Tag Archives for social media
Your Guide to Google+ Business to Business Marketing #INFOGRAPHIC | @scoopit via @MarketingHits http://t.co/OuP90Lu5N8 Thanks Brien Shanahan (@brienshanahan) see infographic below.
Twitter is ascending, with new, impressive content marketing applications. Time to Tweep up. See Digital Intelligence Today. Post by Influence Consulting.
Hot Trends in Latino Social Media Marketing is a great infographic by the Zocalo Group that visually and statistically represents the huge adoption of social media by Latinos. Continue reading →
Social Media Community Manager Do you want to be in the nexus of the ‘new’ public relations? Influence Consulting is looking for a Community Manager deeply involved in social media. Our PR clients are expanding rapidly in social media. This … Continue reading →
Cataclysm in Egypt Spells New Dawn for Communications: Are You Ready to Be a Twitter Warrior? By Mark Rose, Partner, Influence Consulting Group The cataclysm of the last 16 days in Egypt should cause everybody in public relations, and any … Continue reading →
The new public relations doesn’t have to be complicated or daunting. There is no need to separate social media or digital communications into its own category or develop new disciplines. It is not necessary for web developers and marketing and … Continue reading →
A financial audience is tech-savvy, information hungry, highly involved in social media. Finance media covers a broad area, from mass-retail CNNMoney to institutional, global derivatives research. Within finance media, the private equity press is showing surprisingly robust use of all … Continue reading →
01/01/2010, New York, NY: Influence Consulting Group has launched InfluenceWave, integrating traditional PR services with social media and web development for full-scale PR programs that deliver sustainable impact in the online communication era. InfluenceWave relies on a network of preferred … Continue reading →
TrendsSpotting is one of my favorite blogs. The social media crystal-balling for 2010 is often vague and dissembled but it is fun to imagine what could possibly come next (hint: we can’t imagine it). There was certainly greater adoption of … Continue reading →