Digital Week in Review: Facebook Tweaks Algorithm, Microsoft’s Big Layoffs, The Good and Bad of Social Media Marketing Infographic
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Facebook tweaks its algorithm, Microsoft lays off thousands of employees, and The Good […]
Digital Week in Review: Tips for Making Vines, Twitter Banned in Turkey, and Microsoft Gives Incentives to Upgrade from Windows XP
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Tips for making great Vine videos, Twitter is banned in Turkey, and Microsoft […]
Digital Week in Review: Office 365 for Individuals, Crime on Social Media, and 17 Facts About Social Media
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Microsoft releases Office 365 for individuals, crime on social media is on the […]
Digital Week in Review: Facebook Eases Real Identity Rules, Satya Nadella Next CEO of Microsoft, Katy Perry at 50 Million Twitter Followers
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Facebook is easing up on real identity rules, Satya Nadella could be the […]
Digital Week in Review: Almost All Brands in 2014 Will Be Using Social Media, Microsoft’s Stock is Up, Tweets With Pictures Are Most Popular, and AllFacebook Releases New Infographic
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Ninety percent of brands will be using Social Media as a marketing effort […]
Digital Week in Review: Ads on Instagram, Twitter’s Most Popular Brands, and Investors Don’t Want Bill Gates as Chairman
In this week’s Digital Week in Review: Instagram will be slowly introducing advertisements into your feed, a list of Twitter’s […]
Facebook Agrees to Buy Mobile Developer Snaptu; The New York Times
Facebook has agreed to buy mobile application developer Snaptu, a move that would expand the social networking giant’s reach in the cellular phone market.
The Takeaway: The shifting priorities to mobile have never been clearer. The question is how they are going to take this opportunity to expand in the global mobile market.
AT&T Puts Ratings and Reviews on Facebook Page; Clickz
AT&T has joined the handful of companies enabling consumers to submit product ratings and reviews through Facebook. The new capability, shared by Microsoft, Adobe, Benefit Cosmetics and a handful of others, is provided through customer feedback specialist Bazaarvoice.
The Takeaway: Ninety-two percent of U.S. Internet users said they read customer product reviews online, and 46 percent said those reviews influence their purchases, according to an eMarketer report from August. Hosting reviews in a venue where fans are the first to review a particular product seems as though it is a further means to guarantee positive reviews.