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Category - 'Social Networking'

Connecting Social Networks to Innovation

April 26th, 2010 by Team Pi
According to social media expert Mike Brown, there are specific ways to make social networking an observable part of your innovation efforts. Here is a rundown: How to Identify Needs? Initiate a social media monitoring system to track what customers are talking about your brand and service. Organize a contest where customers can identify challenges that they [...]
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Real-Time Search: SEO Concern of Online Marketers

April 26th, 2010 by Team Pi
The influence of real-time search results is a matter of prime concern among online marketers at the moment. These search results can have a derogatory impact on their company’s query ranking in the top half of organic search results. They believe that real-time feeds from Twitter, Facebook and others could push company listings below the [...]
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Latest Facebook Plugins May Impact SEO

April 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
Facebook announced three new types of Plugins, earlier this week, in the annual F8 developers’ conference. According to SearchEngineland.com, these new Plugins can impact  SEO rankings. The first Plugins announced are social Plugins that can be fused into a website. This Plugins include a like button, activity and recommended feeds. A user can announce his likings [...]
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Turn Your Facebook Profile into a Themed Blog

April 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
It is now possible to export your Facebook data including updates, photos and works and turn your profile into a mini blog. Talented Facebook designer Rob Goodlatte and another small team of Facebook designer/developers worked with Facebook’s new Open Graph API and created a few functional themes and import options for your Facebook content. They [...]
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Top Social Media Strategies to Engage Multicultural Consumers

April 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
Your larger marketing strategy should be multicultural the eagle full movie download – Multicultural social media campaigning should not be a one-off activity.  Instead it should be a part of your larger marketing strategy.  An added advantage of adopting this approach is that your company can share niche social media marketing practices across demographics. Thus, [...]
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Social Media Accounts for Half of Mobile Web Usage

April 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
the movie “the back-up plan” A recent report revealed a striking fact that over half of all time spent on the mobile web can be accounted for by social networking sites. Conclusive studies suggest that almost 60 percent of US mobile web usage was associated to social media in the past one week, with portals [...]
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Facebook’s Venture to Socialise the Web

April 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
Facebook has replaced its Facebook Connect platform with a new set of social plug-ins which will dramatically expand its presence across the web. Facebook’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, launched the new tools, which are part of the company’s Open Graph strategy at the annual F8 developer conference in San Francisco. The set of plug-ins is an attempt [...]
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Marketing Through Twitter

April 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
Marketing through social media is a very common type of marketing done these days. Marketing through Twitter is very easy. There are three simple strategies to be followed: creating a good background for your Twitter page, striking a balance between your tweets, and creating innovative ideas to sustain followers’ interest. Creating a good background for your [...]
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Mobile Internet Time Mostly Spent On Social Networks!!

April 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
A recent study revealed that around 60% of our mobile internet time is spent on social networking apps and sites, compared to a miniscule 14% on other web portals. the resident download dvdrip The stark difference amongst the time spent on other web portals and social networking, estimated to be around 13.65% and 59.83% ,leaves no doubt [...]
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Who will win the Geolocation War? Gowalla or Foursquare?

April 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
The ongoing geolocation war between two of the largest mobile apps, namely Gowalla and Foursquare reached its pinnacle in the recently held South by Southwest conference. Both these players were at loggerheads with each other for a geolocation denomination. Though it is learnt that Foursquare had a brilliantly executed conference, the actual outcome about who “really [...]
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