Over the last couple of days, a major controversy has been brewing regarding a specific Facebook post made by a woman by the name of Lindsey Stone, and the online reputation management of the company that employs her. If you haven’t heard this story yet, no doubt you will soon find it hard to ignore. […] Read More
This homepage ticker is going to give me a migraine. It shows if you have chat open, and if you close chat, it takes residence above the ads and everything else. Seriously, that’s too distracting. The eye is naturally drawn to movement, and Facebook has already given me attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Complaints about Facebook’s changes to the site today defy measurement. Publicly visible status updates that complain appear to be going up as public status updates at least once every ten seconds. Comments on these posts are going up much faster than we can count. Plus we have no way to tally the number of complaining posts using the new privacy settings to limit visibility to […] Read More
Recently I stumbled upon a letter written to the Cleveland Browns and a subsequent response letter to the consumer. While it is quite a humorous read I couldn’t help but think about the ramifications if this was publicized in today’s world of communication saturation. First, here are the letter’s:
Funny Images From Hurricane Irene Look, I know that in spite of the fact that Irene failed to live up to its hype, Hurricane Irene was no joke. I mean it was a serious bit of drizzle that inconvenienced a whole lot of people who bought a lifetime supply of toilet paper and D batteries. […] Read More
Opportunities Begin with Problems When considering from where the next big media spike will occur one simply needs to look for a big glaring problem. For it is where problems are created that new opportunities emerge. It seems clear to me now that it is the growing paradox of social networking that will spawn the […] Read More
Facebook announced updated privacy settings today and for the first time one might actually consider them impressive. I mean after years of menus and menus and more menus filled with menus of drop downs with menus…(you get the point) – they have simplified the process with privacy options right at the wall page level. Of […] Read More
When Marketing Invades Your Life via Games – The Facebook Inigma This video is 28 minutes long and will be the most worthwhile 28 minutes you’ve ever spent if you are trying to understand or explain why Automotive Facebook Marketing is an important part of a digital marketing campaign and why true tracking of ROI […] Read More
This article was originally posted on Soshable by Connor Livingston. Part of me is actually torn about sharing this. This video is kind of like “The Ring”. My soul is tortured for having watched this and now I must share my misery with the world. Enjoy! Should we kill it before it begins? For the […] Read More
You asked for it! A touch of wood is the joy of man’s desiring! Watch below! Pun INTENDED! Talk about Socially Irresponsible!
Let’s face it, lots of people (or bots) make the overall Twitter-experience a painful one.
9 Guidelines for Social Media Participation at (Insert your Dealership Name) These guidelines apply to (Dealership) employees or contractors who create or contribute to blogs, wikis, social networks, virtual worlds, or any other kind of Social Media. Whether you log into Twitter, Facebook or YouTube, or comment on online media stories – these guidelines are […] Read More
Facebook Pages Redesigned… Again! You may or may not know it, but Facebook is at it again! Completely new interface and method for engagement for fans of pages. What’s worse? They took even more space back from the page owners! Why? For larger Facebook ad space! GRRRR!!!! OK it’s not all bad. The new product […] Read More
Still Singing the Same Song OK. When a comedian makes a joke about regurgitating the same crap over and over for years it’s humorous! But what happens when your so called “social media experts” keep telling you that you can’t sell on Social Media?
Apparently 54% of businesses are… WRONG! Most are under the impression that letting employees visit social media sites like Facebook and Twitter while at work causes a decrease in productivity. Seems they got it backwards!
Originally posted by JD RUCKER on JANUARY 16, 2011 MySpace is dead and I blame Rupert Murdock. The article can end right there. The point is made and few will argue. Unfortunately, I can’t stop.
Originally posted by ERIN RYAN on JANUARY 12, 2011 MySpace has been freeing up some “space” with plans of firing 47% of its staff, this seems like a clear sign of its final stages towards its demise. MySpace’s current owner NewsCorp, may be looking to sell this sinking social network this coming June, first sign […] Read More
Wikimotive Social Media Superstar Sponsors Social Events at DMSC Wikimotive has stepped up to the plate and sponsored the bus transportation to and from the dinner events at PCG’s Digital Marketing Strategies Conference scheduled this February in Napa Valley prior to NADA! Apropos that the Social Media Superstar sponsor the “Social Events” at the greatly […] Read More
We’ve been planning on this article for some time but it’s been difficult finding a piece of content that fit the criteria. It needed to be very close to being equally popular on both Digg and Reddit, plus we needed the site owner to be willing to share their analytics data with us. Thanks to […] Read More