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“6 Social Media Articles 2017 Search and Social Media Marketing”

By Julia Fernandes @appshub

Social Media Content Planning — As discussed previously, building a social media marketing plan is essential. Consider keyword research and competitive research to help brainstorm content ideas that will interest your target audience. What are other businesses in your industry doing to drive engagement on social media?

When you replicate your data globally, you need to make sure that your clients can take advantage of it. If you are using a web frontend or accesing APIs from mobile clients, you can deploy Azure Traffic Manager and clone your Azure App Service on all the desired regions, using a performance configuration to support your extended global coverage. When your clients access your frontend or APIs, they will be routed to the closest App Service, which in turn, will connect to the local Cosmos DB replica.

^ Jump up to: a b c d e f Li, H.; Lo, H. (2015). “Do You Recognize Its Brand? The Effectiveness of Online In-Stream Video Advertisements”. Journal of Advertising. 44 (3): 208–218. doi:10.1080/00913367.2014.956376.

If anything, social media is probably about to move more toward ephemeral sharing for quicker, more intimate sharing without the stress of having to blast something out to hundreds or thousands of followers that stays up there unless it’s manually deleted. Instagram has already made the move toward ephemeral content sharing with its Snapchat-like stories feature, so maybe more platforms will be soon to follow.

Social media has a treasure trove of benefits to help you grow your business. By using it to learn more about your customers, engage with your audience, and extend your brand reach, you’ll be converted before you know it.

Twitter is known as the real-time, public microblogging network where news breaks first. Most users love it for its short message limit (now 280 characters) and unfiltered feed that showed them absolutely everything in the form of tweets.

Your definition of digital marketing as it takes into cognisance the “push and pull” while providing real time feedback on campaign effectiveness is quite true. It is quite important that as marketeers, we constantly carry out an evaluation of all activities with respect to real time impact.

It’s difficult to predict anything exactly, but if one thing can be said about the future of social media, it will probably be more personalized and less noisy. Over-sharing will be less of a problem and filtering out irrelevant information will become a stronger trend.

Jump up ^ Spears, B. A.; Taddeo, C. M.; Daly, A. L.; Stretton, A.; Karklins, L. T. (2015). “Cyberbullying, help-seeking and mental health in young Australians: Implications for public health”. International Journal of Public Health. 60 (2): 219–226. doi:10.1007/s00038-014-0642-y.

^ Jump up to: a b Riketta, M.; Nienber, S. (2007). “Multiple identities and work motivation: The role of perceived compatibility between nested organizational units”. British Journal of Management. 18: S61–77. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8551.2007.00526.x.

Social media marketing provides organizations with a way to connect with their customers. However, organizations must protect their information as well as closely watch comments and concerns on the social media they use. A flash poll done on 1225 IT executives from 33 countries revealed that social media mishaps caused organizations a combined $4.3 million in damages in 2010.[100] The top three social media incidents an organization faced during the previous year included employees sharing too much information in public forums, loss or exposure of confidential information, and increased exposure to litigation.[100] Due to the viral nature of the Internet, a mistake by a single employee has in some cases shown to result in devastating consequences for organizations. An example of a social media mishap includes designer Kenneth Cole’s Twitter mishap in 2011. When Kenneth Cole tweeted, “Millions are in uproar in #Cairo. Rumor has they heard our new spring collection is now available online at [Kenneth Cole’s website]”.[101] This reference to the 2011 Egyptian revolution drew an objection from the public; it was widely objected to on the Internet.[101] Kenneth Cole realized his mistake shortly after and responded with a statement apologizing for the tweet.[102]

Some social networks use groups to help you find people with similar interests or engage in discussions on certain topics. A group can be anything from “Johnson High Class of ’98” or “People Who Like Books” to “Doors Fans”. 

Tumblr is an extremely popular social blogging platform that’s heavily used by teens and young adults. Like Pinterest, it’s best known for sharing visual content. Users can customize their blog theme, create blog posts in all sorts of different types of content formats, follow other users to see content in their dashboard feed and be followed back.

As you might have noticed in the JSON document that references a post, there are multiple occurrences of a user. And you’d have guessed right, this means that the information that represents a user, given this denormalization, might be present in more than one place.

The Nike+ Training app has tons of workout videos for various exercises, ability levels, and goals. They all include an instruction element that runs you through a new move each time before you have to try it yourself. You can also accumulate points for your workouts that add up to unlocking “premium” level routines. If you’re looking for something effective, look no further: These are the real deal. You will sweat.

Social capital is a sociological concept about the value of social relations and the role of cooperation and confidence to achieve positive outcomes. The term refers to the value one can get from their social ties. For example, newly arrived immigrants can make use of their social ties to established migrants to acquire jobs they may otherwise have trouble getting (e.g., because of unfamiliarity with the local language). A positive relationship exists between social capital and the intensity of social network use.[61][62] In a dynamic framework, higher activity in a network feeds into higher social capital which itself encourages more activity.[63]

If your company is B2C, depending on the price point of your products, it’s likely that the goal of your digital marketing efforts is to attract people to your website and have them become customers without ever needing to speak to a salesperson.

