These days, almost nothing is sacred. With social media becoming a ubiquitous communication device, there is almost no topic that isn’t exhaustively tweeted about, discussed, and debated publicly for the world to see. The very essence of social media relies on people’s willingness to engage with their friends, colleagues, and even complete strangers without any natural filter.
Actually, Facebook first launched stickers back in April 2013, but only in private messages. Now Facebook is rolling out the feature to timeline posts, enabling users to voice their opinions with a Pusheen cat, a smiley, or anything else in Facebook’s Sticker Store. Initally only available in Japan, the feature appears to be rolling out globally today.
Unfortunately, these stickers won’t boost your brand’s engagement stats any time soon — they’re not available for use on pages at the moment. Here’s a closer look at stickers on Facebook:
Many probably believe milllennials are the most active and influenced users of social media since representatives of this generation have played with electronic gadgets and computers earlier than members of any other generation.
“Younger users are more susceptible” to social-media messages, especially those emanating from influential users, Brock University professor Anteneh Ayanso wrote in his new book Harnessing the Power of Social Media and Web Analytics.
The truth didn’t set Anna Stoehr free on Facebook. A lie did. Well, a little white lie.
The 113-year-old Plainview, Minn., resident recently joined Facebook in much the same way countless whippersnappers under the age of 13 do (at least the ones who aren’t already soooo totally over it, that is). Stoehr fudged her age by a few years. Technically, when she activated her account on the world’s largest social network, she was 113 years young, but she said she was 99.
Dreamforce 2014 opens its doors today. With 135,000 registered attendees from 91 countries, the streets of San Francisco will become awash with marketers, salespeople, business owners and a vast array of Salesforce partners.
With the launch of a special GridScape for Dreamforce ’14 today, G2 Crowd is taking a particularly close look at the latter; those vendors that produce products that work within the Salesforce ecosystem.
And following Salesforce’s announcement yesterday of its new analytics cloud, Wave, we’ve found some interesting trends in G2’s data. Analysis of customer reviews underlines the fact that business intelligence is top of mind for the CRM behemoth’s users.
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