Ever wanted to build a community and didn’t know where to start?
This infographic provides a brief but effective explanation of the ongoing process of creating and managing a community.
Source: Pinterest via Mackweb solutions
This infographic from Advertising Age provides an overview of the US population using social media as well as the top countries on Facebook and LinkedIn.
I hope you find it useful.
This is a very clear infographic about LinkedIn and how it can help you and your career.
Source: Infrographic Labs
Really liked this post, and it complements the topic of behavioral economics which we had touched on here before. Enjoy!
“Give and you shall receive in return” is one of the key principle in Behavioural economics, as those who receive from you feel they must do something for do… BUT does that magic really work in the world full of deception, especially piracy in music industry?
Certainly! The very proofs are both real-life and academic research on consumer!
The rock icon, Amanda Palmer, has successfully raised over $1 million through a crowd funding platform, Kickstarter (Lindval, 2012; Grant, 2012). I agree with her that we can hardly insist the way of the world and all we have to do is find a way around it. Bear in mind, the level of success depends on the match of taste of consumers as well (Peitz, 2006). Yes, CONSUMERS… who are indeed willing to pay more for the music if they like it! (Peitz, 2006).
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So far we have explored different types of social media, how they are used for business and personal use; but what exactly is social networking and a social network?
Here is a definition provided by mashable.com : ‘A social networking service is an online service, platform, or site that focuses on facilitating the building of social networks or social relations among people who, for example, share interests, activities, backgrounds, or real-life connections.’
And what is a social network?
‘A social network service consists of a representation of each user, his social links, and a variety of additional services.’ (Mashable, 2013)
Just thought we should make that clear 🙂
The editors at Masters In Human Resources decided to research the topic and came up with a few highlights:
Source:The Undercover Recruiter
To read more: http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/linkedin-recruitment/