Not too long ago, observers on the Internet were witnessing Twitter’s revolutionary early days and the cautious caveat emptor notice about Facebook disguised as Academy Award-winning The Social Network. Now there’s Pinterest for the DIY-inclined, LinkedIn for the professional, Tumblr for teenage thinkers, Instagram for millennials exploring their FOMO, and even dating services doubling as social networking sites. It’s been a few years since it’s been just social networking, now it’s social media.
Whether or not you’re aware, you are living your own personal brand. Each and every day you are adjusting, shaping and molding your own brand to other people. What is a personal brand? It’s how you sell yourself and how others perceive you to be. Social media is the physical layout of our personal brand and it must be tampered with carefully to ensure that your personal brand is not
One FCC commissioner appears to think that we don’t, but perhaps he doesn’t understand the question On June 25, 2015, FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly caused a bit of a kerfuffle with his remarks to the Internet Innovation Alliance. The speech was titled “What is the Appropriate Role for Regulators in an Expanding Broadband Economy?” It contained five key points that every regulator in every country should adhere to when considering
Think beyond Demographics: Don’t simply focus on the demographics of category of your audience like: Mom bloggers or tech bloggers. Seek Influencers specifically based on their unique interests and passions; based on these two factors, ask yourself: How could they utilize these effectively to help the campaign that you’re planning to launch? Understand their community: Every influencer is only influential because they have built an audience. Understanding their community