Posts Tagged ‘more’
Why you might start seeing this profile picture on Facebook a lot more
Iceland is not a country backwards about coming forwards when it comes to gender equality, consistently ranking as the best place in the world to be a woman. But a new campaign shows there's still work to be done. A new social media initiative is …
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'Russian Propaganda Kills,' Nemtsov's Daughter Says
She told RFE/RL last week that she has received many threatening messages on social media since her father was shot dead near the Kremlin on February 27, and does not feel safe in Russia. In the Vedomosti article, Nemtsova said state media … Zhanna …
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The Democratic Primary Just Got A Little More Lively: Bernie Sanders Actually …
… online video this month. First reported by Vermont Public Radio, a senior Sanders adviser confirmed to National Journal on Tuesday that the senator plans to release a statement Thursday that he's made a decision on 2016—and that he's going to go …
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Get Schooled On Social Media With Tallia Storm's 'Social Security'
Tallia Storm knows a thing or two about proper social media protocol. Whether it's when and how to place a hashtag or like an Instagram flick, she's got the social networking thing on smash. In her debut single “Social Security” off her four track …
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Bud Light slogan mishap generates social media backlash
INDIANAPOLIS (MEDIA GENERAL) – Anheuser-Busch has apologized after a new slogan, part of the company's #UpForWhatever Bud Light campaign, gained harsh criticism after spreading across social media this week. The slogan reads: “The perfect … “The Bud …
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In Millennial World, Social Shares More Influential in Purchasing Decisions
“However, just because social influences purchases doesn't mean those transactions take place online,” eMarketer concludes. “In fact, CivicScience found that those influenced most by social media chatter were most likely to make the majority of their …
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The Most Influential Brands Are Successful at Social
The higher the Klout Score, the more interested the audience is in the brand's social media activities. The findings imply that high brand value isn't enough to be successful on social media. Lithium chief marketing officer Katy Keim praised top …
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Social Influence: More Than Just a Game
Before social media, there really was no such thing as an online influencer. The closest things were media outlets that put content online. With the low cost of online publishing, the volume of content increased exponentially. Since advertising was the …
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Lithium Technologies snaps up social media barometer startup Klout
Social media-focused customer services management firm Lithium Technologies is all set to acquire Klout, a startup which gauges social media influence and offers advice on how to increase it. This nugget was unearthed by Re/code, who spoke to sources …
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Collaboration: Making sense of the chaos and measuring the influence of social …
Collaboration: Making sense of the chaos and measuring the influence of social media. As mobile becomes more essential to the business, companies need a reliable enterprise-class mobile application partner who can provide responsive, on-demand …
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Question by Aisha: How do I advertise my baked goods company to gain more sales?
I’m starting up a new company and I just wanted to know if anyone would have some tips on how i could increase my sale volume. I understand advertising with cards, flyers, social media but i do i get people to want to make more purchases.
Answer by Bruce
You might want to watch “Your Business” on msnbc early Sunday mornings. They have all sorts of tips for small business success.
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What are the differences between a sociopath and a psychopath? Is a psycopath just more of an intence level of?
Question by Ella: What are the differences between a sociopath and a psychopath? Is a psycopath just more of an intence level of?
of the psycopath or are the two disorders different? Does the sociopath eventually turn into a psycopath? Please explain…
Answer by noitall Yorkshire England (U.K.)
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Live Q&A: How to use social media more efficiently
Simply having a presence on social media isn't enough any more, and SME owners need to learn how to use these platforms more efficiently. That means not just jumping on every new Tumblr or Instagram which pops up. Digital media consultant Jennifer …
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NYC Social Media Consultant Announces Café Español In Greenwich Village …
Immediate Release – New York, New York – NYC Social Media Consultant Von Doane of Hire It Out Services Local Digital Marketing Company in Brooklyln, New York specializes in helping local businesses get found online in the highly competitive search …
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Karla Peppas Author and Business Consultant Announces New Book
A social media consultant can help anyone who wants clients. It is especially good for small businesses because it is cheaper than traditional advertising. You can target your clients by demographic or interest, and the targeted messages produce good …
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Question by ChildOfGod_1982: How many more school shootings will it take to put an end to social outcasting?
