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Category - 'Social Media'

Microsoft Collaborates With Facebook for Cloud-Based Docs

April 22nd, 2010 by Team Pi
Microsoft and Facebook formed an unlikely partnership and announced the launch of an online apps platform, Docs Beta. This would enable Facebook users to create, and share Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents. FUSE Labs, a division of Microsoft, took four months to build this software that focuses on social connectivity. The announcement was made in [...]
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Facebook to Be More Dynamic With the Launch of ‘Community Pages’

April 21st, 2010 by Team Pi
Facebook is going to link profiles and pages and has recently started an all-new way to share your hobbies, likings and interest in the form of ‘Community Pages’. This development came shortly after Facebook introduced “like” terminology where a user can click a button indicating that he liked the organization/page/brand instead of becoming fan of [...]
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Using Twitter For Your Business

April 21st, 2010 by Team Pi
Twitter is one of the most popular forms of social media. However, Twitter can be used for business opportunities, as a part of your company’s social strategy. There are five simple strategies to be followed. They are: Pitch Your Followers, Reward Loyalty, Market Research, Target Niche Audiences, and Add Your Own Metadata. You can share your [...]
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Study: Most of Buzz Content Is Automated

April 20th, 2010 by Team Pi
A study by PostRank has found that most of the content (89.04%) in Google Buzz is from automated sources like news feeds. 62.57% of its content is from Twitter, while 26.47% is through RSS. Twitter users automatically repost their tweets to Buzz to avoid retyping. Similarly companies post their blogs and articles via RSS feed, without [...]
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How to Make Facebook Ads Effective

April 20th, 2010 by Team Pi
psp the adjustment bureau movie download Conclusive reports have revealed that earned media and social advocacy made it more likely for the users of Facebook to notice ads and make purchases online. Here are some smart tips for advertisers: Start with engaging homepage impressions (homepage ads with “become a fan” option); [...]
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Tips to Write an SEO Friendly Press Release

April 20th, 2010 by Team Pi
It is important that your press releases are SEO friendly in order to grab attention of search engines and draw good traffic to your site. Press releases allow enterprises to deliver event and miscellaneous news to the Internet which can be found through search engines quickly. Here are some tips to help you write an [...]
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How are Fortune 100 Companies Influencing Social Media?

April 19th, 2010 by Team Pi
An infographic created by Flowtown has revealed how several Fortune 100 companies are using social media to manage their engagements and generate followers. The percentage of these companies using different social networking sites is Twitter (65%), Facebook (54%), YouTube (50%) and Corporate Blogs (33%). 79% of the companies use atleast one of these sites, but only [...]
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Glympse to Be Available On Facebook

April 19th, 2010 by Team Pi
Created for the iPhone, Windows Mobile and the Android, Glympse is a clever app which would enable its users to share their locations by the means of maps. These maps are dynamically updated, and they help to reveal the users location. With Facebook’s decision to include Gylmpse in Facebook Connect, the users can install a Glympse [...]
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Social Media: A Beneficial Addiction?

April 19th, 2010 by Team Pi
Online marketing and advertising using social media is widely accepted today. The simple reason is that social media is addictive. It becomes easy to target consumers once you study the habits and behavior of social media users. This can help you increase the effectiveness of your online campaigns. A survey report by a renowned firm reveals [...]
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26% Users Ready to Pay for Twitter Business Accounts

April 18th, 2010 by Team Pi
Twitter is to launch its business accounts soon, as several organizations are currently testing out their corporate platforms. Twitter claims that the corporate accounts will provide businesses with statistical data to determine their Twitter performance. The normal web measurement metrics such as click through rate, tweet sentiments and retweet rate will be available. Twitter prefers to [...]
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