Have you ever wondered what happens to all those useful little tools that were created as by-products within a project? Tools that facilitate the lives of their developers or source code that solves a particular problem? What usually happens is that those creations eventually sink into oblivion once they’ve served their purpose.
2011 was a monster year for social media, and there's no sign of slowing down in 2012. Twitter and Pinterest continue to experience massive growth, and Facebook’s $5 billion IPO is just around the corner. Social media long ago transcended fad status, yet many businesses still haven’t taken the plunge. More often than not, this reluctance is due to uncertainty on the right approach, so that’s what we’ll address with our five ways to ensure social media success for business.
Topics: Social Media
Although many individuals have fully embraced Social Media with a passion, organizations are more cautious about joining into the frenzy and are not so quick to embrace the various forms of Social Media for Business Media (marketing and collaborative) purposes. Of the many issues organizations have to address with regard to Social Media, the number one issue is privacy. Privacy is based on what the organization allows to be published online because once information, true or fabricated, is published, it is difficult, if not impossible, to retract.