Social media has been blamed for the growing trend of office workers using out of office emails to brag about their summer holidays, glamourous lifestyles and even new babies.
It seems as if small businesses are finally embracing social media. The rise in social media has affected our lives, and for SME, this offers a lucrative opportunity to grow audiences and a business’ brand.
‘Specialised’, ‘Leadership’ and ‘Passionate’ – top list of words which could tank your career prospects as UK’s most overused buzzwords on LinkedIn profiles are unveiled.
One of the world’s best-loved social media channels, Instagram, recently announced that its advertising base had more than doubled over the last six months, now exceeding 500,000.
Setting up your own business in 2016 is a much different process than it was a decade ago. While there was certainly an “online” vibe flowing through the business world back in 2006, the way in which we now connect to the Internet has changed dramatically since that time.
For businesses, platforms like Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook have become essential components of their customer service and marketing strategies.
Twitter is overhauling some of its rules to try to make itself simpler to use and more attractive to newcomers.
The popularity of social media channels as a tool to engage with employees is waning, according to a survey of Communications professionals.
Whether you like it or not, social media is becoming increasingly important for companies in many different sectors, law being one of them! One of the primary benefits that social media brings is that of being able to reach a much wider audience with virtually zero investment, as well as being able to reach people in various different ways.
Twitter has launched a new curation tool called Moments, which lets users keep up with the best of what’s happening at any given time — without having to follow loads of new people or watch local trends like a hawk.