Tag Archives: personality

Retweet After Me: Week of Sept. 3, 2013

Here’s another round up of good-to-know information for you!

Google Plus for Business – The Google Plus Features You Should Know by Evan LePage

Only a few months ago, Google Plus underwent a serious redesign. The major changes, coupled with the fact that many people are only now starting to get themselves and their businesses on the network, mean a lot of users probably don’t know all the features the fast-growing social network brings to the table. [Read More]

Be More Personable on Social Media: 3 Tips by Jeff Haden

Almost every business engages its customers through social media. Some do it well… and many could do it better. If you fall into the latter category, here are tips from Andrew Caravella, VP of marketing at Sprout Social, a leading social media management and engagement platform. [Read More]

Higher Education Searches Rise on Google, Reveal Marketing Opportunity [Study] by Jessica Lee

Attention marketers: demand is high on mobile devices for higher education info, and online programs from traditional universities are highly sought after, according to new Google research that was revealed during the first Hangout on Air for Google’s education team. [Read More]

Top 10 Social Media Research Articles for the First Half of 2013 for Public Relations Professionals

With the explosive growth of social media, the editors of the Institute for Public Relations’ Social Science for Social Media Research Center have identified what we think are the top nine social media research reports in the first half of 2013 that are beneficial for public relations professionals. We determined this based on the rigor of the report’s methodology, sample size, findings, and accessibility. [Read More]

Content on Tumblr has a Longer Shelf Life than on any Other Social Network by Sarah Evans

Networks, like Tumblr, reddit and even Pinterest have changed the way we not only share, but re-share information. The very act of “re-pinning” and “reblogging” are the way information travels and are essential tactics for the most popular players on each site. New research from social analytics company, simplymeasured looks at how the reblog keeps content alive. [Read More]