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The future of business is social – Barry Libert, Social Nation Launched in September 2010, Google Plus is Google’s fourth product in the social networking arena. With its integration of Google Buzz and Google Profiles, and introduction of services including Circles and Hangouts, Google Plus is considered by The New York Times to be the [...]
Social media networking has undergone a plethora of changes since its inception in the early 2000s. The year 2014 will certainly witness several dramatic changes in the way we formulate social media strategies for marketing and promotions. Some of the important social media marketing trends are as follows: The Revival of Advertising Social media will [...]
A smartphone is perhaps your strongest tool for running a business. It’s easy to carry around, and the millions of available apps allow your smartphone to take on a variety of tasks and functions. Most of the apps needed to give your phone the following functions are either free or cheap. These are the top [...]
Businesses have realized the power of social media and have increased their presence in social media networks. However, when it comes to marketing, it requires a well thought out plan to use social media to achieve success. Unless a pragmatic schema is devised, the time spent in social media could go waste. You need to [...]
It has taken quite a while, but finally the two search giants, Yahoo and Microsoft are partnering together in hopes of creating a mega search engine superior to that of the current market leader, Google. This is a 10 year deal in which Microsoft will have access to Yahoo search technologies, to integrate into their [...]