YAY! It’s Wednesday and it is almost over. *sigh* Come to think about it, I don’t think I know one single person who looks forward to Wednesday. Not once have I ever heard anyone say “Oh hooray, Wednesday is finally here!” Monday gets attention (mostly negative but it gets acknowledged), Thursdays popularity comes and goes, Friday…
Got out of social media at Myspace? Gave up on Facebook when your Mom got on? You’re not alone. March madness isn’t the only thing happening right now; social media (SM) has gone mad as well. As SM patterns change, the important things to understand are the landscape and perspective of each platform.
Creativity is something so invaluable that you will use it no matter what your job is. After all, it is creativity that solves problems; makes us more efficient; puts us in business in the first place. That being said, I have found that although creativity can “come naturally,” it is often in spurts and certainly not when you need it most.
Want to peruse your neighborhood via satellite, make a soufflé, lay a brick sidewalk, start a blog, or learn to say “where is the bathroom, please” in Italian? Go to Google (of course).
TIMA has an exciting year of programs planned for 2014 that really emphasize our mission to educate, be interactive and engage our community. We hope you are enjoying our #TIMALove campaign this month where we are sharing daily social media and interactive advice via Twitter and Facebook. Plus you could win something (always close to my heart)!
We’re excited to announce that our first #TIMALove Winner is Emma Dean.
Although LinkedIn is far from the newest social media site, it is one of the fastest growing in recent years, boasting 259 million members. William Arruda recently wote “Why Every Employee At Your Company Should Use LinkedIn” for Forbes.com. In it, he points out that encouraging employees to use LinkedIn improves your company page following and your ranking in search results.
With the craziness of the holidays, end of the year school schedules, and then playing catch up after the new year, we can all be forgiven for missing out on some reading the past few months. Here are a few stories I came across that you may have missed and that are worth taking a look back at!
With 78% of CMOs recently reporting that “custom content is the future of marketing,” creating content, and having consistently quality content, is more important than ever. Many may have thought that the internet would be the death of the written word, but it has turned out to be quite the contrary.