Does Your Favorite Social Network Reflect Your Personality Type?
The exclusive publishers of the famous Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment, CPP have produced an infographic that illustrates what they believe your favorite social network says about your personality. Some of the main from the infographic include: Of the 16 personality types about 65% reported using Facebook, and on average individuals with a tendency … read more
Improvements to Scheduled Publishing a YouTube Partner
Recently, Creators the official YouTube Partners & Creators Blog announced a makeover to YouTube publishing. They have implemented over the last few months to show that they are listening to user feedback. Highlights of the Changes Implemented Videos will reliably go live and appear in publishers’ feeds based on published time To give you … read more
Yelp Revamps Their Website
Yelp is a free, online urban city guide used to find a variety of interesting places to eat, drink, shop, relax, etc. It offers familiars and tourists alike a platform to offer up reviews, recommendations or share both good and bad experiences on. It provides a very useful and meaningful social, community platform for … read more
Highlights of the Keynote's 2012 Mobile Usage Study
Keynote recently asked 5,388 people 25-50 questions about their mobile habits and preferences, and 3,145 were smart phone users while 1,976 were tablet users. The study shows that nowadays people are spending a lot of time on their smart phones and tablets, and it’s safe to infer that the number of users and time … read more
Post Targeting on Facebook
Facebook just announced some of its biggest news in a long time! Up until now, Facebook has advertised by using region, language, and brand engagement. Is the change good or bad? When Facebook was originally designed, they boasted about minimal ads and so the new change could be have negative interpretations.If advertisers are too … read more
Why Do Hospitals Need to Embrace Social Media?
The usage of smart phones and of social media sites such as blogs, podcasts, YouTube, Google+, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. is causing a cultural phenomenon that is changing the way all businesses operate. Customers are demanding more social media interaction, because they want to be heard and connect. Social media networks make it possible … read more