If there was ever a doubt before, all doubt has been erased by this screenshot:
OK, it’s cheesy, but hey, so am I. That magic number is already passed, but you can see where I sit right now.
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This is a guest post courtesy of maxyRO
In America, we’re in the midst of the elections. It’s a time where the political landscape is changing and everyone is trying to grab a slice of the pie. We, as social media users, have paid a good share of attention to the US elections, sometimes unwillingly.
It goes without saying that social media is a big part of the online campaigns that are helping candidates reach out to its younger audience. But it’s not just the US candidates that have taken up social media and started using it as a political tool.
Countries overseas are also getting into the social media landscape. Romania has the first Prime Minister in the European Union to get both a twitter and a facebook account along with the launch of his new website. Continue reading European Politics 2.0: Romanian PM hits Twitter, Facebook
Social Media Marketing isn’t new. 2008 is simply the year that it emerges as THE thing to do if you want your business, charity, or blog to be “in” instead of “out”.
With companies that aren’t traditionally forward thinking in their marketing techniques, such as Ford Motor Company and Starbucks, making a push to enter social media marketing, it is clear that both big and small business are starting to take notice. Even local businesses are approaching anyone knowledgeable they can find on the subject to help them.
Below are some of the social media initiatives and trends from 2007 that tell of things to come in 2008. First, there are ways to create a web presence that goes beyond building a website or a blog. Then there are ways to drive traffic through social media to these websites. Continue reading Going Social for Marketing, Business, and Fun