Love it or hate it, social media looks like it's here to stay for the long haul. Smart businesses utilize social media channels to advertise products and services, pivot themselves as industry leaders, and, most importantly, connect with their customers. No wonder many top companies are budgeting resources towards building better web presences. However, it's rare to become an overnight sensation with all your efforts on point right away.
In social media, the rights of employees and their personal privacy can quickly become tangled with the business interests of an employer.
Why should healthcare organizations implement an influencer program? Just a few years ago, healthcare organizations were the sole authority on healthcare information. Today, the rise of social media has meant that people often turn to their own personal online connections as a trusted source for health information.
Facebook recently announced a major change to their algorithm which significantly affects the content people will see in their News Feed. Facebook wants to focus on “the personal moments that lead us to connect more with each other”, and make sure that people feel like their time on the social network is "well spent".
We’ve noticed that social media users develop a certain kind of personality online. Sometimes that personality reflects their personality in real life – and sometimes it doesn’t. Either way, we noticed that there are some common personality types that we kept seeing - so here they are. Which social media personality type are you?