- Quality is both about the content you create, but also the content by others you share.
- Quantity is about the amount of posts you share, but also the number of likes, shares, followers, retweets you get
- Authenticity is built by providing quality content, not once, but continuously. Getting a large quantity of likes, shares, retweets and followers adds to your authencitity. It’s also about being personal and show who you are. There are loads of social media experts, but only one you.
Facebook is the social media living room, LinkedIn the social media workplace, Twitter the social media pub and Google Plus the social media… ugly duckling?
Three years in, Google Plus have over 300 million active users and more than 540 million using Google Plus credentials for various services. This makes Google Plus one of the biggest sites in social media. Still, people often seem dubious about Google Plus. It seems they don’t really “get it”.
We are told that Google Plus is a Social Layer rather than a social network. What’s the significance of that? Do we even care what Google calls it, as long as it serves a purpose? For all its brilliance Google Plus is something of a conundrum to many, and that just might be the its biggest flaw. Continue reading
It would stand to reason that Social Media is just that, social. Still there are numerous examples of people treating it as Asocial Media. We can learn from making mistakes, but we can also learn from others by not repeating their mistakes. Please avoid these:
Mistake 1: Broadcasting your own vanity
You have probably seen this kind of Tweets many times. Stop sending them. Seriously, stop them yesterday. I’m a proud geek and I love to check my analytics and insights, but is anyone else interested? I follow people because they provide good content and insights into social media, not because this or that many other people chose to follow them… or not.
Takeaway: Don’t broadcast your vanity!
How does the World Cup in Football affect your non-football related social media pages? The Next Web shared that there’s been over 1 billion interactions related to the tournament only on Facebook.
Does the World Cup increase social media presence as a whole boosting interaction for all or does it take the attention away from other pages? Continue reading