Monthly Archive for June, 2011

5 Recent Facebook Changes To Notice

The Facebook platform is always on the move with new features and functionalities coming in and being launched, often with short notice. For those handling and being responsible for social media activites, it may be a challange to keep pace and know handle the changes.

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More companies are moving their marketing efforts online and seeking to expand their reach in the web sphere. Here, social media naturally plays a great role and this means that the budgets allocated to content marketing are growing. Instead of using only traditional marketing, content marketing has become popular at the same time as it […]

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At the moment, we are beginning to see more and businesses running a company blog after having established a presence on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. And for many, it seems as the logical next step. However, I think that a lot of marketers still might wonder whether it’s actually effective to run […]

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Being an administrator on several Facebook pages, both our own projects as well as client’s projects, I experience the same thing over and over again: the page starts ‘Liking’ its own status updates. Usually this is because there are several admins added to the page – sometimes more than 10 people because everyone involved in […]

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Having recently written about how you as a marketer can obtain a higher click rate on your Facebook ads, I thought that it could be interesting to reflect on how it’s possible to get your Facebook Page more noticed as well. Searching the web, I came across this interesting white paper, namely what you can […]

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Foursquare has just announced on their blog that they have reached 10 million users, thus being the first location-based social network to do so.

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Using Facebook ads and not thinking that they gain enough attention, you might consider using a picture or changing the one that you have already made use of. We all know that pictures are eye-catching and especially if it’s an image that stands out from the crowd. And on Facebook, the right pictures can bring […]

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A lot of videos and forums where opinions are crowdsourced have recently come to my attention. However, at Mindjumpers we rather like to look at it as being ‘Tribesourced’. The term Tribes was suggested by Seth Godin in 2008 as a “group of people, large or small, who are connected to one another, a leader […]

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Last week, I visited the Internet Week 2011 in New York. Generally speaking there is no doubt that this was a more corporate and less tech savvy than events like SXSW, and I had a great time! Here’s a few o f my observations, which I thought I would share with you all. →Yahoo was […]

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I found this interesting infographic on SocialWayne.com which gives an in-depth overview of Twitter. After a lot of integrations and updates, the social networking site looks even more exciting and upcoming. The infographic provides good insight into what kind of people are active on Twitter as well as the information they post or look out […]

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