Like a phoenix from the ashes, Myspace has risen. Or…like a has-been social media site pulled up by its bootstraps and given a healthy injection from Justin Timberlake’s bank account, Myspace has limped back into the limelight. Either way, MySpace is now Myspace (yes, with a lowercase “s”), and it wants your attention.
Every generation of children has baffled its parents with strange habits and inclinations. Like the desire to communicate via long, poorly punctuated messages on a device the size of credit card. Or the uncontrollable urge to check Facebook at all hours of the day and night. Or the inability to navigate without GPS.
Everyone knows about Facebook and Twitter, but where else should you focus your social media marketing energies? Look no further…Pinterest is on the rise. Check out the full post here.
Imagine standing in the middle of a busy intersection and shouting aloud your phone number, address, relationship status, and the days you were going to be out of town on vacation. Stupid, right? Yet millions of people do this every day
Remember when you first heard that Google was launching a social network? Here in the Bay Area, getting access to the initial launch of Google+ was equivalent to getting invited to that popular kid’s birthday party.