Twitter has been working its way to the top, 140 characters at a time, for a while now. And there is a right and a wrong way for a business to use it, especially at a conference or meeting. If it is used correctly, it can be a gateway to establishing communication with future clients, customers, or students.
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Should your company be using social media? We all need it, and it’s constantly changing at hyper speeds. Before your company decides to kick social media out the door, here are a few statistics:
A news story I was reading this morning on NPR posed a question I think most our followers are interested in; Have we become weather balloons, helping government predict different futures through the web? Ok...I lied, it posed several questions...The next being, how do we observe the world as people, as organizations, and as a general community? Has Facebook and Twitter and other online social media/news feeds taken over? Have we become predictable, traceable, and mathematical creatures? If so, who is watching? Is it better to have predictive advertising or do we want the web out of our cookie-jar?
Step right up – it’s goin’ down. Today, we’re pitting Content against Design in an epic showdown that will decide once and for all exactly which is more important to successful website design. If you’re tired of all the rhetoric and the cries of supremacy from either side, you’ll want a front row ticket to this down and dirty rumble.