Unified Social Inbox The most valuable asset anyone has is time, and in today's bloated world of information overload it's
The expansion to London over New York was a hard one, but it ultimately came down to treading waters, per se, in another
As a small business, you might have heard horror stories about social media. For every story about a waitress funding a wheelchair for her father after paying for a fire fighter's breakfast, there are many more stories about business owners behaving badly and their reputation being trashed online.
This 'Internet of things' we call the web has naturally morphed into The Facebook, Twitterland and numerous other social media channels, where a generation of millennials and select old people (generation x'ers and the like) spend their every waking minute contributing and curating content in hopes of engaging 'someone.'
In March of this year, a group of social media enthusiasts and developers of the @Crowdfire Twitter Premier League set out to challenge one another to see who could amass the greatest number of Twitter followers in a given period of time.
Employees have the flexibility to select and use the tools that suit them best and a 'Bring Your Own Application' business environment is emerging. In this scenario, progress is seemingly the winner, but there is danger ahead without strategic consolidation and standardization
While all of these tools can help a bit, none will completely eliminate information overload or the stress of living in a society where you're expected to be on call 24 hours a day. But there's a tool for that built into just about every device you own. It's called the On/Off switch.
While consumer social like Facebook and Twitter gets the headlines, perhaps the greatest untapped potential for social networking lies in business applications.
Facebook, for example, announced a major privacy revamp last August. the social networking site reworked a bunch of its privacy