Published By: Clearswift
Published Date: Jun 09, 2008
Anyone who spends any time online cannot have failed to notice. People are using the Web in new ways; ways that make the 'brochureware' of the early Web experience look and feel decidedly flat. It's a new world, characterised by a wave of new jargon, brands and web based experiences. MySpace. FaceBook. Wikipedia. Flickr. Twitter. YouTube. Mashups. Blogs. Newsfeeds. Download this white paper for a simple guide to the terms, opportunities and threats that Web 2.0 poses.
Published By: Facebook
Published Date: Mar 07, 2012
This report provides early insights from Nielsen's BrandLift product which analyzed survey data from more than 800,000 Facebook users in response to more than 125 Facebook ad campaigns from 70 brand advertisers.
Published By: Facebook
Published Date: Mar 07, 2012
Want practical tips on how to get started and drive value using Facebook? Consider your business connections. Using Facebook you can create awareness and build essential connections. Download the official best practice guide for your page and media strategy on Facebook.
Did you know you reach only a fraction of your fanbase every time you post a branded message on Facebook? Whether your fans receive your content in their newsfeeds depends on a Facebook algorithm called EdgeRank. We partnered with the experts at EdgeRank Checker to uncover what makes EdgeRank tick-and how you can use it to your advantage.
With the debut of Timeline for brands on February 29th, brands and marketers everywhere wondered whether the major changes to fan page functionality would cause noticeable differences in engagement activity. We decided to find out. We ran the stats for 43 brands ranging from 20K to 40MM fans and tracked every engagement metric 21 days prior to and 21 days after the Timeline change. We'd like to share the results.
Launching a social advertising campaign may be easy. However, creating a great social advertising campaign that actually pays off can be a real challenge. Plus, the rules for success change from Facebook to Twitter to LinkedIn.
Given that Facebook alone has nearly a billion users, the possibilities are too significant to ignore. But how do you tap into the full potential? Our best practices ROI report focuses on 6 social marketing success stories from 5 different industries-each demonstrating a significant positive ROI for the featured brand.
Alors qu'un nombre croissant d'entreprises adopte la puissance des médias sociaux, les violations de la sécurité sont également en hausse. Piratage du Twitter de l'entreprise, salariés malhonnêtes qui usurpent le compte Facebook de l'entreprise, cadres supérieurs qui divulguent des informations confidentielles sur leurs réseaux personnels.
Ces sortes de crises peuvent être catastrophiques pour votre marque. Savez-vous comment les éviter?
In this ebook, we’re going to cut through the clutter and jargon. We will focus on showing you how to use social media to support your recruiting efforts, rather than just telling you why you need to use it.
Zoom out to the bigger picture, though, and you see that Facebook is just one channel. If you use Skype, Slack, Kik, and digital voice assistants, you’ll have to build six or eight of these endpoints straight away. And chatbots are being asked to handle ever more complex responses, so you better build on a platform of machine learning and natural language processing to keep up.
That’s why the question enterprise developers should be asking is not “Which chatbot service do I start with?” but “Which platform will let me crank out a chatbot today and also support multiple channels and integrate with back-end systems as these chatbots take off?”
Sponsorships can be more than a logo placement. In fact, they should be.
Don’t just put a sponsor’s logo in your ads (and vice versa). Instead, give interested brands a way to really grab the audience’s attention. Still need proof social is the way to go? We’ll give you 1,700 reasons. That’s the number of banner ads consumers get served every month.
On top of that, people are (over) exposed to more than 16,000 commercials annually – and struggle to recall any. It’s not an exaggeration to say consumer attention is fragmented.
So how can you ensure the packages you sell create affinity between brands and the consumers they desperately covet? By giving everyone a chance to connect with each other. After all,
your audience is probably already talking about your event on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Download here to learn more!
We live in a digital world, surrounded by the most
powerful innovations in human communication since
the invention of the printing press. We document our daily lives on a global scale. With Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media sites, we are always plugged in, consuming and producing content every minute of every day.
Understanding the power of social integration is
half the battle; finding the right tools and strategies
to help you do this easily and effectively is equally
important. Knowing what to look for and what to get out of a social experience platform is extremely important in creating a successful campaign, product launch, or dynamic brand experience.
The old adage, "you get what you pay for" may no longer be true when it comes to traditional paid media investments. Effectiveness of traditional advertising and paid media - TV, newspaper, print - is on the decline, so marketers are choosing to push their dollars to social advertisements. In fact, 62% of marketers expect to increase their spending on Facebook marketing, along with other social media sites, over the next year.
Marketers now must focus their attention on getting more from their advertising efforts by making sure that their media strategies work together. This means their paid media must work with their owned media to get more consumers to engage and participate - thus driving more earned media and amplification for their brand.
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Here at Spredfast, we were as caught up in the World Cup as the rest of the planet. As much as we enjoyed watching the strategy on the field, we were also really excited about the social strategies implemented during the tournament by savvy brands and media properties.
Research and Education (R&E) networks are experiencing a surge in capacity demand as a result of the massive growth of streaming media (Netflix, Facebook, YouTube), growing utilization of public cloud services, and the continued need to support large scientific data file transfers for researchers collaborating around the globe. This increase in traffic is driving many operators to evaluate network backbone upgrades to 100G. Upgrading is necessary but costly. But what if operators could upgrade their R&E networks to 100G for 50 percent less CAPEX investment and extend the life of the existing routers, while actually simplifying the architecture to enable lower operational costs? Download our app note to learn how.
As marketers, we use data at every level, from determining Facebook targeting to timing a major product launch. But how often do we take a look under the hood at the quality and usefulness of our data?
In this playbook, we’ll cover the strengths and weaknesses of third-party, second-party, and first-party data and where declared data fits into the current data landscape.
You’ll learn plays for activating declared data for:
Qualified lead generation
1-to-1 email personalization
Custom audiences and personalized retargeting
Audience building and profiling
In this section, we’ll cover the definitions, sources, and strengths and weaknesses of third-, second-, and first-party data.
Published By: Domo APAC
Published Date: Mar 04, 2019
Cisco’s marketing team has invested massively in technology over the past two years. This
$50 million investment in software has put Cisco at the leading edge of B2B technology
marketing. 40 new applications have been put in place, creating one of the most
sophisticated marketing technology stacks in the industry, resembling the more consumeroriented Amazon, Google, and Facebook. This investment has earned Cisco’s marketing team
plaudits and several industry awards
Sixty-three percent of data breaches involve weak, default, or stolen passwords.
Why? To put it simply, password fatigue. Think of all the passwords you keep track of for your personal needs—your mobile banking app, your Gmail, your Facebook account, your Amazon Prime… the list goes on. Best practices tell us that we should use a unique and complex password for every service, but due to increased cloud adoption—enabling anytime access to applications from any device—users lean toward convenient but risky password practices.
Published By: Silverpop
Published Date: Jun 15, 2012
Racking up more "likes" is a good thing-but only if you tie them to strategic goals such as increasing sales, brand awareness and overall revenue. Learn tactics you can use to turn Facebook "likes" into customers.