“LinkedIn is the social network to watch, not Facebook, says Possible’s global CEO” and More Social Media News

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What’s Relevant This Week in Social Media.

The world of social media is always renewing itself in some way or another. With frequent updates and resurfacing content, it can be hard to keep up with on a daily basis.  It’s important to stay informed of the curent issues and trends so that your social media presence stays relevant. Using social media is one thing, but using it well is the key to online success.  Stay updated and stay informed with the latest social media news!

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Marketers must look beyond Facebook and Twitter to social networks like LinkedIn for future opportunities, according to global CEO of WPP-owned agency Possible, Shane Atchison. Speaking to The Drum Atchison said that LinkedIn could help inject valuable inventory into the mobile space – an area which remains untapped.
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google chartNow that you’ve written your eulogies for Google Reader, it’s a good time to remember that Google has an abundance of other resources that may not be as popular but still deserve a spotlight.We rounded up some lesser-known Google tools and applications that could help you cope with the loss of Reader and rekindle your love for Google. Click here to read more!

 

Social Media DaySocial Media Day is a global event that celebrates the technologies that connect us across the world. This year, events took place on six continents, all in the spirit of the ways social media changes our lives and empowers us to do good. Each year, the Social Media Day celebrations get increasingly creative. This year, many cities found ways to take advantage of the day’s growing popularity by taking unique approaches to their events. More on this story here.

 

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