“It’s just as important to own the conversation as it is to have a lot of money in the bank.” Joe Stradinger
No matter your habit: impulse buyer, subscription junkie, or smarty pants connoisseur, those are officially the days of old. Over. Done with. Finito.
Now is the time for curating, creating, and publishing your very own content, pulled from ALL of your favorite outlets and presented as your creative directory. For businesses, that can mean an excellent and innovative avenue for social publishing and self-promotion.
It sounds like something out of a strange dystopian novel. From here on out, all speech will be limited to 140 characters. Doesn’t matter who you are, either. Not even the president can exceed that length.
Crises come in all shapes and sizes. Recalls, national emergencies, weather anomalies, political strife and the list goes on and on. In case you’ve been living under a rock the past week, though, a major freeze front has gripped the U.S. and hasn’t let go. It’s real life Frozen out there, people, and it’s a crisis.
There’s a reason why people love social media — well, let’s be honest, there’s a million reasons why people love social media — but the one factor that remains the same is conversation.
Conversation and social media open doors to people that have previously been closed, locked, and barred shut.
There is no doubt that social media — platforms like Facebook and Twitter — is an inescapable tool for politicians to engage and be engaged with the public. We can follow political campaigns or proponents easier and actually interact with them, ask them questions, send them messages directly.
Teamwork. It’s a word we all know, but it’s not always the easiest practice to implement or do well. As humans, our first instinct is to think of the self. We want what’s best for us, rather than having to sacrifice what we want for the needs of the team.
Want To Make Friends and Influence People- and Make More Sales? Get On Twitter! A Baker’s Dozen of Reasons You Should Be On Twitter I’m going to tell you a secret. Twitter is not a silver bullet that will increase your sales overnight. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be on it.
Like social media itself, evolution is a constant component of EdgeTheory’s success. We are building smooth avenues for both people and businesses to build their presence online by sharing their voice and narrative.