Ever wondered how to get your employees and other stakeholders to amplify your message across social media. Well, here’s an answer, GaggleAMP. A cool new software that can help you amplify your social media messages.
The new 2012 IBM Global Student Study clearly demonstrates that college and university students have important capabilities to bring to organizations seeking skills in today’s highly connected world. To benefit from this generation’s wealth of native expertise in social media, however, CEOs will…
Facebook has silently launched a new service that retailers can use to share product photos/information. The service is called collections. When a user is viewing collections, they can take any of the three actions. “Want, Collect or Like”. Collections can also be shared with friends so it will appear in news feed too.
Here comes the biggie. Facebook will also direct users from collections to the shoppers site. Currently the service is free. However the service has a huge revenue generating potential.
Will this service kill Pinterest? Can Facebook monetize this model?
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Update: An example that appeared in my News feed. See the screen grab below. Facebook, the next big thing in Retail?
Fake reviews, likes, fans,followers are on the rise. Gartner estimates by 2014, 10-15% of a brands’ social media engagement would be fake. Not necessarily bots running crazy on web. It could be paid for engagement, but not explicitly disclosed. This could eventually lead to people losing trust in social media reviews etc. Brands should stop focusing on sheer numbers and look at growing their fan base organically. Show some real engagement with the community. End of the day, engagement is what matters.