Social media comes of age: What we’ve learned
How it works, who it works for, who uses it, and how it fits in
July 30, 2013
How much has social media changed in the past several years?
Hugely. Facebook users passed a billion in October 2012, up from 300 million in September 2009.
Social media has now come of age. We have a much clearer picture of how it works, who it works for, who uses it, and how it fits in with other media.
It’s quite a story, and here to tell it is Bill DeRosa of Talking Finger, a social media and marketing agency.
In this webinar, held July 17 and titled “Social media comes of age: What we’ve learned,” Bill describes:
*The big changes that have swept through social media
*How the major sites are evolving: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+
*The up-and-coming social media sites–the next Facebooks and Twitters
*What the future holds for social media—the changes Bill expects to see over the coming years
The webinar is being sponsored by BPA, the online, print and face-to-face auditing service.
To listen to this webinar, simply follow this link:
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