Facebook: The only social account for your business? At this point, Facebook is a given. If a business is going to be active on one social media platform, it’s Facebook. The reasons seem obvious. Facebook is Planet Earth’s favorite social media platform with hundreds of millions of active users and over 1 billion accounts. It
David Santy Blog / Social Media, Blogging, Web Design and Careers.
Originally posted June 6th, 2012. Updated: January 15th 2013 In its infancy more than a decade ago the Blog (short for “web log”) was a sort of online personal journal or diary. Millions of people the world over blog today. Some about their daily lives, others about hobbies and interests. Really, think of any subject
Google+ has a great feature called Hangouts On Air which allows you to start a group video chat and broadcast it LIVE on Youtube. This is one of the many reasons why businesses should use Google Plus, offering you a personal internet TV station! Google released a high quality stereo audio codec for Hangouts On
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Banning social media? Think twice! The rise of social media has also come with a healthy amount of worry over social media use in the workplace. Banning social media altogether seems like a win-win. People get back to doing their jobs, distractions go down, productivity goes up, and security risks are mitigated. This is an
In Why You Don’t Love Google+ (And Why You Should) I talked about how Google+ is more conducive to discovering and interacting with new people based on shared interests than Facebook. It’s due in part to Facebook’s terrible search feature, among other things. Naturally, this makes Google+ a better platform for creatives to showcase their
I was a relatively early adopter of Google+, having signed up for Google’s new social network while it was still in invite only beta. The first thing I noticed was that none of my friends were on it. I really dug the simplicity and the lack of annoying game apps like Farmville clogging up my