Twitter Amplify is a new program, launched to enhance the social TV conversation, which, according to Crimson Hexagon, takes place on Twitter in about 95% of the public instances. For those of you still watching TV, it is pretty obvious that all news have at least one Tweet, if not more, referenced. Roy Hibbert’s BIG [...]
Most nonprofits make use of Facebook by building pages and attracting fans. The nonprofit will hire a social media expert to engage the public there. There may be contests that specify that in order to be entered, users must “like” and “share” the page. Or the page may be enough of an attraction that people will like and share the page without contests or prodding.
You might not think about this often, but broadcasting on the Internet includes some risk—How safe are you when you use social networks like Twitter? How much personal information about you is available online? Could posting on Twitter make you more likely to become one of the millions of Americans hurt by identity theft? When [...]
From the standpoint of nonprofits, making use of social media networks such as Twitter and Facebook is a no-brainer. These online communities allow nonprofits to tell potential donors about their work, engage the public, and drive traffic to nonprofit websites. Pinterest, on the other hand, may be a bit more difficult to understand, from the standpoint of a nonprofit. How can pinning items to a virtual bulletin accomplish any of those above mentioned goals?
A new study was carried out recently by the Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Minnesota and compared two social networks: Twitter to Pinterest. The findings provide insight into both social networks and are really interesting. First of all, ladies, you will be happy to hear that women get, on average, more repins than [...]