Social Media is radically changing our culture and the methods that small, medium and large business can and do use to reach their customers. Enjoy the video on Social Media in 2014.
Build Your Network Marketing Business Using Social Media
How to build your business using social media! Second generation network marketer Frazer Brookes has built teams with 300,000 plus customer’s using social media as a major focus Learn from Frazer Brookes and Rob Sperry on how to use social media to build a large business
Using social media influencers to grow your brand
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Social Media Dashboard Tutorial
Dashboards are extremely useful for people who have a lot of information to keep track of online. Many people have several Twitter accounts and also post to other various social media platforms like FaceBook, LinkedIn and others, which can be time consuming.Thankfully, there are a number of helpful Twitter tools with dashboards that allow individuals or companies that have several accounts on multiple platforms to manage their information all on one screen.
Buzzom is a Twitter tool with a personalized dashboard with several social media management options, email updates, and more. This application also allows scheduling so that you can update your profiles at various times without being at your computer or without using your phone.
Another great Twitter tool, which works for FaceBook as well, is Seesmic. The desktop version of this application includes a customizable dashboard that allows you to track all of your updates, manage contacts, create lists, and track multiple accounts. Seesmic also has features for easily sharing links, photos, and other files.
All of the results are updated in real-time without refreshing the page. TweetGrid also allows users to tweet directly from within the app and it works with TwitPicGrid for easy photo sharing.
Sprout Social includes a great social media dashboard specifically for companies who want to boost their web presence and connect with customers and potential customers.
This application works with Twitter, Yelp, FourSquare, LinkedIn, Facebook Pages, and more, and the dashboard integrates them all for easy account management.
Twitter apps with dashboards are great for users who have multiple accounts, several lists, and a busy lifestyle. Try these apps to see which one works best for you.
Social media boosts India election campaign
Social media sites have become a new battleground for Indian politicians as more and more people get connected to the internet. Facebook now has 100 million users in India, second only to the United States. But how far does the virtual campaign world reach? Al Jazeera’s Nidhi Dutt reports from New Delhi.
Dos and Don’ts when using social networks
As you know although I use both social media and networking sites, I dislike the way they can make certain users ‘anti-social’ because they become almost addicted to the social media world rather than living in the real one. However is this the same for children or can social sites be educational?
My own children use social networking sites specifically designed for younger children (under 13’s). They use Neopets, Whyville and MoshiMonsters. They use Neopets less and less now as they concentrate on Whyville the most. If you ask them why they like Whyville, their answers differ. My eldest likes the joining all the clubs within Whyville itself and my youngest likes chatting to other children in the US, as we are in the UK she finds it amazing that she can talk to other kids around the world. But is this doing them more harm then good?
I am quite an old-fashioned Mum. I like my kids to be polite, to eat all their food (you don’t eat your dinner, you don’t get your pudding!), to do their homework as soon as they get in from school so it’s over and done with etc. But I do let them use the family computer a lot as they use laptops at school and they need to know how to use one, not to mention, the need to learn internet safety.
The reason why I like Whyville, more than the rest of these ‘kiddie safe’ social networking sites is because each child has to go to Whyville School before they can use the site, the school teaches them internet safety and they have to pass a test before they can use the site.
But do kids social networking sites offer any other educational purpose? Suprisingly yes. Most of these sites, use a form of currency to buy things in and around the site. For example, Neopets uses Neopoints which you earn from playing games, selling items and going to work. Whyville uses clams, earning them by playing games and working. MoshiMonsters uses rox, again earnt by playing games and working. This teaches children the value of ‘money’. In each of these sites their are a multitude of games to play, this helps with co-ordination, reactions and spacial awareness. Some of the games are trivia based so this also helps to get them thinking.
All of these sites have methods of communication, whether it is talking directly to a person on Whyville or using ‘neomail’, Neopets own email system, to talk to one another. This helps with basic PC and typing skills, not to mention spelling, grammar, social interaction and internet safety awareness.
My children are ‘timed’ on the PC. This way I can see and limit how much time they are spending on these sites and because I have two children, it is a fair way of giving them equal time on the computer.
