Social Media Day
Posted on June 30, 2011 by Heidi Cohen in Social Media |
While marketers, PR experts, social media professionals and business executives may differ in how they define social media, they’d all agree that social media has changed how products and services are marketed. In the past year, social media has evolved from a small marketing test to an integral part of the marketing plan that enables a business to achieve its goals. Here are ten elements that distinguish social media as it’s currently implemented in businesses and organizations.
Posted on July 1, 2010 by Heidi Cohen in Social Media |
Mashable declared June 30th, 2010 Social Media Day to celebrate media becoming a broad-based social dialogue. With over 700 Meetups across six continents many streamed live, Social Media Day was more than a dialogue, it’s a global event, online and offline, that gained influence from a wide range of companies, organizations and individuals. The strength of Social Media Day underscores the ability of social media to extend your reach and enhance your events to achieve your goals. Here are five ways that social media can boost your events at each major step of planning and executing a meeting. Read on …
Posted on June 30, 2010 by Heidi Cohen in Social Media |
Mashable’s Social Media Day provides an excellent opportunity to examine how social media has transformed marketing. Social media has profoundly altered how marketers, consumers, the media and the general public view and experience companies and their products. Older marketing tools and platforms have not gone away, but social media has certainly created a lot of new and exciting options. Here are thirteen ways that social media has changed marketing. Read on …