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Hace pocos días, leí una pregunta en Google+ donde un usuario se preguntaba si Klout realmente servía para algo útil o sólamente servía para alimentar el ego de cada uno.
Circle of Trust [d3.do] by So Paulo-based D3 shows the potential asymmetry of your social network at Google Plus.
Those of us who are still playing with Google Plus are eagerly awaiting its further integration into other Google services (in ways other than the red box in the top right corner).
Despite the challenges social media presents for human resources professionals, it plays a growing role in talent recruitment. The big question, though, is where to find talent. While employers continue to use professional networking site LinkedIn for recruiting, especially when hand-picking for executive positions, they prefer interacting with students and graduates via Facebook rather than LinkedIn , according to a study by online recruiting research lab Potentialpark .
People interact with their favorite brands on Facebook far more than on any other social network, according to a recent study of online consumer behavior. The study , conducted by Constant Contact and research firm Chadwick Martin Bailey, analyzed the behavior of 1,491 consumers ages 18 and older throughout the United States and revealed a number of details about how people interact with brands on the world’s largest social network. When it comes to “Liking” brands on Facebook, the reasons are varied, but for the most part, respondents said they “Like” a brand on Facebook because they are a customer (58%) or because they want to receive discounts and promotions (57%).