Social Media Time Management: Selecting Tools This post is the third in a multi-part series on Social Media Time Management, intended to supplement the content of the presentation I gave at BlogWorld Expo 2009. Click here to see the collection of posts in the series. When you’ve planned and are ready to actually start engaging in social media, selecting the right tools can go a long way to helping you manage your time. Remember, the tools you select should reflect what you’ve learned through your listening efforts, and help you accomplish the goals you’ve set. When it comes to social networks or types of social media, select two or three. Facebook Now Pays Users 10 Cents To Watch Certain Ads Facebook introduced a program Thursday that offers consumers a financial incentive to watch ads on the site. Facebook will now reward users who watch certain ads with Facebook Credits, which can be redeemed to purchase goods on Facebook Deals, the company’s new Groupon-like daily deals service. The incentive, however, is not huge. Initially, the average ad will yield one credit, which is equivalent to 10 cents. The ads will mostly be in games. CrowdStar, Digital Chocolate and Zynga are among the participating game publishers.
Harvard - Online Data Sources Online Data Sources Political Governance Stability Corruption An Integrated Social CRM Process If there is a characteristic that makes the current conversation on Social CRM so interesting and challenging, it is probably its intrinsic nature inherently disrespectful of departments, business functions, inside-outside boundaries, separate processes. Even only to imagine an organization that is able to generate business value strategically and operationally putting the customer at the center probably requires smoother operations and more transparent, more integrated, more coordinated actions from all the constituent parts. As if you suddenly pass by a group of soloists in separate rooms to an entire orchestra that plays in equilibrium but around the notes of a new musician that nobody knows.
The Future of Facebook Project by Venessa Miemis With over 600 million users and a valuation of over $70 billion, Facebook is the world's dominant social networking platform. What are the challenges a social media company of this size will face? What are the strategic moves it should make? How can Facebook users take advantage of the platform and its increasingly rich social graph? These are the questions we are addressing with the Future of Facebook video series.
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