Social media update: 11/11/2012

11 Dec

Hi all,

In this week’s social media update: Instagram’s new Facebook-inspired profiles, Twitter plans to add photos to compete with Instagram and Twitter’s new transparency over copyright infringement. Find out else has been happening this week!

Happy reading 🙂

IN THE NEWS THIS WEEK…

General news Four real-time lessons from a viral social media crisis

Twitter’s new #transparency over copyright infringement

Five handy Pinterest tools to help you measure success

Facebook revamps Friendship pages to chronicle your relationships

How do Facebook’s opt-in notificatins, Pages feed affect brands?

Twitter plans to add photo filters to compete with Instagram

Infographic: social media statistics 2012

Five reasons why your business needs pictures when Tweeting

Social plus search: building a better search engine

Six YouTube tools and tips for social media success

Set your Instagram to ‘private’

Four key steps to achieving relevance in email marketing

Top 100 brands on Google+ have a total audience of 23 million

21 ways online retailers can improve customer retention rates

One-third og Google employees haven’t posted to Google+ in past month

VW accounts for 25% of car ads shared online

Ten social media statistics that will blow your mind

Pinterest launches secret boards so you can pin in private

Would you eat a hot meal from a vending machine

Designing a social media policy that actually works in a crisis

Instagram’s new Facebook-inspired profiles

Facebook Global Pages

Facebook’s people talking about this metric doesn’t express engagement

Why you should link your Google+ account to Adwords

 

One to watch…  Gap: Postagram on Facebook

 

This week’s awesome case study Five brands that rock daily emails

How to measure ROI on Pinterest

 

This week’s must bookmark site 10 essentials for creative mobile campaigns

 

Quote of the week For brands to be relevant to consumers, they have to develop a new way of interacting with consumers.

Anne McCreary of Carat, as quoted by The New York Times

 

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