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26th
Jul
Thu
  • katiefarrell:

I see this happen a lot on Facebook, or people comment on the link with their answer instead of following it! 
whatshouldwecallsocialmedia:

WHEN I POST A LINK TO A CONTEST/SWEEPSTAKES AND PEOPLE STILL ASK WHERE THEY CAN ENTER.

    katiefarrell:

    I see this happen a lot on Facebook, or people comment on the link with their answer instead of following it! 

    whatshouldwecallsocialmedia:

    WHEN I POST A LINK TO A CONTEST/SWEEPSTAKES AND PEOPLE STILL ASK WHERE THEY CAN ENTER.

    Tags: social media simon cowell facebook contest 
    Notes: 29
    Reblogged from katieolivepr
  • 9th
    Jul
    Mon
  • nycreativeinterns:

How to thrive on the internet.

    nycreativeinterns:

    How to thrive on the internet.

    Tags: social media facebook twitter youtube google wikipedia tips 
    Notes: 6
    Reblogged from find-spark
  • 30th
    Mar
    Fri

    futurejournalismproject:

    News Orgs: their Fans and Followers, March 2012

    The Onion, holding its own.

    Tags: facebook twitter facebook fans twitter followers 
    Notes: 417
    Reblogged from ilovecharts
    19th
    Mar
    Mon
  • ilovecharts:

newshour:

Do you get your news from Facebook and other social media?
Just 9% of those who were surveyed earlier this year in a Pew Research Center study said they frequently follow news recommendations from either Facebook or Twitter when using computers, smartphones or tablets.
“Social media is secondary,” said Amy Mitchell, deputy director of the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism. “Clearly it’s grown, clearly it’s the new player and part of the landscape, but it’s not the overwhelming driver.”

Yet.

    ilovecharts:

    newshour:

    Do you get your news from Facebook and other social media?

    Just 9% of those who were surveyed earlier this year in a Pew Research Center study said they frequently follow news recommendations from either Facebook or Twitter when using computers, smartphones or tablets.

    “Social media is secondary,” said Amy Mitchell, deputy director of the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism. “Clearly it’s grown, clearly it’s the new player and part of the landscape, but it’s not the overwhelming driver.”

    Yet.

    Tags: social media twitter facebook news direct news app 
    Notes: 66
    Reblogged from ilovecharts
  • 28th
    Feb
    Tue
  • shortformblog:

A somewhat different take on the thing we reblogged earlier, but it shows two very interesting things: First, Tumblr and Pinterest are timesucks in equal measure, and second, nobody’s actually hanging around Google+ once they sign up. The latter is the subject of this super-interesting Wall Street Journal piece. (EDIT: A good point: Don’t take that Twitter number at face value, as this graphic skips two key elements of the Twitter experience — mobile and third-party apps.)

    shortformblog:

    A somewhat different take on the thing we reblogged earlier, but it shows two very interesting things: First, Tumblr and Pinterest are timesucks in equal measure, and second, nobody’s actually hanging around Google+ once they sign up. The latter is the subject of this super-interesting Wall Street Journal piece. (EDIT: A good point: Don’t take that Twitter number at face value, as this graphic skips two key elements of the Twitter experience — mobile and third-party apps.)

    Tags: facebook tumblr pinterest linkedin myspace twitter google+ 
    Notes: 721
    Reblogged from ilovecharts
  • 2nd
    Feb
    Thu
  • “ Simply put: we don’t build services to make money; we make money to build better services. ”

    - Mark Zuckerberg, in a letter to shareholders in today’s S-1 filing for Facebook’s initial public offering. (via fastcompany)
    Tags: mark zuckerberg facebook ipo shareholders 
    Notes: 52
    Reblogged from fastcompany
  • 26th
    Jan
    Thu
  • helloyoucreatives:

Library vs social media.

    helloyoucreatives:

    Library vs social media.

  • 24th
    Oct
    Mon
  • 5th
    Oct
    Wed
  • Talent Traffic between Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Microsoft, LinkedIn and Apple

    factsanddata:

    Thank you for the submission!

    Tags: Google Apple Facebook Yahoo Microsoft LinkedIn submission 
    Notes: 25
    Reblogged from factsanddata
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