When will people get it through their thick skulls that the reason behind the school shootings is that. instead of social outcasts who are constantly picked on getting the psychological help that they need, they are picked on all the more and told by school authorities to turn the other cheek instead of punishing the people who thoughtlessly provoke them to such extreme anger and frustration that they snap?
Answer by von_meat_helmet
There will always be social outcasts, and school shootings. Get over it, it is life.
RANDOM – Get over it and yourself. War is accepted, encouraged, and part of human nature, just like kids killing eachother for stupid reasons.
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Question by Tokolosh: Who else goes to Fox for a chuckle, nothing more?
With Fox ruling ratings roost, CNN looks ahead
Jun 26th 2009
What’s the No. 1 brand in cable news? That depends, in part, on how many screens you’re counting.
With the second-quarter drawing to a close, Fox News Channel is running up the score on the competition, posting its highest ratings ever and boasting of an evening audience equal to those of CNN, MSNBC and Headline News combined.
But that’s only looking at TV. And that’s something CNN — which had its best second quarter since 2003 in total viewers, but fell to third place in primetime in the crucial 25-to-54 demographic — says it’s not doing anymore now that so much news is being consumed on computers and mobile devices.
“We used to be a television business,” says Jack Wakshlag, head of research for Turner Broadcasting. “We see our future in terms of being a multi-platform media company. Now we need a metric that will measure our power or our presence across the different platforms.”
As it happens, Nielsen, the ratings firm, recently started tracking such a metric. It’s called Nielsen Fusion, and it combines viewership and online usage data. The Fusion rankings for April show CNN with a commanding lead over both MSNBC and Fox News when it comes to reach among all viewers. (That’s looking at the full day, not just primetime.) CNN (which is part of the same media conglomerate as Daily Finance parent AOL) reached 125.3 million people in April, versus 105.5 milllion for MSNBC and 104.3 million for Fox.
That’s not really a surprise. CNN has always beaten Fox and MSNBC in reach, or cumulative audience. (Fox and MSNBC counter that advertisers make their buys based on ratings, not cumulative reach, which doesn’t reflect duration of viewership.) And CNN and MSNBC both have a big head start on Fox when it comes to web traffic; the Fox News Digital Network attracts fewer than half the unique visitors of the MSNBC or CNN digital networks (No. 1 and 3 among all news sites, respectively).
But as viewers increasingly migrate their news consumption from televisions to other types of screens, total cross-platform viewership is only going to get more important, says Wakshlag. He notes that 20 million viewers get news from both CNN television and a CNN website in the same month, versus only 9 million who do the same with Fox. “For some reason, they don’t have a lot of what we’re calling ‘integrators,’ and we’re seeing that as something that really says something about the strength of the brand,” he says.
From the article:
Let me suggest that by sheer numbers alone, this means that O’Reilly, Hannity, and Beck, while they are thought of as political figures by liberals, and, indeed, who all seem to become ever more belligerent in their anti-Obama positions, are actually thought of as light entertainment by their audiences.
Who else goes to Fox for a chuckle, nothing more?
Answer by Dan
Yawnnn quit acting superior
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The Future of Marketing is About Way More Than Social Media
Here I am, in Boston, watching the live stream of Marc Benioff at Dreamforce while practically everyone I know is actually there in San Fran. But I digress… what got me excited and then had me reacting quickly was the new Marketing Cloud that …
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10 Ways to Convince Anyone About Social Media Marketing
If you're having trouble convincing your boss, business partners, clients or even yourself that social media marketing is worthwhile, then read on. Everyone talks about how social media builds brand and product awareness, but what does that mean, and …
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