Every day we are reminded of how digital communications platforms, including social networks, have changed how people interact with each other and how they expect companies to interact with them.
Apple Stumbles and Facebook Rumbles On; Video Didn’t Kill The Radio Star and The Gadget We Can’t Live WithoutApril 29th, 2013 by Matthew Schwartz
Facebook is the top global brand for the third consecutive quarter, generating $730M of Impact Media Value, according to General Sentiment’s report.
Nicole Yelland, director of marketing and communications at Livio, discusses humanizing brands.
Pinterest, says Erica Campbell Byrum, director of social media for Homes.com, is like fantasy football for women.
Douglas Brundage, chief digital strategist for Gansevoort Hotel Group, says that it’s critical to follow and engage with those make sense for your brand—not necessarily just those that have the most reach.
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While videos garner more likes, comments and shares than photos, links and text posts, companies are still slow to adopt the medium.