This New Year’s Eve, on the video boards of Times Square, Snapchat will give a symbolic announcement of its arrival as a big-time social media player.
Archive: December 2014
Communicators are still trying to figure out how to create content for social media that will enhance media relations, boost brand visibility and—here’s the Holy Grail—tie social channels to sales lift.
Incorporating slang on social media has always been popular. But at what point does talking the talk go too far?
It may have seemed like a good idea, at least on paper. Aggregate pictures and posts as a way to remind users of some of their milestones this past year. But the effort backfired miserably.
On New Year’s Day 2015, Pinterest will begin selling ad space on its platform to marketers, becoming the latest social media site to open the advertising floodgates on its sought-after audience.
Ringing in 2015 means one thing for sure: the only thing that remains the same is change. Is your organization ready? How will change be perceived by the public, employees, your investors or donors?
Celebrating the New Year is nothing groundbreaking, but this quintessentially New York tradition has an unexpected origin.
With the New Year approaching, The Writer, a language consultancy, collected data on emerging vocabulary from CEOs’ speeches, websites, corporate content and business publications. After having its app audience vote on the best new words, the consultancy came up with a list of words that are expected to take off next year.