https://strategicopy.com/smc-getting-started-with-your-strategicopy-social-media-dashboard/ How to Set Up Your Social Media Dashboard In this video you will learn the first step in setting up your Social Media Dashboard.
Facebook social media design in Photoshop
In this video I am going to share with you and demonstrate how you can easily create social media graphics for Facebook in Adobe Photoshop using my free social media kit. Enjoy *****************. How to design a Facebook cover using your photos in Adobe Photoshop. In this tutorial you can learn how to create social media banner/cover photo using photoshop. Stock Files With PSD Tamplae:. With your amazing photoshop create osm facebook posts that can be posted on your timeline. Follow these 5 tips to get higher views. Simple but effective. Get the free template @ .
How To Use Social Media Bar
In today’s world of the internet, companies have got to be even more aware of what their customers are saying about them and, more importantly, where they are saying it. Social media platforms are a common place for people to talk about a particular brand and they will often talk about what their perception is and how the service can be improved. This is something that companies in all industries and of all sizes can use as failure to monitor these conversations can have an adverse effect on business and your social standing.
One of the main benefits of social media is that it acts as another level of customer service and if your customers can see that you are actively trying to rectify the problems, they are more likely to give your brand another chance. However, the main reason why companies monitor social media platforms is so they can make sure that any problem does not escalate into a huge problem that ends up damaging the brand image of the company.
Twitter and Facebook are the main social media platforms that people comment on so it makes sense that companies have their own page. This should mean that if people want to use the site to complain or make ideas, a company has got it all in one place. It is, therefore, important to ensure that the company has a member of staff that is monitoring the page. By doing this, your customers know that you put customer service high on your priority list and over the long term they can use this as a way of communicating with your company.
The problems arise however when people start making comments on blogs, forums and their personal Twitter and Facebook accounts as this is going to be harder to monitor. This is where social media experts come in as they can make the most of the social media tools that are available to ensure that all conversations relating to your brand are monitored at all times. Of course, if you are using an external agency then you need to ensure that they have experience in working with clients of a similar size to yours and that they are going to have the right tools to monitor your results. Social media is a relatively new technology and many companies are yet to embrace it so when you take the plunge make sure that you do it correctly from the beginning.
Distinguished Technology Companies Join NCWIT in Inspiring Women in Computing
The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) today announced that Apple, Bank of America, Bloomberg, Google, Microsoft, Microsoft Research, Palantir, Qualcomm, Symantec, and Venmo are supporting NCWITs outreach efforts (hosting events and networking opportunities) at the 2014 Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing in Phoenix, Arizona from October 8-10, 2014. Sponsored events include:
NCWIT Academic Alliance Reception (sponsored by Microsoft Research): Representatives from current and prospective members of NCWITs Academic Alliance, comprised of hundreds of colleges and universities nationwide, will gather to network and compare approaches for implementing institutional change for their post-secondary computing programs. Microsoft Research sponsors the NCWIT Academic Alliance Seed Fund, which provides up to $ 10,000 for implementation of initiatives focused on recruiting or retaining women in computing degree programs. NCWIT is currently accepting proposals through November 2, 2014. (http://www.ncwit.org/seedfund)
NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing Networking Meet-ups (separate meet-ups sponsored by Apple, Bank of America, Palantir, and Qualcomm): Executives will meet with Aspirations Award recipients to discuss career opportunities and offer tips for successful technology job searches. The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing is a multi-tiered award competition (with recognition at national and local levels) open to any U.S. high school woman with computing aspirations. NCWIT is currently accepting applications through November 2, 2014. (http://www.bit.ly/AiCHSAward)
NCWIT Affiliate Award for Aspirations in Computing Breakfast (sponsored by Microsoft): Microsoft, sponsor of the Aspirations Award at the local level, will recognize Aspirations Affiliate Award Coordinators for their extraordinary voluntary contributions, making it possible to serve all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands with the Aspirations Award program.
NCWIT Student Seed Fund Lunch (sponsored by Symantec): Executives will hear from several student winners of the NCWIT Student Seed Fund, sponsored by Symantec. The Student Seed Fund provides $ 1,000 to student-run programs and initiatives that promote increased participation of women in higher education computing programs. NCWIT is currently accepting proposals through October 26, 2014. (http://www.ncwit.org/studentseedfund)
NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Reunion Dinner (sponsored by Bloomberg): Aspirations in Computing Community members will reunite and catch up on educational and work experiences since their recognitions. Bloomberg sponsors the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Community, a peer network of technical young women connected to hundreds of NCWIT corporate, academic, and non-profit organizations nationwide.
EngageCSEdu Demo Sessions (sponsored by Google): Representatives will provide interactive demos of EngageCSEdu, a website containing a dynamic collection of high-quality, open course materials for introductory computer science courses contributed by faculty from across the country. (http://www.ncwit.org/engagecsedu)
Sit With Me Photo Booth (sponsored by Venmo): Attendees are invited to take a stand for women in technology by getting their photo taken in the iconic Red Chair of Sit With Me a national advocacy campaign that provides a gathering place for all people to acknowledge the valuable contributions of women in computing. (http://www.sitwithme.org)
Additional events include: meet-ups and receptions for current and prospective members of NCWITs Affinity Group, Entrepreneurial, and Workforce Alliances, as well as NCWIT Pacesetters. Visit http://www.ncwit.org/NCWITatGHC for more information about NCWITs participation at the Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing.
Organizations acting together make a far better impact on expanding diversity in computing than a person or an organization acting alone, said NCWIT CEO and Co-founder Lucy Sanders. Its motivating to see representatives from multiple disciplines and industries come together in support of these promising technical young women.
