Let’s face it: web industry wars over users are really nothing new: Microsoft v. Apple, Yahoo v. Google, Facebook v. Twitter. For the past 15 years, we’ve all watched as numerous contenders have set foot in the ring, talked their trash to their opponent, and proceeded to either win with a TKO or get their HTML handed to them on the playground. This time, however, might be a little different.
One of the newest areas of applications born out of the social networking era is location-based social networking. Location-based social networking works by users joining an online community and sharing their location through their mobile phone. Although the concept doesn’t exactly sound particularly exciting, it’s on the verge of becoming the newest social phenomenon. And it might be handier than you think.
One of the most important aspects of engaging your audience on Twitter is understanding how your consumers access it. Although it might seem irrelevant, knowing how your consumers connect with social media can give you more insight into not only what type of consumers they are, but what they are looking for from you as a business.
Google’s quest for total web domination over the last couple of years has produced an army of helpful and successful products, including Gmail, Calendar, Maps, Earth and more. And while Google’s most successful products get a ton of press, they also have a huge list of lesser-known products that deserve a shout-out or two. Below is a list of the top 10 you may not have heard about.
In the ever burgeoning world of social marketing, Twitter and Facebook seem to be all the rage right now. And after three years and over 200 million users, it’s easy to see that Facebook isn’t going anywhere any time soon. After Facebook’s recent update to make fan pages look more like profile pages, more and more businesses are creating pages for themselves and cultivating an online following. So how can you use Facebook to your marketing advantage?
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