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Join us to hear what social business experts think is next. In January 2013, a 6-second video app debuted as a free iOS app on the iPhone and iPod Touch; 11 months later, Vine is the most-used......
Join us to hear what social business experts think is next. In January 2013, a 6-second video app debuted as a free iOS app on the iPhone and iPod Touch; 11 months later, Vine is the most-used video-sharing app on the market, available for Android and the Windows Phone as well. Instagram video also came onto the scene this year. Facebook introduced hashtags, photos in comments, and followed up on its promise to cut the privacy setting “who can look up my timeline by name.” LinkedIn recently announced members can follow brands’ Showcase Pages.
We’ve seen many more social media leaders and changes emerge in a matter of months – and we should expect no less in 2014.
As varied as the social platforms are, they are taking social media into deeper, more focused directions. In this webinar, our panelists ring out old trends in social media, and ring in their predictions about where social media is headed in the new year.
Join us to hear about:
-Empowering your team with social media and the necessary skills as the need for social media managers continues to decline.
-Leveraging the growing use of mobile with mobile friendly content and social ads.
-Getting on board the fastest-growing social platforms as a necessity—not an option.
-Communicating with your audience with more cutting-edge photo and video messaging.
-Dedicating time and resources to a measurable social media strategy.