Part 3 of building a social network for anime and manga fans. CockroachDB as the SQL database and Go as the back-end language. In this part we build two middlewares: maybeAuthUserID detects if the request comes with an “Authorization” header or a “jwt” cookie to extract the JWT from it, if none, it will just pass to the next middleware. In case of, it will parse and extract the claims from the JWT to put the “sub” (subject == userID) in the request context. mustAuthUser uses the “pipe” function the utilice the previous middleware first, and then make sure that authUserID is in the request context, in that case, it fetches more user fields from the database (username and avatar_url) to fill the User model and put it on the request context. The first middleware comes handy for GET requests when you can be authenticated or not. The second one is for POST, PATCH or DELETE requests when the user must be strictly authenticated. Could be a great idea to refresh the JWT here too, but just in case of cookie usage. #golang #sql #cockroachdb
30% of companies surveyed say ‘no’ to social media
So I read a recent research study done on a multitude of brands and the results? Not that surprising. A little under 50% of the brands studied said that the jury was out on social media. Why’s that not surprising? Well, one can’t exactly measure the return on the investment as easily as one might like. It takes a lot of time and resources to track all the data necessary, or you just have to luck out and have an ingenious analyst on your team. And the inherent value isn’t exactly forthcoming either. Reputation isn’t as easily tracked as one might think, but that’s what it does. Social Media investment, at it’s core, creates a massive return on reputation. The trouble is that controlling that reputation is so difficult. Why?
Having a veritable cornucopia of positive social opportunities means you also have just as many negative social opportunities. Keeping the balance can be tedious. One slip up and you can have the hounds on your tail, losing favor universally. The cost of setting up a social media investment is easily calculated. The return? Not so much. A lot of digital marketers play the guess and check method of throwing money at a campaign they think might have value and then checking if there was any verifiable return. This happens more often than you think. Now you may have thought to yourself, if under 50% of the brands were unsure, what did the other think? Well let me break it down for you. All but 1% of those studied acknowledged that there was some value in social media investment. It’s crazy I know. 35% of that noticed a similar or increased return than from other types of media investment.
What does this all break down to? Well, it’s becoming undeniable that Digital and Social Media marketing is on the rise. In the future there may be a complete switch to either. We need to get on this train FAST before we become totally obsolete. Who’s with me?
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Advertising on Social Media – Keynote Talk – Krishna Gummadi (MPI-SWS, Germany) – COMSNETS 2018
Abstract: All popular social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest are funded by advertising, and the detailed user data that these sites collect about their users make them attractive platforms for advertisers. In this talk, I will first present an overview of how social media sites enable advertisers to target their users. Next, I will pose and attempt to answer the following four high-level questions related to privacy, fairness, transparency and control of social media advertising today. Privacy threats: what personal information about users are the sites leaking to advertisers to enable targeted ads? Fairness: can an advertiser target users in a discriminatory manner? If so, how can we detect and prevent discriminatory advertising? Transparency: can users learn what personal data about them is being used when they are targeted with an ad? Control: can users control what personal data about them is being used when they are targeted with an ad? About Krishna: Krishna Gummadi is a tenured faculty member and head of the Networked Systems research group at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS) in Germany. He received his Ph.D. (2005) and M.S. (2002) degrees in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Washington. He also holds a B.Tech (2000) degree in Computer Science and Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. Krishna’s research interests are in the measurement, analysis, design, and evaluation of complex Internet-scale systems. His current projects focus on understanding and building social computing systems. Specifically, they tackle the challenges associated with (i) assessing the credibility of information shared by anonymous online crowds, (ii) understanding and controlling privacy risks for users sharing data on online forums, (iii) understanding, predicting and influencing human behaviors on social media sites (e.g., viral information diffusion), and (iv) enhancing fairness and transparency of machine (data-driven) decision making in social computing systems. Krishna’s work on online social networks, Internet access networks, and peer-to-peer systems has led to a number of widely cited papers and award papers at IW3C2’s WWW, NIPS’s ML & Law Symposium, ACM’s COSN, ACM/Usenix’s SOUPS, AAAI’s ICWSM, Usenix’s OSDI, ACM’s SIGCOMM IMC, and SPIE’s MMCN conferences. He has also co-chaired AAAI’s ICWSM 2016, IW3C2 WWW 2015, ACM COSN 2014, and ACM IMC 2013 conferences.
