All real estate professionals should have a plan for using social media. I recently shared tips with Trulia.com writer Jason Van Steenwyk.
Taking the time to do three things before posting your content in social media will greatly improve the chances of the post being shared far and wide. KloboMedia shares results of a recent study that proves the point.
KloboMedia CEO Carol Fowler joins Chicago attorney and WGN Radio personality Karen Conti to talk about television news, social media and the changes in how people consume information.
Few of the top business leaders in the country are using social media – and that’s a shame.
Sports content is some of the most popular on Twitter. Here are some of the best practices from sports reporters seeing highest engagement.
Twitter may the traditional place in the social space to break news. But in reality, newsrooms across the country are increasingly relying on Facebook to bring them coveted page views — for breaking news and everything else. Facebook is still the first place you’ll find photos of dogs and kids, but there’s also some serious conversation going on.
People aren’t answering email because they get too much of it or just don’t take it seriously enough. It’s bad for business, and here’s why.
A social object by cartoonist Hugh MacLeod sums up social media these days. “Business is change. There is nothing else.”
The best people on Twitter follow three rules of engagement. KloboMedia CEO Carol Fowler outlines the reasons why those rules are not followed more frequently, especially by reporters.