Putting Social Media in human years helps us understand what type of platform we are looking at.
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Context rules in the realm of social media. Great writing or video is of no value if it does not engage with the right audience.
The deep end of social media can lead to wasted efforts and resources – avoid it.
User Generated Content (UGC) is a great aspect of social media. But Enhancing to User Generated Value is more complex.
The basics of understanding social media’s future requires we look ahead of the curve – and see it is already happening.
Making social media sustainable is not as simple as a choice – it is creating a community that will keep coming back.
Establishing an ROI of Social Media isn’t a science, but there are some very important steps to take. Otherwise, you risk alienating your audience.
Web 2.0 came in with a phenomenal wave of buzz, but if we want to rediscover it we need to take a step back.
Social Media and Sustainability goals have an important thing in common – they can streamline, and improve, corporate goals.