Very rarely do we like being told what to do, especially when it comes to doing our job. But most of us do appreciate sound advice. In fact, we prefer that useful information is shared with us. continue
It is well established that brain games and puzzles act as calisthenics for our brains, expanding their capacity and improving their overall health. More surprising are the findings of a study led by researchers at the University of Michigan. It shows that just as effective in building cognitive strength are social interactions. continue
Social-savvy brands have been using Twitter to engage with fans and followers for years, but since we know most of them aren’t advertising, what are they using the service for?
Language is only the most obvious part of the global communication gap. Different cultures also have distinct approaches to communication during meetings, as described by British linguist Richard D. Lewis, whose best-selling book, “When Cultures Collide,” charts these as well as leadership styles and cultural identities.
Researcher Danah Boyd talks about teens, identity, and the future of digital communication
The “Interest Graph” is not the “Social Graph”. But what does that mean and why should you care?
Despite the rapid ascent of Interest-based platforms, such as Pinterest, Sulia, WeHeartIt and Wanelo, we rarely see dialogue about the Interest Graph except in a Social context. However, The Interest Graph and Social Graph are two fundamentally different infrastructures with different underlying assumptions for marketers.
“Who do you like?” asked recent ads on Facebook, featuring young women in alluring poses.
Some of the ads were configured to reach young teens, who were invited to join an app called Ilikeq that let others rate their attractiveness, comment on their photos and say if they would like to date them.
Are you answering customer concerns on Facebook?
Is offering social customer service important for your business?
Is the U.S. consumer tapped out? If so, how in the world will the U.S. economy possibly improve in 2014? Most Americans know that the U.S. economy is heavily dependent on consumer spending. If average Americans are not out there spending money,…
I recently followed along with “live tweeting” on Twitter during the Social Media Club LA (SMCLA) Foodie Event. While I wasn’t physically there, I was still inspired and through social media I was able to “be there” virtually. God, how I love…
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