The social media race

The social media race

Taking just a glance may make you feel as though you are being left behind or overwhelmed with the way social media is vastly growing. Here is an infograph that summarizes the head to head race for the top spot in the social media world for 2014. We only take a look at the top…

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5 Steps To Growing Your Social Media Marketing

  Here are a few steps that will help take your social marketing to the next level. Think an "out of the box" campaign that will turn heads and win awards. Plan carefully, think visually, stay consistent and most of all be active and responsive in order to ensure you engage with the right crowd.

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Social media: One man’s meat is another man’s poison: Part 2

When the idiom 'One man's meat is another man's poison' was first recorded in 1576, I doubt the author thought that there would ever be something called 'social media' 5 centuries later. On Friday the 20th of December 2013, I came across a tweet 'Going to Africa. I hope I don't get AIDS. Just kidding…

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NCR’s muted #onlinepresence contributes to under-delivery against its mandate

The screaming title was splashed across many newspapers this past Wednesday: Half of South Africa’s consumers battle to pay debts. South Africa has 20 million consumers who have bought on credit. The black line in the graph below clearly indicates the worsening situation of those who cannot honour their debts. (more…)

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Online listening…Are we really?

Use of the internet has vast grown into a convenient way of communicating. A lot of digital firms in the marketing industry have adopted having the upper hand of staying on top of their services and making sure their clients stay happy and positive about the service they are being provided with, all this achieved…

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#Socialmedia will play a huge role in South Africa’s 2014 national elections

My prediction is that social media will set new standards in the 2014 national elections in South Africa, and I cannot wait to keep my tabs on this development.

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