Now that the buzz and media frenzy about the demise of RadioShack and the analysis of why by Wall Street and other experts is beginning to subside, another consideration should be examined. What happens to brands that do not remain relevant, stop innovating and sit on their hind quarters? Well in short, they RadioShack... Are You Relevant? … Continue reading When Brands Fail To Remain Relevant, They RadioShack – Who’s Next?
At least once every month, more than 1 billion Facebook users will access the behemoth social site in 2015. There is no doubt that as consumers become even more mobile with their internet usage, Facebook will take advantage of it with mobile ad revenues that are expected to be three-quarters of their total ad income. As mobile … Continue reading What 1 Billion Mobile Users On Facebook Looks Like [infographic]
It's that time of year again when many social media "professionals" publish their predictions for the coming new year. Rarely, but on occasion, there are less than general forecasts that hit the bullseye. More often than not, many of the predicted transformations, platform trajectories and overall suggested industry paths are more or less off base … Continue reading Top 2015 Social Media Predictions – Disruptive Technologies
There are so many strong beliefs, perspectives and views within the social media industry, and therefore this post is going to be more controversial than we normally publish. The different "camps" of social media enthusiasts, professionals and celebrities are almost as polarized as the political parties within the United States and that means emotions can … Continue reading Why Ello and Tsu Entered The Social Media Scene and Why They’re Doomed
It seems that almost daily we come across social media marketers, enthusiasts and brands that still seem to have limited understanding of social media best practices. Often the social media "consultant" is even missing key factors in their own social presence that hinders their community, reach and growth. You'd think we would be beyond this … Continue reading The 3 Most Important Factors For Growing Your Social Media Community
For many years I have been explaining that social media is like a freeway. The analogy here is that you must have enough cars on the road (curated posts, status updates, etc) on the freeway every day, all day, if you are going to be seen and therefore be effective. This concept is extremely important … Continue reading Social Media: It’s Quantity AND Quality, Not Either Or