Social media update: 31/08/2012

31 Aug

Hello all,

This week we have a lot of interesting news from the world of social media including: the new interactive ad from Old Spice, an alternative to Pinterest called Loveit and much more.  Take a look and leave any comments about your thoughts below 🙂

Happy reading…

General news Get your Costa Coffee on Facebook! 

HMV use Foursquare for their new Hunger Games competition – find out more here
Twitter.com stopped displaying app names in tweets
Everyone likes a bit of competition – what kind of social gamer are you?
Olympic hashtags – who took the gold medal and what did we learn?
Why you shouldn’t ignore Google+ ‘About’ pages
Top tips for best Facebook contests
Bic’s new Bic for Her gets a lot of social media backlash – find out why…
Common social media misconceptions
Facebook focus on mobile
Get your name on a bean thanks to Heinz 
How to get the most out of the New LinkedIn
Google can now automatically tag objects within videos – about time!
Worst brand on Facebook?
Twitter’s promoted tweets are now targeted based on your interests
Key to a better customer journey analysis
Thanks to Picmo – you can get credit for your Instagram masterpieces 
Facebook ads target email and phone numbers next week
How can you make your PR social? 1) pan, 2) listen and analyse 3) engage
One to watch…  Don’t miss this new interactive Old Spice ad! 
This week’s awesome case study Check out Fashion’s Night Out and find out what they’re doing on social media
This week’s must bookmark site If you love Pinterest – you might like Loveit
Quote of the week
The Internet, for better or for worse, has become the new town hall for politics that many over-eager futurists said it would be in the ’90s. At long last, it’s now a place where current and future candidates have to stop, even if they don’t want to.”
Eric Johnson, writing at All Things D

 

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