The goalposts are constantly being moved in social media. Here are four changes I've spotted this month which businesses should be aware of:
1. Improved analytics for LinkedIn Company pages
LinkedIn has improved in leaps and bounds with engagement, measurement and company presence. Its latest update is improved analytics for company
Over the past few months, LinkedIn has implemented numerous updates and changes, so it’s important to understand how to use them, and tweak your profile to increase your visibility, impact and influence on the social network.
Take a look into the three most recent and important changes:
1. @ Mentions in your status
In the 10 years that I've been running my agency, one thing that has been truly constant is the pace of change. We have seen the rise of web 2.0, eCommerce, eCRM, the birth of social media and its rapid rise to mainstream media status, the growth of user-generated content and now it's all about mobile, the semantic web and big
Whatever your personal view, you have to admit that Michael Wolff’s recent article, The Facebook Fallacy had a certain cage-rattling style in its gusto. The piece, which is well worth a read by the way, essentially argues that, without an earth-changing idea, Facebook will ultimately collapse and “take down the web.”
As a representative of the DMA Email Marketing Council (EMC), I would like to present three highlight discussions by our Council members this month surrounding a range of hot topics that has affected the Email Marketing Industry.
Firstly, Tim Watson (Zettasphere) investigates the methods in which LinkedIn is driving membership upgrade
Investment in social media marketing and promotions has rocketed over the past couple of years as more and more users flock to a proliferation of new platforms. As a nascent channel, many marketers are still trying to find their feet and understand how to fine-tune their social media marketing strategies. But there’s no shortage of
The team at Menzies Digital Marketing and I could have easily and usefully spent last Wednesday in the office.
Instead, as sponsors of the DMA's Go Integrated conference, we spent the day at INMARSAT listening to a set of really inspirational speakers and sharing our ideas, experience and expertise with some really switched-on digital
As we move forward in time and the need and expectation for brands to have a presence on social media increases, we are seeing increasing demands from consumers for brands to be open and clear in their communications. Trust is a key factor in communicating with your customers and is essential in maintaining customer satisfaction.