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Part 22 of Building a Social Network: Get Notifications v2 (golang, sql)
Part 22 of building a social network for anime and manga fans. CockroachDB as the SQL database and Go as the back-end language. New iteration over the get notifications endpoint. Now, instead of storing the read status of each notification, I calculate it at runtime based on the notification issued_at and user notifications_seen_at. Because every time we visit this endpoint the notifications_seen_at get updated, the second time, those notifications get shown as read. Repo: https://github.com/nicolasparada/nakama #golang #sql
How to Build Your Social Network to Create Top Ranking in Tourism
In today’s web-dominant world, social media recruiting is no longer a choice for recruiters and hiring managers. The social media has taken the whole recruiting industry by storm and the recruiting fraternity is using social media as one of their major recruiting strategies. The early adopters have already started to reap the benefits and more and more recruiters and hiring managers are increasingly using social networking channels to source & screen job candidates and perform candidate background checks.
Recruiters and employers use social media for various reasons like branding, targeting a specific talent pool, attracting Gen Y candidates, engaging passive candidates, increasing employee engagement, building a relationship with job candidates, building an online community, etc. On top of all this, social media is almost free or there is only minimal investment.
Surveys reveal that more than 70% of the companies use social media as one of their recruiting strategies. Nearly 60% of the recruiters/companies say that they have successfully hired through social media networks. One of the surveys reveals that recruiters and hiring managers predominantly use social networking sites to screen job candidates and perform candidate background check. Among the industries that use social media for recruiting, information technology tops the list followed by professional and business services.
Thus social media has made a huge impact in the recruiting world and it plays a vital role in today’s recruitment processes. But the question is how quickly and easily can a recruiter or hiring manager build resume database using social networking sites. Manually searching the social networking sites for job candidate profiles is a strenuous task, particularly when you are looking for hundreds of profiles. In addition, it hinders the other core recruiting activities. This is where a resume import tool like ResumeGrabber Suite can help you quickly and easily build resume database using social networking sites.
With ResumeGrabber Suite, you need to just enter the keyword, select the appropriate search script and click the Find button. ResumeGrabber Suite quickly searches the social/professional networking sites and displays the results in a few seconds. ResumeGrabber Suite enables you to quickly and easily source resumes, screen job candidates and perform candidate background check using social networking sites.
ResumeGrabber Suite has built-in expert search scripts that enable you to quickly and easily find resumes from the top social and professional networking sites. It helps you to automatically extract the resumes from the search results, quickly screen job candidates, perform candidate background check, quickly shortlist the resumes based on your requirements and build a quality resume database in a few minutes.
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Twitter ad sparks social media backlash
Twitter ad sparks social media backlash 29 October 2015 Last updated at 14:21 GMT In a first for Twitter, the social network has launched a television advertisement campaign with the hope of attracting more users to the site. However, the fast-paced ad was met with confusion by some viewers – one of whom described it as “incomprehensible”.
Enterprise Social: Work like a network
Businesses want to provide improved customer engagement and experiences through social networks. There is a thing, which has affected business equations, and that is employee engagement. At one point or the other the development strategy, employee and stakeholder engagement is crucial to make sure there is relevance and success. While social media are not directly linked to the marketing department, its impact is felt on the entire corporation. Thus, the platform requires a centralized approach to manage communications and share business ideas. Enterprise social networks are popular since they can offer a quick solution to adjust stakeholders activity streams with the understanding of social networking channels such as Twitter or Facebook.
Role of networking platforms: These networking channels are useful for power users. In addition, they are also friendly. It is not difficult for people new to the platforms to start participating. Social participation promises are significant, as it predicts effective interaction between business and customers. In addition to its promises, it also involves a number of challenges. Basically, these challenges concentrate on overall measurement and adoption. Businesses often ignore the true potential of social networks. Similarly, they also underestimate the role it plays to bring people together. Networking needs of every business is not same. Each enterprise has distinct needs, which makes it necessary to re-frame the social network.
What is a common mistake made by most decision makers ?
Most often businesses start using a new technology or tool, without planning any goals. They also fail to design processes, as well as reward systems, in order to attract additional engagement from active users in online communities. Most decision makers restrict the potential of social networking; thus they miss the chance to engage people. This engagement is thwarted both internally and externally. Therefore, businesses fail to connect and collaborate with clients.
A new culture in employee and customer engagement:
Enterprise social networking has introduced a new principle and vision, that of empowerment. It supports a predicted outcome, as well as rewards. Though there are several tools to encourage engagement from customers, ultimately, it is the vision and leadership of social media experts, that a builds a strong foundation for a business. These experts help businesses by:
Capturing the knowledge.
Enabling an action.
Encouraging people to share knowledge.
These four points can help businesses to create or develop a meaningful engagement tactic across different networking channels.
Social Media Management (2018) | What/When/How to Post & Engage with your Audience
Social Media Management is a very critical function today. Your social media accounts are basically faces of your organizations in the social networks. It is very important to understand what/when/how to post content which gets a lot of engagement and how to get into two-way communication with your audience. It’s also very crucial to prioritize social channels where you would be putting in maximum effort. Subscribe to this channel to get notified of all future uploads. If you want to contact me, you can mail me at email@example.com
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Where will you market?
