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Facebook irritates users with commenting failure

Facebook commenting must improve     Back in April of 2015, I wrote about Facebook not being the world’s biggest waste of time and to this day still feel essentially the same. That doesn’t mean, however, the social media platform falls short on a few specifics as far as functionality is concerned. Today’s post has ...Read More
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Facebook is NOT the world’s biggest waste of time

   Is Facebook productive?  Bill Robinson published back in February a damning critique of Facebook. Robinson writes, “Facebook isn’t real or productive, it’s just an advanced version of the electronic bulletin boards that have been around since the Internet dawned.” That’s where Robin is wrong. Yes, Facebook is an electronic bulletin board. But it does ...Read More
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Facebook swallows Oculus Rift: Zuck & Luckey derided by fans

The Oculus community is up in arms about the latest news that Facebook will purchase Oculus for $2 billion. Read the latest Oculus blog post about the acquisition. It is a near uniform wall of discontent. Oculus fans can’t stand the fact that after going to the public at large with their ...Read More
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Scaling social media: Rallyverse is boosting reach for B2B & B2C

  Helping community managers and social media marketers curate, share and create content Let’s face it. Scaling social media is hard for both B2B and B2C players. Driving greater levels of engagement (and ultimately sales) remains an uphill battle for many, in particular, those in eCommerce.  A number of major brands over ...Read More
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Pinterest: How to create a content strategy for Pinners

  I recently had the pleasure of hanging out at Pinterest’s new headquarters in San Francisco. I listened to a presentation by Pinterests’s own “voice strategist,” Tiffani Jones Brown. Sculpting the Pinning message and brand In her presentation, Tiffani reviewed a number of qualifying factors that go into determining the company’s content. ...Read More
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