Building Your Networking Teams
Power teams, everyone wants to build one because they believe it is the answer to all of their referral problems. Get 10-12 people in a power team and soon you will be passing referrals, right? Wrong! Often “power teams” start meeting, they share information, they do a little work but rarely is it consistent or productive.
On the other hand, referral partners who have been trained will be proactive, consistent and accountable. Criteria for good referral partners, work in your target market, understand your mission, know how you want to be referred, open their network to you, have influence with our “target market” and work on the right side of the sales cycle. Instead of 10-12 all you really need is 4-8.
What about your hub firm? Have you taken the time to work on and develop your hub firm? This is the group of business professionals who win when you win. They work in the same target market, but they tend to be on the wrong side of the sales cycle, making it impossible for them to send you proactive referrals, in fact many times it is difficult for them to pass any referrals at all.
That being said, why would you really want to develop a hub firm. What value do they bring to the table? How can they help you? Let’s take a look at a list of things that you can ask your hub firm to do to help you win more clients;
Allow you to guest blog on their blog
Let you sponsor their newsletter
Put your literature in front of their clients
Have you as a sponsor on their website
Be a sponsor for one of your events
Host a networking event with you and their clients
Introduce you to other referral sources
Promote your events or programs
Share the cost of other marketing activities with you
Survey of their clients for you
Invite you to attend an event with them
Make an announcement for you
Promote your blog to their clients
The list could go on and on. Your hub firm is one of the most valuable networks of people that you can put together. Many business people work at finding referral sources and power teams yet they completely neglect putting together a good hub firm.
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Magento. How To Manage Social Media Sharing Icons (Starting From Template #54689+)
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How to Integrate Social Media into Your Email Marketing Campaigns – MNB Webinar
If you are anything like the average marketer, you are probably more experienced with your email campaigns than you are with social media marketing. That is okay because these two channels are a perfect match. In fact, sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter can help you acquire more subscribers, while your existing marketing platform can help you build your following in the social world. It is a win-win in many aspects, but this article will introduce three simple ways social networking can be used to boost the ROI for email campaigns.
1. Make Your Email Content Sharable
Sharing has become a common activity on the web, providing an easy way for articles, video and various other types of content to “go viral”. The popularity of social networking has extended the sharing concept to the email platform, and creating this environment in your marketing message is easier than ever before. ESPs are increasingly rolling out features that make it simple for readers to share your content in their social communities. According to a recent study conducted by Marketing Sherpa, sharing buttons increase subscriber interaction for email campaigns by as much as 25% and greatly increase traffic coming in from social networking traffics. This could be traffic that helps you rack up conversions in the form of more subscribers and sales.
2. Include Social Call to Actions
Implementing sharing buttons is not the only way social networking can boost the ROI for your email campaigns. Another method that will help you increase your return involves simply including links to all your online hangouts in your message. Links such as “Connect with Us on Facebook” or “Follow Me on Twitter” will act as call to actions that let subscribers know that you want to connect with them via other channels. The more subscribers that bite, the larger your audience in the social networks. This also gives you the opportunity to introduce your email subscribers to special offers and other exclusive content that is reserved for your social following, putting your products or services in front of more potential customers.
3. Commit to Cross-Channel Promotions
No social email marketing strategy can succeed without dedication to cross-channel promoting. Doing simple things such as reminding Facebook fans, MySpace friends, and Twitter followers about your newsletter and other email content can only benefit your marketing efforts in the end. Integrating these two channels is all about promoting brand awareness and building relationships, so the more you cross-promote, the more you put your business out there, and the better chance you have of making an impact. The nature of social media makes ROI difficult to measure, but the overall results are obvious when consumers in this channel start spending and advocating on behalf of your brand, neither of which can happen without a dedicated effort.
The key to succeeding with social-email integration is producing content others want to share and understanding how todays consumers want to be engaged. Between valuable content, easy sharing capabilities, and diligent cross-promotional efforts, this is one marriage that can help you increase ROI, and keep your business soaring high.