Last November Emme Porter and Bruce Porter Jr of EmmeGirls LLC and Social Networks Manager™ sat down and did a phone interview with the Networking Fools. Here are some of the video highlights on the topic of social media marketing and search engine optimization from that interview: Bruce Porter Jr: Hi beautiful, what are we doing today? Emme ..
Social media has greatly changed communication over the past few years. Instead of saying, “Call me!”, a more common phrase these days is “Facebook me!” Likewise, more people are getting their news from the internet rather than the newspaper. In fact Facebook is the information source of choice for the “technology generation”. Even when ..
An estimated 2 billion people tuned in to the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton held today April 29th, 2011 at Westminister Abbey. With the massive amount of interest in the Royal event people turned to social media, Google and social networks to get real time information and participate in the dialog. With ..
My brother sent me a text and asked “what’s up with Gmail Motion”? Does he mean Google +1 I thought? Google has all but changed the world a few times over and now with it’s +1 recommendation feature in Google Searches expect more changes in search results worldwide. I do remember seeing something about this ..
So I just signed up for Google’s +1 experiment. Have you heard about it? It’s basically another way Google is trying to compete with Facebook. If you have a Google account, you can click on the “+1” box next to your search results if you like the result. Here is what Google has to say: Use ..
Google is making a big new push into social with a feature called “+1” that is similar in purpose to the Facebook “Like” button, but integrated directly into the world’s biggest search engine. Starting Wednesday, users who opt into the +1 button experiment(and soon everyone else) in Google Labs will start seeing a +1 icon next ..
It seems like Google has made a foray into the group messaging space today with Disco, a new iPhone app and website. Well, they sort of have. The service utilizes the Disco.com domain that Google bought at Domainfest last year for $255K. The Disco.com site went up today and the beta app hit the App Store yesterday, ..