NCWIT is also pleased to announce that Chief Strategy and Growth Officer Ruthe Farmer will be honored at the conference with the 2014 Social Impact ABIE Award during the opening plenary session on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. (http://bit.ly/ghcRuthe)
It is such an honor to be recognized by the Grace Hopper community with this award, said Farmer. The Aspirations in Computing program has built an incredible, national network for technical young women, and we are excited to see the impact this incredibly connected group will have on the tech industry.
The Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing is produced by the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology and is presented in partnership with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Find out more at http://www.gracehopper.org.
About NCWIT The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is a non-profit community of more than 575 universities, companies, non-profits, and government organizations nationwide working to increase womens participation in computing and technology. NCWIT equips change leaders with resources for taking action in recruiting, retaining, and advancing women from K12 and higher education through industry and entrepreneurial careers. Find out more at http://www.ncwit.org.
NCWIT receives significant financial support from Strategic Partners NSF (National Science Foundation), Microsoft, Bank of America, Google, and Intel, as well as from Investment Partners Avaya, Pfizer, Merck, Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc., AT&T, Bloomberg, and Hewlett-Packard.
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Social Media Management
With one of the latest trends being how to make money online, businesses on the Internet are now seeking strategies and techniques to boost their sales and revenues. Even existing businesses outside the Net are trying to catch up with the trend since their visibility online can attract more customers than doing the traditional advertising and marketing.
Some advertise their websites and blogs to increase the traffic to their sites in hopes of generating more income. Others use Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to increase the traffic to their sites, which also makes it easier for their business/businesses to be found by the search engines.
In the last few years social sites have become the HOT trend for advertising your expertise. Social media sites have become pretty effective because these sites are visited by millions of users all over the world. We are referring to sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Delicious, and YouTube etc. Some refer to this as social media optimization.
With this being the case, many people who dont know much about this trend tend to get frustrated with the learning curve of not really knowing how to manage their social media accounts. This is when its a good idea to consult with a social media manager. Social Media Managers assist businesses with their social media optimization, plus they save you countless hours or time, effort and money because they do what their good at while you focus on your still focusing on your business operations.
There are countless numbers of companys that are hiring social media managers to assist with the management of their social media accounts, particularly Twitter and Facebook. Most of these entrepreneurs want to maximize their sites potential, which will also help create more followers, and viewers on their accounts. Twitter for instance, is a very powerful tool for marketing your products or services. In other words, followers on twitter can turn into your potential customers. Would you like this for your business? Then this is the perfect time to hire a good social media manager.
Social Media Managers also may give suggestions for dealing with situations where your having issues with spam, invalid passwords, twitter DMs or direct messages, comment management, RSS feeds, and other related issues. Social media manager find solutions and advise on other topics such as controlling unwanted emails, effective email marketing, linking different social media accounts into one, engaging in forums, and comments on other blogs. Social media managers also increase the visibility of blog posts in order to gain visitors to your business blog or website.
In the paragraph above we touched on just a few of the roles that a social media manager undertakes when working with clients. With this trend quickly developing more and more social media managers are becoming hired to help businesses manage their social accounts. Without Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Delicious, Stumbleupon, and all the other countless social media sites, businesses would never be as viable and lucrative as they are today.
Education Technology 203 Social Media Site Presentation
Presentation for BSU class EdTech203, SplitcoastStampers as a social media site.
Build your tribe on Social Media by following this simple 4 topics method
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Hootsuite for Social Network Marketing
In this age of digital domination, businesses are having to change the way they conduct themselves. Social media is just one example of how the ways in which companies advertise themselves has been completely revolutionised. Increasingly, businesses are told to ensure that they have a ‘strong online presence’, and whilst this is undoubtedly good advice, more traditional marketing techniques are often being overlooked as a result.
Whilst gaining ‘likes’ on Facebook or ‘followers’ on Twitter can be a great way of tracking the success of a marketing campaign, it cannot, and should not replace offline marketing techniques. When used in isolation of each other, both can be effective, however when combined, the results simply speak for themselves.
Imagine for example that there are two restaurants in roughly the same location, selling the same style and quality of food, the only difference being their marketing campaigns. One has a presence on all the major social networking sites, but does little in the way of offline techniques and the second restaurant uses a combination of both. Which campaign do you think is likely to be more successful?
Before making your decision, consider the following example of an offline marketing technique. The latter restaurant owner has created a signature dish and through a field marketing agency has organised what is known as an ‘in-house promotion’. This would involve giving members of the public free samples of said signature dish in order to promote both the restaurant’s brand and reputation.
Interest is generated by offering the sample, first at popular locations in the local community, and then encouraging customers into the restaurant itself. Meals can then be offered at promotional prices, and providing that both the service and product is of a high standard, word of mouth will spread like wildfire.
This is where social networking finds its strength; the phrase ‘word of mouth’ takes on a far more substantial meaning. Once interest has been generated, people are far more likely to search for you on Facebook, mention you to their friends or ‘follow’ you on Twitter, where you can continue building customer/brand experience. Whilst this can arguably be achieved to some degree by using social networking in isolation, the process is considerably slower and far more luck is involved in its being successful.
The question is, if you’ve spent many years developing a brand and nurturing its reputation, would you really want to leave the marketing aspect of your business open to such fickle a thing as chance? The simple fact is that social networking is a fantastic marketing tool, when utilised to full effect. However, unless consumers are actually aware enough of your company’s brand and message to begin with, it is far less likely that they will care if you have a social media presence or not.
Offline marketing techniques focus on actual interactive experience between customer and brand, social media is merely a way to continue to strengthen this relationship.
Social Media Survey (Group 6-STEM4)
Animated Video created using Animaker – https://www.animaker.com This is a video containing the results of the Social Media survey that was conducted by the group 6 of 11-STEM 4 for the subject Statistics