This is part of the #CareerAdvice series – featuring successful professionals who share their advice to people who would want to take their career to the next level.
You’re trying to raise money for your startup, and social media makes that mission easier than ever. In fact, if you know what you’re doing, you can reach millions of people on a shoestring budget.
One of the core challenges of marketing is what key information to present and how to do so effectively. Consumers literally have the entire world at their fingertips and as a result, there’s a considerable amount of marketing noise.
The 2016 Presidential election has sparked a millennial cyberwar like none other. We are a generation of smart phone wielding warriors. Hiding behind the anonymity of a digital screen we take to the Facebook battlefield. Armed with only a keyboard, we craft posts that leave wounds deeper than those made by any sword.
These days, most people are quick to resort to composing lengthy Facebook posts when it comes to getting their passionate political messages across.
Though they are not officially listed in Facebook’s rules, there do seem to be a few unspoken principles that most people should abide by on social media – namely, don’t bombard your friends with pictures of your kids, personal snapshots, and long, negative updates on what’s going wrong in your life or in the country.
Social media site Rantic.com surveyed over 10,000 Bachelorette fans before the finale and came up with a spread to figure out which of us were Team Former Swimmer and which of us were Team Former Football Player (either way, JoJo loses).