A few weeks back, I received two emails back to back in my inbox. This is a regular occurrence of course, but both of these were promoting two different social analytics tools. One was for Instagram, the other for Pinterest. If you subscribe to news from any of the various social software programs, you’ll discover that they are quick to innovate a new way to track metrics for the latest social network.
Category Archives: Social Media
If you’ve been paying attention to any of the recent social media news, you’ll be certainly aware that there’s a new program that helps you to detect your “fake” followers on Twitter. Of course, I wanted to see how Three Deep was performing in this area.
Today, I had the honor of speaking at the #bigdatamn conference for a social media panel on social media and analytics, and have gathered my thoughts into this summary for those of you who were able to attend to have my key takeaways. If you were unable to attend, I hope this gives you some ideas on an important relationship between social and data. A big thank you goes out to Ward Tongen for his help in coordinating this conference, and inviting me to be a part of the panel. I had a great time.
Awhile ago, I was browsing through Facebook and I saw a great post from Target. It reads “What’s your first Target memory? We’re reliving our first (almost) 50 years as we start filling in our new Facebook timeline, with more milestones to come.”
With the release of Google+ pages for business, many companies may be wondering whether a page is right for their business, and how they can most effectively use this tool to enhance their online marketing efforts. While the benefits of having a Google+ page for a business are still being discovered by most companies, there are a few very clear opportunities for businesses to succeed using Google+ for business.
This August, the online marketing scene in Minneapolis turns to building connections. Whether over a barbecue before golfing, or at the premier marketing event in the Twin Cities, we have the perfect event to build your connections and maybe learn something in the process.