Another week gone by and another round of social news. Twitter, Facebook and Instagram all made big splashes this week with new products, new functionality and some interesting strategic changes. Here’s the full rundown on this week in social media. Did we miss anything? Send me an email at Daniel.Asulin@bigfuel.com.
The past week brought a fresh batch of channel developments. Under any other context, this would be considered a busy week, but in our realm, this is as boring as it gets, which is not boring at all as far as we’re concerned. As if there is ever a dull moment in social media! Did
For most of us, it was a morning like any other morning: drop the attaché case, grab a cup of joe, settle into the executive chair, switch on the Macbook. Yet, this morning, something felt different. Something had changed. Those of us who automatically navigate to our social profiles first thing in the morning already knew
I was pretty popular in high school. Not Justin Beiber popular, but everyone seemed to know my name and remembered me. I was even voted Vice President of my senior class. It’s amazing what a name like Frantz in upstate New York can do for you. Well that, and throwing the biggest non-parent sanctioned party
Countless articles have been written with insight and tips that teach marketers to connect with bloggers on behalf of their clients. I still keep a couple of these ‘How To’ lists in my Firefox bookmarks. Because of these insights I know that I need to be intimately familiar with the blogger’s brand and content. I
This post was co-authored by fellow fueler Arthur Greene Long before the days of Klout scores and Bit.ly links, Jack Dorsey envisioned an internal communications system built on a mobile platform. It would allow his employees to communicate with one another on a direct and succinct level. He capped messages at 140 characters to comply with