Posts Tagged ‘enterprise’

Social Media Policy: The Why and How

Social media continues to grow in use and acceptance. Meanwhile, it is becoming more complicated. Let’s look at the rationale for rolling out a social media policy within your company. Social Media Complication Brands are especially impacted by growth. Once companies expand beyond 50 or 100 employees, new problems enter the picture. For example: Social Media for…

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Reality Check: Stop Obsessing Over Your Site Ranking

There are many great SEO Analytics Platforms on the market today, names such as SEOmoz, seoClarity, Conductor, Brightedge, and more as the list grows every year. Another one of the leaders is Raven Tools. A couple of weeks ago, Raven announced that they are dropping their ranking reports from the product. This is at least…

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Internal Social Networks: The Next Evolution of the Intranet

Social networks are the backbone of social media, the places where we can virtually gather with likeminded professionals in different companies, locations, and industries. Leading platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+ are well known and understood. And they serve a great purpose for the vast majority of us. From the perspective of the enterprise,…

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Social Media: It CAN be measured too!

If you keep up with the local Austin startup scene or even with new social media services as they pop up, then surely you saw the announcement from Spredfast about their Social Media Campaign Management Dashboard product. It would easy to dismiss this as just another hype-laden announcement about a new social media tool, but that would be rather short-sighted in this case.

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Social collaboration: Collaborating people, not tools

Today, since I’m spending this whole weekend celebrating my entry into a fourth decade on this earth, I’ll be skipping one weekend of self-posting to Return On Now. In my stead, I offer to you a guest post from my friend and colleague Julie Hunt. Julie is a Market and Competitive Intelligence professional, and one of the best strategic and analytical minds with whom I’ve had the pleasure of working in the past decade.

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