Posts Tagged ‘facebook’

Are You LinkedIN? November 8, 2012 No Comments

Tweet By Breanna Standifer In the world of social media, is there such a thing as being “over connected?” With so many social networks, like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Linkedin, it’s hard to keep up. I’m an avid Facebook user, an up-and-coming tweeter and a lover of Pinterest (when I have time), but I’ve been [...]

Social Media Sites to Build Your Brand October 23, 2012 No Comments

TweetBy Stephen Fashoro Social media has become a very important part of American culture. Through these sites, users can connect with friends, family and share ideas and information with others around the world. Social media has also become an essential tool for businesses to connect with current and potential customers. While Facebook and Twitter are [...]

Beyond the Walls August 3, 2012 No Comments

TweetBy Kimberly Sims Not so long ago, governmental agencies were often the last to adopt creative and innovative techniques to engage their audiences.  The trusty public meeting and the stagnant website were the main tools used to gather input on vital issues.  But as many municipalities look to create meaningful, inclusive and transparent ways to [...]

Social Media and Media Relations: Is it worth your time? July 18, 2012 No Comments

TweetBy Amoya Edwards We’ve found a way to turn a leisure form of communication into one of the fastest growing practices in the communications industry  So, it’s no surprise that social media has its “haters.” Forbes contributor Robert Wynne, known for tackling the nuances and misconceptions of public relations, recently wrote the article, Is Social [...]

Four Teams Scoring Big in Social Media July 2, 2012 No Comments

TweetIn the last few years, social media has become an integral tool for consumers, brands and corporations to communicate with people from all around the world. People are using social media outlets like Facebook, Google+ and Twitter  to promote everything and anything; themselves, their companies, their hobbies, etc. One of the biggest users  of the [...]

In the World of Social Media: Old News vs. New News April 30, 2012 No Comments

TweetWith the constant change and growth of social media, come new methods in how people receive breaking news and information.  Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter or YouTube, today’s social media streams are beginning to serve as a direct news source.  Schools.com recently shared an infographic, ‘That’s Old News!’ that visually lays out the impact of social [...]

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