With websites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube just a click away on Internet enabled office computer systems, productivity loss and security concerns become major issues for organizations. Of course, there are firewalls as well as rules and policies as to ‘what not to view in office’. However, workers too should learn to be disciplined and must take initiatives to ensure that they prove their worth for employers and do not waste time in unproductive activities. Frank Johnson tells you about ‘what not to view in offices.
Social media has become a significant part of personal and professional life. Full fledged blogging platforms as also the micro blogging sites such as Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus are used by businesses for marketing and advertising. With multifarious options in the social media world, it may sometimes become difficult for businesses to choose suitable strategies for successful marketing and advertising. Frank Johnson delves deeper into the different aspects of social media for businesses and presents a guide to social networking etiquette and tactics.
Started in February 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg, it’s still hard to believe that Facebook is less than ten years old—with over 800 million users around the globe. The granddaddy of all social networks, Facebook is always evolving, even though many of us wish it wouldn’t. You finally get used to some of the features—maybe gain a little skill in how to navigate your account and BAM, it changes again.
The Internet is a gigantic platform where millions of businesses compete against each other to grab hold of market share and dominate their niche domains. If you wish to rule the online marketplace, there are a few basic online services that you can avail of to give your online presence the big push it requires. Frank Johnson shows you the way.
(1888PressRelease) Frontline Source Group, Inc., has announced the passing of a major milestone in social networking for the employment staffing industry. The premier temporary staffing and direct-hire placement agency announced that their Facebook fan page has surpassed 100,000 fans and is still growing each day.
August 2nd 2010 - Yell is to give a strong boost to small businesses in the UK through enabling targeted advertising on Facebook as part of its netReach product. Small businesses advertising with Yell online, and which subscribe to netReach, will benefit from extended reach for their current Yell.com advertising across the Facebook platform. [Read More...]
When it comes to connecting online, Outrank.com knows the value of social networking. The company is connecting with more users every day. Social media users can link up with Outrank.com on Facebook or follow the company’s tweets on Twitter. [Read More...]
Nanosemantics has launched an Inf application for Facebook designed to create virtual characters known as Infs. These teachable chatbots dressed up as highly customizable virtual characters are now ready to hold natural conversations with Facebook users 24/7. [Read More...]
(1888PressRelease) The premier temporary staffing and direct-hire placement agency, Frontline Source Group, announced that their facebook fan page surpassed 13,500 fans today and is growing each day. Dallas, TX – President and CEO, Bill Kasko, of Frontline Source Group, Inc., has announced the passing of a major milestone in social [Read More...]
A Web security consultant named George Deglin discovered a way to glean Facebook users' names, email addresses, current locations, and photos through Facebook's "instant personalization" partner, Yelp.com.
Facebook applications are an innovation aimed to help their owners to make the most of one of the largest social networks. But like any other popular novelty, this Facebook option raises a lot of questions too.
In this article you'll find tips and recommendations which can be helpful when planning, designing, and developing Facebook applications.
San Francisco: Seeking to augment the appeal of its online properties with popular social networking features, Yahoo plans to integrate Twitter into its collection of websites. The partnership will allow web surfers to view the short, 140-character messages created by Twitter users, dubbed Tweets, directly within Yahoo sites as well as to publish their own Twitter messages without leaving Yahoo, reports Alexei Oreskovic from Reuters.
Whether users are posting vacation videos or discussing dinner plans, social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter allow people to connect and share a great deal of personal information. Most of the time, this sharing comes with few negative consequences. An exception arises, though, when someone is preparing for divorce. These Web sites have collectively become a rich source of information for divorce lawyers preparing for contentious litigation. [Read More...]
We announce the creation of Massive Finger (http://massivefinger.com), a video game studio focusing exclusively on new connected platforms such as iPhone and Facebook to provide new game experiences. [Read More...]