The new medium of social media demands a new voice – that’s clear. The medium is the message etc etc. And one way media – the tottering dinosaurs of print, TV, radio and even their more nimble descendents, websites and email – look more and more like the forced propaganda of a failing regime.
Posts Tagged ‘Social Media’
It is simply not enough to say, “Why yes, we do have a corporate customer service Twitter account. We’re so Web 2.0.” Have some follow through.
Social media is a broadly used term that includes a wide range of techniques and tools for leveraging and supporting the sharing of information among people. Internet enabled tools are the locus for social media activity as they provide low-cost access to many people allowing for a new wave of targeted advertising to develop. As… Read More
Small Business Trends, an award-winning website that offers information to small businesses, entrepreneurs and other groups, recently did a “round-up” post on some of the best Twitter tips for small businesses. The company asked its loyal readers 6 questions that were relevant to Twitter, and through the web, email and even Twitter, readers responded.
Remember when MySpace was the social network of choice for everyone from teenagers and college students to musicians and celebrities? It was definitely the best way to get in touch with childhood friends, as well as to hear new music from up and coming bands.
Tim Ferris is an award-winning author and social media expert who was named one of “Fast Company’s Most Innovative Business People of 2007.” This was largely due to the success of his book titled The 4-Hour Workweek, which basically tells people how to exactly find what they want in work and life. Ferris recently appeared… Read More