As Facebook Graph Search is being rolled out to it user base, it’s important to be aware of the “searchable” content you post. Public information is sure to show up in search queries and may create problems if you are posting content on Facebook that you don’t necessarily want the world to see. In this …
In the following infographic, Ocean Media presents several key events in history that help define advertising, and lead it to where it is today. Various countries are represented as they developed new methods to get information across to their audiences and helped pave the way for more development in the advertising, and promotional realm. Also featured is what future possibilities might be for the next generation of advertising.
Facebook’s latest innovation – Graph Search, went live in January. Currently it covers four basic searches but it is expected to expand over the coming years. Graph Search uses the one trillion or so social connections on Facebook to provide relevant and professionalized search results. The name itself is derived from a sociogram which Facebook …
No doubt many of you reading this use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and others on a daily, if not hourly basis. However, have you ever stopped for a minute to think about the negative impacts that this kind of social media usage has on both our phones and mobile devices, not too mention our lives?
From radio, to television, to the Internet and smart phones, savvy marketers have found ways over time to be creative in order to reach potential buyers through all the noise. Many continue to struggle with the ever-expanding network of engagement, but marketing automation technology has provided a way for marketers to spread their word across an continually increasing variety of channels.
Monitoring online reputation for businesses, brand names, and even persons is a necessary evil in today’s world of consumer generated content via blogs, social media and review sites. It’s not just the search results that one has to worry about anymore but blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Yelp and the list goes on. One negative review can bring a small business to its knees. Monitoring what is being said about your company, its products and services and even its people, can be quite overwhelming to say the least.
The cost of everything seems to be on the increase these days, with Superbowl ads being no exception. Sure if you are like me, Superbowl ads are one of the main highlights of the game but with a 30 second spot going for over $4 million dollars, one has to ask themselves is it really worth it? The short answer is “yes for some while no for others.”
As you read this, more than likely Facebook, Twitter and even LinkedIn are as common to you as the Internet itself. However, many have already forgotten the large social media players of the past that have utterly failed. It doesn’t seem that long ago when names like MySpace, Friendster, and even Digg were all the rage. These monster social media sites had their “time in the spotlight” but now they are long forgotten, slowly dying or even worse, drifting along with little to no growth.
With the vast amount of SEO content available on the Internet, how do you know what is valuable, what is relevant, who is knowledgeable, and ultimately in learning from others, who to follow? Let’s face facts: there is a lot of information out there and sadly, some of it is not good. That’s why it is vitally important to make sure you are listening to those who know their stuff, those who have years of experience, those who have been in the trenches.
With many Facebook marketing campaigns, while content is king, success is oftentimes dependent on the details of the execution itself. Besides knowing what kind of content works best, the question comes up of how to get more likes, shares and even comments. In other words, how does one go about getting the most interaction on …