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Tag Archives: social media
A year or two ago, the traffic directed from social media channels couldn’t hold a candle to what search engines were bringing in to websites.
Announcement by The Associated Press to include Samsung-sponsored Tweets is part of an evolving platform
The Associated Press announced it will begin having sponsored tweets on its Twitter feed and Samsung will be the first company to take part in it. Twitter has had advertising for some time in the form of Promoted Tweets – …
We’ve all seen the damaging effect “Frankenstorm” has had on the east coast – and now we’re seeing the nation come together in the relief effort. With elections this week, a new set of problems has joined the massive list. From …
Do followers = votes? In history class we learned about the first televised presidential debates. In 1960, Americans could turn on their television sets to see Richard Nixon – a sweaty man, gripping the podium and blending into the grey background …
I handle a few social media (SoMe) accounts for Schroder PR, and I’m learning a few things as I go. My friends think posting to clients’ Twitter and other social media sites is the easiest part of my job, but …
Is Pinterest worth the hassle? As of late, my roommate Brianna and I cannot go a day without bringing up Pinterest in at least one conversation. The dialogue usually goes something like this: “Did you know that if you put …
Social Change and Social Media (#mindblowing) If you’ve lived near a college campus in the last few years, the chances are good that you were familiar with the activist group Invisible Children (IC) before their Twitter explosion on March 6. …