Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Optimising content for each of these Social Media sites can make the difference between a runaway hit and a complete waste of time.

8 reasons why you should replace email with social networking, and 8 reasons why you should not. Also read further tips and advice for organisation policies

We all get them from time to time, but how do you deal with a complaint on Facebook, here are our top 4 tips.

In early May, GM made a big announcement. Not about a new product line or a CEO or the kind […]

With a rising number of businesses looking to build brand awareness via Social networking, Mindleaders has launched a new training app for businesses on Facebook, actually developed in co-operation with Facebook

I came across Starbucks and they are clearly using modern technology to their advantage. Let’s take a look at how Starbucks uses Facebook and Mobile to get their message across and create engagement with their customers.

The Secret Garden Centre tells me about the move to Ireland, their views on Facebook and how having a website has really helped the business. Plus the new Pinterest and how that has become their second biggest referrer in a short space of time.

The roll out of Facebook Timeline for pages this week sees the end of the default landing tab. But is having custom Facebook pages worth it? For some time I’d been noticing landing tabs getting more and more elaborate. People were beginning to bring their entire website onto Facebook and although this looks great I often wondered if it was functional.

Most of us know that social media is more than just a buzz term. For the millions and millions of people and businesses that partake in social media on a daily basis, it is their lifeline in many cases to the outside world. They oftentimes get their news, advertise their businesses and browse and make purchases online all from this social medium.

f you are therefore going to consider forging a connection with another, is it reasonable to assume that you’ll be judged not just by what you say but by your interactions with others too? And more so than the mere interactions, will you be judged by the types of people you interact with?