Facebook introduced Job Listings and now they are testing the ability to upload your resume. If these features sound familiar, then you probably already know this is what LinkedIn has been doing for years but with a larger audience could this be the beginning of the end of LinkedIn’s reign as the social media job site?
When Twitter is ready. That’s the simple answer. So what does it mean to marketers and business owners when we will have the ability to double our tweets? Hopefully very little. The 140 character tweet that we have grown to love works. When you hear Ken Herron and Carol McManus weigh in on the conversation, you’ll learn how to stretch your tweet message without using up the extra bandwidth.
Well it has been a long time coming, but finally Facebook is introducing a “Dislike” button. Why you ask? Because users have been requesting it over and over – but why now and what will it mean? For personal posts, it will be more appropriate to Dislike rather than Like when someone posts a death in the family, a terminal disease, or something begging for sympathy. But with business pages, this could be a game changer.
No, that is not a type. Facebook has introduced a single destination where users can access all of its tools geared toward responding to crisis. It should be no surprise that individuals and businesses alike have been turning to Facebook for a long time to report current events and locate lost friends and relatives. And now Facebook is making it even easier for people to share information.
Hurricane Irma like Harvey is now in the history books, but the devastation both storms left behind with take years of recovery. During times like this marketing sensitivity is essential for businesses to maintain their credibility and loyalty from their customer base. On today’s show hosts Carol McManus and Ken Herron will offer some tips on what to do and what not to do.
We will be exploring the rules and the implications of the updated FTC Endorsement Guide and what the potential consequences are if you do not disclose Influencer relationships in your marketing. This is not something to ignore!
Did you know that your presence on LinkedIn is now visible when you are on online? We didn’t think so. The latest innovation from LinkedIn may or may not be welcome news. We’re all used to having our online presence visible on Facebook, but never on LinkedIn. What does it mean and how will it impact your engagement with your connects? Tune in this Social Solutions to get our take on it.