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By now you have no doubt heard about Pinterest, the virtual "pin" board and online scrapbook that is the current social media darling.
2 March 2012 Last updated at 05:48 ET By Lauren Everitt BBC News Magazine Hype is growing about the social media website Pinterest, with much fanfare after it passed 10 million users in record time. But what is actually on this online pinboard? There's still a healthily high percentage of people who have heard nothing about Pinterest, but its meteoric rise is exciting social media experts and marketing analysts.
Hello! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic. Or if you prefer, you can follow me on twitter or like my facebook page for daily social media marketing tips! The buttons are just over there on the right! Speaking to several clients lately has revealed there is a new social media fear emerging … The fear of pinning pictures on Pinterest! Now this isn’t altogether surprising, a few months ago there was a slew of articles about Pinterest’s terms and conditions and the possibility that pinning a picture from someone else’s website could end up with you in court getting a whole lot of legal costs pinned on you!
Would you love to tap into the power of a social media site that can send you more referral traffic than Twitter? Bring you more leads than LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube combined? Convert more fans into paying customers who will easily share your content with their friends? I know, I know.
By Peter Bregman Getty Images When the first iPad came out, I bought it, became obsessed, and, within two weeks, returned it . Why did the obsession wear off so quickly?
After a date, a pitch or a job interview, there's a good chance you're going to get Googled. Online reputation manager BrandYourself now helps you figure out who is searching for your name. The startup, which helps individuals control Google results for names through SEO, launched a new feature on Tuesday that shows users where visitors to their BrandYourself profiles work and where they're located. BrandYourself built a database of organizations' publicly-available IP addresses in order to create the feature. They use it to match IP addressees of profile visitors with the companies that own those addressses. Visitors most frequently reach BrandYourself profiles through Google, but the feature works the same way if visitors reach a user's profile from another search engine or website.
I was recently asked this question during a Question and Answer session with The Guardian which you can see here. ( http://careers.guardian.co.uk/social-media-job-search )
Editor's note: A version of this article previously appeared at KISSmetrics.com. Social media is everywhere. It's in our homes, places of worship, schools and, of course, our businesses. Everywhere you look, people are using social media and are talking about it.
Policy . It can be a dirty word, especially in social media communities. Why? Poorly written social media policies restrict, deter and deaden social media engagement–the exact opposite of what businesses want. However, great social media policies support, protect and empower high-quality engagement . It is about empowerment and trust.
Have you noticed less interaction on your Facebook page in the last few months? Getting your updates to appear in the coveted news feed is more challenging than ever. I don’t have answers as to how the elusive Facebook algorithm works. What I do have are some suggestions on how to ensure that your page posts are being seen by your fans to give your page the maximum visibility . UPDATE: Be sure to check out the new Facebook Pages for more up-to-date information. Facebook rolled out the new Timeline design to Business Pages after this article was published.