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Your social media profile is your cyber social face, it is in most cases the first port of call for connections, friends and followers to find out who you are what you do. However most of us play a number of different roles in our daily lives, and no one circumstance does justice to our whole personality, that’s why it’s hard to write a defining profile.
The big advertisers would like us to confine ourselves to one social media platform like Facebook, LinkedIn or YouTube, “put everything in one basket”. Because it’s much easier to monitor your online behaviour from a single source.
When signing up to a network, you need to determine which aspects of your multi foliate personality should be expressed, what online information will best serve your needs. How do we do that?
We need t...
The more I read and learn from various web, tech and media pundits across the net, the more I get concerned that the marketing community has tried to vertically integrate itself with Social Media, trying to hide themselves amongst the clutter until it’s time to pounce. Much like tumor that sits dormant for years until it explodes into a malignant cancer.So for sake of clarity lets get something straight; Social media per say is not marketing!
The more old school and heritage marketers try an embrace social media tools into their marketing mix, the more difficult they find it becomes. Why? for two reasons; firstly social media is a vehicle for social interaction not a billboard...