There are dozens of different social media pages on the internet – each of which sees a great deal of traffic. The trick to successful social media marketing is determining which pages you will devote your time to. Websites such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn all offer different advantages and audiences, so take the time to thoroughly research your different options. To begin, stick with one or two different networks and focus as much effort into them as possible. Once you have become successful here, you can branch out and market on other sites as well. If you need to simplify the jungle of social media, you will love my Social Media Simplified program as it helps you not only to navigate through different social media platforms, but also create a strong online strategy for your business. Learn more here.
Determining your target audience
One of the most important things that you can do when using social media marketing (or any marketing techniques for that matter) is narrow down your target audience. Different demographics are interested in different things, so it is essential that you know who your target audience is in order to know what marketing techniques will attract them to your business.
Once you have determined where you will market and who your target audience will be, you can begin to create a social media page full of content that will attract consumers. When creating content, make sure that everything you include is useful, factual, and interesting. It should include anything that is related to your product or that would interest your target audience. Remember, however, that it is not enough to create content, you must also update it regularly. The more you update your content, the more your consumers will come back looking for updates!
Developing a connection
The most important thing that any business can do to create success is develop a connection with their consumers. Much of this is done through branding, but much can also be done with the help of social media. Once you have followers on your social media site, be sure to put effort into developing a strong connection. This can be done by offering excellent customer service, providing feedback, developing an ‘emotional’ message, and responding to customer replies and questions.
There are many different techniques and tips that business owners can use to further their social marketing techniques. Use the above as a guide to social media for dummies to help get you started. Then, once you have a solid foundation, dive deeper and research more in depth ‘how to social media’ techniques to further your business even more.
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How To Use Social Media To Get A Job
I am currently the publicity chair for my child’s school PTA. This is a new experience for me even though I have been in web administration and design, marketing, and social media marketing for years. I try to look for other PTA websites to see how others are using their sites and social media. Our PTA is not very active yet, the website is new as of this year, and the Facebook page was only created last year.
Using a Facebook page.
It seems that almost everyone has a Facebook page. This is a huge advantage for schools and school organizations. Here’s a list of what a school can use their Facebook page for:
Making Announcements. School staff and school leadership can easily make announcements that students and parents are comfortable using.
Scheduling Events. The calendar function makes a quick and easy way to let everyone know about upcoming events at the school such as fundraisers, school dances, PTA/PTO/PTSA meetings, conferences, field trips, and more. Best of all, it is then a constant reminder of what’s coming up unlike the usual old flyer that goes home once, twice if you’re lucky. Also, flyers get lost or sometimes don’t even make it into parents’ hands, not to mention the expense of paper and printing.
Brainstorming. Maybe you need ideas for a new fundraiser, or event theme. This is a great way to establish an open conversation about what students and parents would like to see or do.
Share Photos. There are always dozens of parents, families, and students taking pictures at every school event. What better outlet to share all of those photos. Photo tagging enables parents and students to add their own pictures to your photo library.
Volunteer Requests. This is a quick and easy way to ask for volunteers, even last-minute ones. Maybe one of your volunteers is sick or a teacher needs help making copies. Post a message for help and get someone quick!
Twitter can be a helpful outlet as well. Find someone on the school staff, like the principal, assistant principal, or school secretary to tweet once or twice a day or more on the day’s events. This can also be done by the school media person, if you have one, or a PTA member.
Using a website for the school and/or PTA, PTO or PTSA.
I can count the number of people I personally know that DON’T have internet at home or use a computer on a regular basis on one hand. Everyone’s “connected” today and schools and school PTAs should be taking advantage of this. According to the Census Bureau’s projected figures for 2011 school enrollment will be as follows:
Pre-kindergarten – Grade 8
Public – 34,974
Private – 4,598
Grades 9 – 12
Public – 14,580
Private – 1,363
At our school alone there are over 790 students currently enrolled for the 2010-11 school year and our elementary school is the smallest in the district. Keeping all parents and families updated without using the internet and social media becomes a very costly expense, an expense that most school systems can’t cover without sacrificing other, more beneficial programs for the students.
How should schools fix it? Ask. It is almost guaranteed that at least a handful of parents are familiar with web design of some sort, even if it’s just basic blog setup through Wordpress or Blogger. Is having just a blog ideal? No. But it is at least a starting point if they have limited resources. Wordpress is free, a domain is usually $ 15 or less, and site hosting can be a nominal monthly expense as well, about the cost of a ream of paper.
So get a Facebook page, a Twitter account, and a website and “trash” the paper notes. Watch parent and student involvement grow. Keep everyone informed. The days of paper-pushing are over! If you’re really bold, start an e-newsletter. Watch for a follow-up on creating an effective school newsletter.
Copyright 2011, Article by Sarah Baker of Eos Concepts, LLC. EosConcepts.com