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Friday, October 11, 2013

Social Media News For The Week Of 10/11/13

Twitter’s Comcast Partnership Moves It Leaps And Bounds Ahead Of The Competition In Social TV

In the emerging trend of Social TV, Twitter has positioned itself ahead of competing social networks by entering into a deal with Comcast. This partnership is the biggest step taken so far in the convergence of social media and television. Comcast will embed  a “See It” button in tweets by Comcast’s NBCUniversal. The button will take the user to a live program either on a mobile device or a television. To use this functionality users must be subscribers to Comcast’s Xfinity service. Full Story Here:


Tune-In Your Social Media For Customer Focus And Better Business Practice

Social media can be a highly effective tool for small businesses to keep in touch with their customer base and meet their needs. Social media can provide companies with valuable market research information. Listening to your followers, linking all social accounts, and planning a clear strategy for your social media campaigns will lead to success with the medium. Full Story Here:


The Top Twelve Business Etiquette Tips for Social Media

Society functions best when people follow basic rules of etiquette in their interactions with others. The same holds true in social media networking. Businesses must be polite and treat their customers on social media the same way they would in a face-to-face encounter. This article offers guidelines for companies to follow in polite engagement with their fans and followers on social media networks. Full Story Here:


Facebook, Twitter and other Social Media Tips for Small Business Owners

Small business owners should never forget where their attention should always be in all their social media posts. The reader should be the focus point of all postings on social media channels. Never make your brand the point of anything shared in blogs or social networks. Full Story Here:




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