggests about 1 of 6 Americans found their most recent job via social media. In case you’re wondering, that amounts to around 22 million Americans. The fact that so many people found their last job on an actual social media site nowadays can’t be very surprising, especially since LinkedIn… Continue reading 1 in 6 Job Seekers Found Their Current Job via Social Media
Tech messiah Steve Jobs is no longer with us, having succumbed to pancreatic cancer he had been fighting since 2004. Along with co-founder Steve Wozniak, Jobs built one of the biggest and the most commercially successful companies in the world, Apple Inc., and founded Pixar animation studios. Jobs’ passing came just a day after the newest iPhone… Continue reading Apple’s Steve Jobs Remembered by the Web
“Never identify yourself as an expert” is an easy social media myth to bust. Labeling yourself as an authority might make you sound pretentious, but a research done by HubSpot’s social media scientist Dan Zarrella clearly shows that telling your Twitter audience why they should listen to you absolutely works to increase your reach. Twitter bio… Continue reading Experts Get More Followers Than Average Twitter Users
Twitter Platform Team announced on late Thursday that there’s a new field in the Twitter streaming API which will show up whenever a tweet contains a link, serving as an indicator that the URL contained in the tweet might be too sensitive for the workplace, or too gory for the faint-hearted. This new feature, however, is… Continue reading Twitter Adds A Feature For Flagging Offensive Tweets
The final match between Japan and the United States at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Frankfurt, Germany, set a new record for number of tweets sent per second on Sunday. After the Japan women’s football team beat America in penalties, Twitter announced that the game scored a new record with 7,196 Tweets per second. The Paraguay vs. Brazil… Continue reading Women’s World Cup Final Sets A New Tweet Per Second Record
Interest in Ad.ly, an advertising platform that lets users post sponsored updates on their Twitter account, recently increases. Although for the most part the company has been quietly operating from their Beverly Hills headquarters, it occasionally pops up in the news, like when they were banned from Facebook for monetizing Facebook page feeds – something that… Continue reading Is Ad.ly A Soon-to-Be-Acquired Company?
In an interview on Entrepreneur, search engine guru Danny Sullivan highlights the importance of SEO and explains why every business needs it. “Business owners all should be thinking about SEO because it’s one of the easiest and most effective ways to attract new customers to your business,” says Sullivan. “If I said to you, ‘I’m ready to send… Continue reading Top-Notch SEO Resources to Follow on Twitter
For many entrepreneurs, Twitter has proven to be a useful social tool they can use to make the most of their business. But sadly, most small business owners still have no idea about how to use the micro-blogging service effectively. The following are a few tips for entrepreneurs to make their tweets more engaging and to get… Continue reading Use Twitter to Help You Grow Your Business