As Facebook continues to solidify its role as the world’s top social networking site, eMarketer estimates that more than half of internet users in the US were logging on to the site at least monthly as of the end of 2010. Read more…http://bit.ly/f3XzPO
It seems simple, but so many marketers forget – when it comes to social marketing you need to keep it interesting and relevant. Otherwise consumers will quickly look for the “unlike” button. The article below outlines the top reasons consumers today are “unliking” brands. http://bit.ly/g1hB4K
Here’s an unexpected digital site from Subway. They’ve combined one of the most popular players in the NBA – Blake Griffin – with some simple webcam fun. Take a look. http://www.subwaydunkfresh.com
Want a way to make your profile pic more engaging? How about scrapping the pic all together for video? Here’s an app from Flip that makes it happen…http://bit.ly/g65nPu
Need more proof that Facebook is a force to be reckoned with?
The three-screen media scenario—TV, computer and mobile—is giving way to a multiscreen media reality for consumers. Television screens and programming still command the lion’s share of Americans’ media day. But the internet is having a profound effect on consumers’ viewing habits and the proliferation of devices is altering their viewing behavior. http://bit.ly/em8YoH
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