Currently, there are 123 Fortune 500 companies which use Instagram as a social media marketing strategy. Naming some, we have here Nike, Starbucks and MTV. In fact, even B2B companies like Intel and General Electric are now very active in using this online social networking service.
Many social media and marketing managers have experience the annoyance and disturbance after realizing a typo error on their published posts on Facebook. Gosh! Who would want to have haters on this social media world just because of a spelling error? No one, I’m pretty sure.
Fortunately, Facebook recently made the choice to allow its users to revise any text from their old posts. Before, and I’m sure anyone would agree, it was somewhat upsetting when all you could do was delete your previous post just to correct it – more or less it is because even the likes and comments would be deleted. But worry no more! All you need to do now is look for the down-pointing arrow on your post, click “Edit Post”, type in the revisions you want to make, and click “Done Editing.”
Facebook, this is something that I’m perfectly sure all users will LIKE!
Emerson Spartz is a one of a kind person, who as a teenager had already accomplished more than most people did after they finished university. After completing a degree in Management Consulting from the university of Notre Dame he is now CEO of his own online media publisher ‘Spartz’. He is also a member of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite only organization that gathers the world’s most elite and successful entrepreneurs from nearly every industry whose goal is to assist and mentor new, young and upcoming entrepreneurs.
On the 20th of May 2013, Tumblr was acquired by Yahoo for a reported of 1.1 billion dollars according to The Wall Street Journal.
CEO of Tumblr David Karp told Tumblr users that they should not worry about changes that could come to the site. Yahoo confirmed that he will still be the CEO of Tumblr and that the two companies will operate independently.
Last month, a government-funded study entitled Australia’s Social Media Presence in 2012: The Roadmap for 2013, revealed some surprising news: Australian B2B businesses are struggling with their online profiles, electing not to use social media to its full advantage because of a mistaken belief that social media is all about the individual and not the company. The most influential B2B companies in the social media sphere include The Commonwealth Bank, Telstra, Vodafone and BMW, yet the majority of companies are falling behind because they feel that online marketing is mainly a B2C company strategy.