Tag: social networks
Internal social networks like Yammer and Jive are rising in popularity. In some organizations they are replacing intranets and email. A less known fact is that in most companies enterprise social networks fail to take root. One key reason for this is lack of support from senior management. Without their support old practices that hinder the social revolution will be too hard to change.
This social media focused infographic displays statistics on the major social media websites that most of us use. It delves into whether businesses are blocking social media access and raises questions as to whether social media has an impact in the workplace.
When you post a profile photo on your social media site, what is it saying about you? Is it a photo you dug out of your 10-year-old scrapbook when you were younger and cuter? Is it showing off your fancy world traveling? Or is it the one of you with your friends but your friends are cropped out because you’re really the most important one anyway?
Twitter and Facebook have huge audiences, but smaller social networking sites for niche audiences from mustache lovers to knitters are picking up steam, with new ones popping up all the time. MyLife.com tracked down 12 unique sites for specific interest groups you might want to join or share with your cat-loving friend.
While social media might be second nature to tech savvy marketers of the world, it’s a fully foreign language to others. In fact, even those that feel they have a solid understanding of the platform are often blind-sided by some of the totally new social sites that seem to be popping up left and right. Well, with that, Avalaunch Media explain exactly what social media is and how the various sites each offer their own take on the technology in the following infographic.
You may have heard that social media trends are all the buzz in 2013, so Spotlight Communications is excited to share with you their take on how social media will evolve this year, and what hot marketing trends you should keep an eye out for.
As the worldwide social media audience grows, the impact of wins and fails is amplified. Win, and your victory is that much sweeter; fail, and your disgrace will be played out on an extremely large, virtual public stage. MBA in Marketing Guide looks at the biggest moments in social media.
Google+ is celebrating the end of its first full calendar year as a social network and has published the following infographic that displays highlights and milestones achieved in 2012. Kind of ironic that what appears to be a growing social network ended up on this dead pool list a few days ago.
Social Petworking Stars is all about the top animal and pet accounts on social media. For example, did you know that Sockington The Cat has over 1.4m followers and Boo The World’s Cutest Dog has 4.5m likes! The following infographic by SPANA takes a look at some of the top pets in social media.
From the launch of Google+, the announcement of Facebook’s timeline and the Twitter re-design, 2011 was a big year for Social Media. Bluepost Digital brings you a round up of the major Social Media platform changes in 2011 in their latest infographic!