Retweet After Me: Week of Jan. 7, 2014

How to Use Google+ Hangouts for Your Business by Phyllis Khare

Are you using the Google+ video hangout feature? Are you looking for some creative ideas to use hangouts? Keep reading to discover how your business can connect in a personal way with your customers using this face-to-face video conferencing tool. [Read More]

How Morton’s Steakhouse Won Over Social Media After Cancer Patient Controversy by Kim LaCapria

Popular chain Morton’s Steakhouse found itself on the losing side of the power of social reviewing this week, when a situation at their Nashville branch was described in a Yelp review that later went viral and caused big headaches for the chain. [Read More]

The Complete Guide to Tumblr Etiquette by Sara Roncero-Menendez

Tumblr, like most social media platforms, has a world all its own, complete with a specific etiquette. It can be a bit confusing for users just starting out on the site, and although Tumblr has plenty of users who are willing to help, not everyone knows how to find them. [Read More]

Are Twitter Ads Useless? by Larry Kim

Twitter rocked markets this week with a spectacular initial showing. But how do Twitter ads measure up against Facebook ads? Is it worth spending your ad dollars on Twitter? [Read More]

Authorities issue confusing social media policy for Sochi Olympics by Fran Berkman

The International Olympic Committee is confusing journalists. First, reporters scheduled to cover the 2014 Sochi Olympics were led to believe that they would lose press access if they used Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Pinterest or any social media to post photos from their phone. [Read More]

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