Google Plus recently introduced a new public metric on user profiles where they show the total number of post views the user has generated. This, in itself, is an interesting metric, because it shows how active each user is on Google Plus, and how many people have actually viewed posts they have made. But I have decided to take this number one step further, and introduce a brand new quality metric: Views Per Follower (VPF).
If you are fairly knew to the Google Plus social network, or if you have never really paid much attention to Google+ in the past but would now like to build up your account, then this post is for you. If you’ve claimed your Google Authorship and linked your blog or site, then the next step is to start building up your authority and your profile. You have to add your friends and get some followers, but what’s just as …
Google Plus continues to make changes to their interface by making feature changes and moving content and options around. I am not surprised, as Google is constantly tweaking their search results pages for a better user experience. So why shouldn’t they do this with Google Plus?
Klout, the site that measures your social media influence, now allows you to share content directly from their site. After you’ve connected your site with Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and a host of other social media sites, you can use Klout to share content on Klout and on those other connected accounts.
Facebook has changed its policies and everything you post will be shared with everyone! Ok, not really. But there’s no doubt you noticed the panic that spread throughout Facebook earlier this week. Stock status updates were being shared by seemingly everyone in a desperate attempt to protect their control over their own posts. The problem was, it was all a hoax.
I spend most of my day signed into Twitter (I hate leaving it behind when I leave my desk) and have my Trending Topics set to Dallas-Fort Worth. Cody our Internet marketing specialist pointed out to me that #ZebraGirl was trending, and neither of us knew what that was, let alone how it ended up the third-most popular topic on Twitter for DFW.
Popular amongst women of all ages, Lilly Pulitzer has been a long-standing symbol of fun, feminine fashion including their hallmark product- the brightly colored shift. One particular consumer segment received a big gift from the Lilly Pulitzer brand when the company developed a line of bags and accessories in custom-designed sorority prints. Originally the prints were for four national sororities- Delta Zeta, Kappa Delta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Delta Delta Delta.
If you’re trying to develop a Facebook application. Recently, Facebook has provided a new feature for developers: The ability to create test users.
An IT Consultant in Pakistan tweeting about loud noises and a random helicopter unwittingly provided live coverage of the raid US Navy SEALs led on Osama Bin Laden’s that ended in Bin Laden’s death.
Eric interviews Jeremy M. Meyer Globe Runner SEO’s Director of Social Media about creating buzz.using Facebook and other Social Media platforms.