You’ve seen the commercials, but there’s more reason than Mariah Carey’s endorsement to download this Age of Empires-like game. The strategy war game is focused on building and defending, and it’s what about 90 percent of the people on the bus are doing during your commute.

^ Jump up to: a b c d e f g Kaplan, Andreas M. (March–April 2012). “If you love something, let it go mobile: Mobile marketing and mobile social media 4×4”. Business Horizons. 55 (2): 129–139. doi:10.1016/j.bushor.2011.10.009.

Jump up ^ Gaudeul, Alexia; Giannetti, Caterina (2013). “The role of reciprocation in social network formation, with an application to LiveJournal”. Social Networks. 35 (3): 317–330. doi:10.1016/j.socnet.2013.03.003. ISSN 0378-8733.

Platforms like LinkedIn create an environment for companies and clients to connect online.[73] Companies that recognize the need for information, originality/ and accessibility employ blogs to make their products popular and unique/ and ultimately reach out to consumers who are privy to social media.[74] Studies from 2009 show that consumers view coverage in the media or from bloggers as being more neutral and credible than print advertisements, which are not thought of as free or independent.[75] Blogs allow a product or company to provide longer descriptions of products or services, can include testimonials and can link to and from other social network and blog pages. Blogs can be updated frequently and are promotional techniques for keeping customers, and also for acquiring followers and subscribers who can then be directed to social network pages. Online communities can enable a business to reach the clients of other businesses using the platform. To allow firms to measure their standing in the corporate world, sites enable employees to place evaluations of their companies.[73] Some businesses opt out of integrating social media platforms into their traditional marketing regimen. There are also specific corporate standards that apply when interacting online.[73] To maintain an advantage in a business-consumer relationship, businesses have to be aware of four key assets that consumers maintain: information, involvement, community, and control.[76]

I completely agree with you, Cyber Safety Lady. I think the Common Sense Media review of Kik needs to be updated. The sub-apps of Kik (available via a side swipe) offer their own versions of YouTube, Internet Browser, Image searching and more. There are parents out there that may think that turning off Safari will prohibit their child from accessing YouTube or other inappropriate content; however, Kik is a backdoor for your children to access these very sites. The problem with the CSM review of Kik is that it falls into the trap of categorizing the app as a “texting” app, but it is much, much more! Please re-evaluate the product and see if you agree that your review needs to be updated. Thank you Cyber Safety Lady! (I think I originally learned of the holes in Kik from you!)

It’s unclear whether this app is really going to catch on or not. It certainly made a ripple in the news when it launched, but with so many other social networks out there already, it wouldn’t be surprising to see this one struggle to make its mark. Peach gives users a very simple way to share posts with friends using photos, looping videos, text-based messages, links, GIFs, the weather, your location and more. There are also other little fun features for users to enjoy, like playing a game of “Peachball” or drawing doodles. Time will only tell whether this will be one to gain any traction among the bigger social networks. More »

Planned content begins with the creative/marketing team generating their ideas, once they have completed their ideas they send them off for approval. There is two general ways of doing so. The first is where each sector approves the plan one after another, editor, brand, followed by the legal team (Brito, 2013). Sectors may differ depending on the size and philosophy of the business. The second is where each sector is given 24 hours (or such designated time) to sign off or disapprove. If no action is given within the 24-hour period the original plan is implemented. Planned content is often noticeable to customers and is un-original or lacks excitement but is also a safer option to avoid unnecessary backlash from the public.[94] Both routes for planned content are time consuming as in the above; the first way to approval takes 72 hours to be approved. Although the second route can be significantly shorter it also holds more risk particularly in the legal department.

This is another one that involves requesting a demo before you can sign right up and get going on your next social media marketing campaign. It’s typically meant to be used by larger organizations that have big audiences and lots of engagement happening. More »

Jump up ^ Heath, R.; Brandt, D.; Narin, A. (2006). “Brand relationships: Strengthened by emotion, weakened by attention”. Journal of Advertising Research. 46 (4): 410–419. doi:10.2501/s002184990606048x.

Predatory comments are a concern. Because anyone can communicate with broadcasters, there is the potential for viewers to request sexual pictures or performances or to contact them through other social means and send private images or messages.

You don’t need to know the ins and outs of all the apps, sites, and terms that are “hot” right now (and frankly, if you did, they wouldn’t be trendy anymore). But knowing the basics — what they are, why they’re popular, and what problems can crop up when they’re not used responsibly — can make the difference between a positive and a negative experience for your kid.

Bots (short for robots) are automated programs that run over the internet.[35] There are many forms bots with varying behaviors.[36] The bots most relevant to social media marketing are chatbots and social bots.[37] Chatbots and social bots are programmed to mimic natural human interactions such as liking, commenting, following, and unfollowing on social media platforms.[38] The ability of these bots to automate social media marketing needs has created a large demand and the establishment of a new industry of bot providers.[39]

Privacy/Security: Many social media platforms still get hacked from time to time despite having good security measures in place. Some also don’t offer all the privacy options that users need to keep their information as private as they want them to be.


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