Tumblr has followed in Facebook’s footsteps by today introducing a video autoplay feature in an attempt to reposition the brand to acknowledge the growth of video content on the photo-sharing site.
Entries Tagged as 'Social Media'
November 6th, 2014
October 30th, 2014
With social listening tools now commonplace, plenty of companies keep track of what people say about them online. What they find, however, is there’s a big gap between tallying brand mentions and deeply understanding what customers (or potential customers) really think and feel.
Most social listening tools can’t make sense of subtlety: They can’t make out complex human interactions, such as expressions of irony or playfulness. They still struggle to interpret still and moving pictures. They can?t keep up with fast-changing abbreviations and memes.
October 22nd, 2014
Here are 12 Free Social Media Tools that help manage, monitor or develop content.
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October 16th, 2014
Read how to take your hotel guests’ experience to the next level.
August 14th, 2014
If you want to grow your business through Facebook marketing, you will very likely have to pay for advertising.
August 7th, 2014
There is much (and growing) research that tells us about the critical role Social + Mobile, a.k.a. SoMo, plays in the daily lives of consumers.
June 16th, 2014
Most hoteliers these days seem well aware of the importance of managing their online reputations by monitoring social media postings and online guest reviews. However many are neglecting the reputations they are making every day based on their agents performance on their “voice” channels
June 11th, 2014
Pinterest has announced the ability for business accounts to better track their pin performance and promote the best pins to a targeted audience on a per-click basis to a business’s website.
The do-it-yourself “promoted pins” offering is being tested with a small group of businesses, and others can sign up here to gain access.
June 9th, 2014
Hotels loyalty programs have essentially the same structure today as 10 years ago: Try remain loyal to a brand in order to collect points that can be redeemed in exchange of benefits, such as free rooms, and loyalty status ladder ascension. Yet loyalty programs aren’t leveraging the public interest that has grown in services using a social component as a differentiator.