We asked those from the corporate world for their favourite examples of social media done right – and the lessons that can be gleaned from them.
Social Media Week has just begun. All over the world professionals will be discussing the latest trends and best practices for making the most out of corporate channels – and it represents a fantastic opportunity for your business to do the same.
When Instagram launched in 2010, few people could have predicted the success that the photo sharing platform was going to have. Seven years later, the app has over 400m active users every day.
The office Christmas party is a time for staff to celebrate their achievements over the past year and do some bonding. Whilst most of us enjoy it, as a business owner there are areas you should be aware of when organising and running your festive knees-up.
It came to light on Friday 3 November that Donald Trump’s Twitter account had been deleted. This was no technical error – an employee went “rogue”. So what can you do if this happens at your firm?
When it comes to achieving solid IT support in your business, the answer could be to add a social element to give employees familiarity.
In surveying a group of business leaders, it was found that 46 per cent do not see the use of Twitter any more – the main criticism being that there is a “lack of useful engagement” on the platform.
Instagram is now a certified social media giant, with over 700m users worldwide, 400m of which are active daily. Here’s how SMEs can crack it.
Pressured for being a woman and inspired by her clients, this private banker quit to solve a problem she and many others faced when looking for roommates.
While Twitter’s 280-character limit trial was intended to help people “express themselves” – the result of findings from its own research – companies have already started experimenting with it.
It seems Instagram marketing services can do no wrong, as its advertiser base has doubled to reach a new milestone of two million active users.
Social commerce has been given a new push in the UK, with shoppable video service Smartzer taking its tech to social media.