Posts Tagged 'Communication'

Social Media Timing – Posting what, when?!

Just read the below article from Mashable about when to post on social media networks. Did get us thinking about timing.

How many of us post links after 3pm on a Friday?! Pah. Just don’t bother. Would you be is listening? ;)

Although, with some of our big brand BtoB clients, weekends work better?! So do test your market.

 

“Want your link to get the most traction on Twitter? Post it on a Monday between 1:00 ...

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Every 60 seconds in social media (Infographic)

A single minute may be barely enough time to construct a rational thought, but it’s time enough for social media denizens to inundate the web with their status updates, tweets, checkins, and photos.

Every 60 seconds in social media, two million videos are viewed on YouTube, 700,000 messages are delivered by way of Facebook, 175,000 tweets are fired off into the ether, and 2,000Foursquare check-ins tell the world where we are.

If the volume of all this social media activity doesn’t ...

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Do some social media functions compromise your safety?

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South Africans are beginning to embrace social media

 

 

South Africans have embraced social media as a core pillar of internet activity, along with email, news and banking.

MXit and Facebook lead the way in user numbers, while Twitter has seen the most dramatic growth in social networking in the past year and BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) is the fastest growing network in the second half of 2011. These are among the key findings of a new ...

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Obama is utilizing social media to win in 2012

Via: sixfiguremomsclub.com

 

It’s no secret that President Obama’s 2008 campaign success was due in large part to the overwhelming support of voters age 29 and younger (66%).

By all accounts, winning a second term will be almost impossible without that demographic’s continued support. On the other hand, securing the youth vote will be challenging. As a voting bloc they are historically unpredictable, and their approval of the president ...

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