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Love it when Pinterest or Facebook , from time to time, surfaces a pin or post with a picture from the 1980 or 1990 era -- a stream of these can be viewed via Pinterest and may tug at a few hearts while memories of those good 'ol days surface! Looking back, I would not trade … Continue reading What Does the Future Hold for the Generation Growing Up With Social Media
Without a doubt the international social media powerhouses we hear about are Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. But what people may not know, there are social media havens across the world.
For the most part non-profits are already engaged on the web and have an established donor presence. But with the new resources in today’s market, they are now jumping into the social media frenzy to extend their reach. Social networking turned from a trend in building sustainable relationships both professionally and personally to the norm. … Continue reading Non-Profits Getting Social
The new media channels have opened the doors to everyone to get social! Although the form of connecting through online communities has been around for years, it really started to take shape between 2002 and 2005. Since then, more and more sites have emerged and caused those in existence to become mainstream. The new wave … Continue reading Constant Rise in Social Networking
Surviving business in hard times, may mean boosting your presence in the market.
Is it necessary to have a website to build your brand value? To drive traffic to what is published, the content needs to be regular and fresh regardless of which online medium used. Content is king!
Over the last few years blogging soared not only in the business arena but also moved into the households! Anyone who has knowledge, information, humor or tips to share, then the internet is the optimal gateway to embrace and publish content. Take for example the "mommy blogger" aka Heather Armstrong or "blopper" (dooce.com), with her … Continue reading Don’t Under Estimate!
A century ago people gathered at Starbucks, kitchens or water coolers to chat, gossip or vent. In this decade, people are forming in record numbers online and in community networks to engage in the same type of conversations but making it seamlessly possible for anyone to join - there's no social boundaries online!