So as long as you kids are internet aware and you can sit down and supervise them, they can actually learn from these sites, although don’t tell them that!
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TSU Social Network – New Social Media Sites 2015 | TSU Best Social Media Site Of 2015
Tsu Social Network Review: http://www.meetcalebwright.com/social-media/tsu-social-network-review/ Click here to join me on TSU for FREE: http://www.tsu.co/CalebWright This is an overview of the new social media network: TSU. I walk you through the features and areas of the website that will matter most to you as a new user. TSU has many functional similarities to Facebook, but where the similarities end is how they each handle their advertising revenue. While Facebook keeps all of their ad revenue for the company and it’s shareholders, TSU is bringing a revolutionary new business model to social networking where they pay out 90% of all advertising revenue to the members of it’s network who post content and grow the TSU network. Here is information straight from TSU, explaining their social networks business model: Ts is a social network with an embedded payment platform. ts aggregates advertising, sponsorship and partnership dollars, all from third parties (like other social platforms do) for the benefit of its social users. Since users create almost all of the content and interactions (just as they do on other platforms), ts shares 100% of the economics as royalties for their content creation and network adoption. The algorithm ts abides by is simple, which creates economics for users based on their content and size of network. Here is how the TSU algorithm for Ad Revenue Distribution works: Tss algorithm automatically tracks, measures, and distributes revenue to the appropriate user and their family tree. At a high level, 90% of revenues are distributed to users. To maintain the platform, ts receives 10%. To see how this breaks down, lets take a look at 4 users, all with varying start dates on ts. User A invites user B, who invites user C, who invites user D Part 1 – $100 of earned revenue is generated based on the content user D shared (photos, videos, status updates, etc.) Part 2 – 90% of earned revenue go to the users. In this case, $90 of the $100 is shared with all the users. – ts takes 10% of the $100 for platform fees. In this case $10. Part 3 – User D, the original content creator takes 50% of the $90. In this case, $45. – User C gets 33.3% (1/3) of the original $90 generated. In this case, $29.70 – User B gets 11.1% (1/3 of 1/3 = 1/9) of the original $90 generated. In this case $9.99 – User A gets 3.70% (1/3 of 1/3 of 1/3 = 1/27) of the original $90 generated. In this case $3.33 – This is what we call the rule of infinite thirds So how this works, you are rewarded for not only posting quality content that gets likes, clicks and shares.. but also for expanding the TSU network. You are paid in proportion to the size of the network that you generate on TSU, as well as the number of friends and followers that you generate. As Gary Vaynerchuk has explained in his latest book: Jab, Jab Jab, Right Hook (see my book review here: http://www.meetcalebwright.com/network-marketing/jab-jab-jab-right-hook/) there is mindblowingly signficant opportunity in up and coming social media networks and the people who get on them and figure them out first are always the ones who make the most money. This is your opportunity to jump on a brand new social network and ride the wave of growth into prosperity. With TSU, you have the ability to easily share your posts to Facebook and Twitter simultaneously. When your posts go out to Facebook and Twitter, they include a link back to TSU. When any Facebook or Twitter user clicks your link to TSU, they will be prompted to sign up for the social network and create a profile and in doing so will be added to your ‘Family Tree’ which is your network of influence that counts towards your monetization on the site. If you are finding this video, and you are not already in my network, I suggest you join TSU through my link. I have already have a team on Facebook (TSU Viral Expansion Team) that is implementing a viral promotion strategy that effectively and easily pulls Facebook users over to TSU, and we’re fully geared to ride this wave of expansion as TSU grows into the next powerful social media network that everyone is going to want to be a part of. Our group includes training on our strategy and we’re also there to help you figure it out. Join our family on TSU, and I will be in contact with you to add you to our Facebook promotion team: http://www.tsu.co/CalebWright http://wukar.com/video/1108611/tsu-social-network-new-social-media-sites-2015-tsu-best-social-media-site-of-2015/ http://www.myinspiredmedia.com/video/social-media-marketi/3422/tsu-social-network-new-social-media-sites-2014-tsu-best-social-media-site-of-2014 http://youtu.be/xFZ8tfUpoZQ