Digital Week in Review: LinkedIn Q4 Earnings, Poor User Growth for Twitter, Kid’s Social Media Use Infographic
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: LinkedIn reports Q4 earnings, Twitter has poor user growth this past year, and […]
On Thursday October 17th 2013 The Social Media Club of New York City will be holding a panel session called […]
Digital Week in Review: LinkedIn Reports Strong Q2 Earnings, Facebook App Gives Android Users Cover Feed for Home Screens and Seniors Are Getting Social
In this week’s Digital Week in Review, LinkedIn has high second quarter earnings, Facebook app allows Android users with home […]
A few weeks ago, a study was released that out of all the social networks in use among the 18-35 […]
Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn said, “LinkedIn is about connecting talent with opportunity at a massive scale.” With over 175 […]
Does Your Marketing Strategy Account For User Intent? With more than 1 billion members, Facebook boasts the largest membership of […]
Let’s face it: Social media is constantly changing and it can be difficult to keep up. In an effort to […]
Why Facebook Questions is Good for Brands and Businesses; Mashable
The feature, which Facebook rolled out to all users March 24, functions as a “recommendation engine.” It also presents a major opportunity for businesses to conduct market research and crowdsource in a far more elegant way than was previously possible.
Twitter announced that it plans to monetize on the desire to collect more followers with the announcement of its “Promoted Accounts” product.
The Takeaway: With the ability to attain new followers and additional visibility so easily, Twitter is becoming more like Facebook with its similar revenue strategies.