Social Media’s Role in Egypt’s Revolution

As unrest in the Middle East continues to spread, social media plays an integral role, taking the outside world into the center of the chaos. This CNN video illustrates how the Internet helped change history in Egypt. Tweets, video clips, and Facebook updates broadcast the demonstrations in real-time, showing their true nature instead of the […]

Class Of 2011: If Social Media Were a High School

If Social Media Were a High School

Life in the Social Media Fast Lane by The Buyer Group

Save time with social media efficiency

Are you so addicted to computers that you find yourself typing in your password into your bank ATM? If so, you’re not alone.

If it feels as though time accelerated in 2010, that’s because it did. Social conversation started with a trickle until it swelled into the tsunami we know today. For every hour spent online, Internet users in the U.S. are spending 13.5 minutes using social media. 46 percent of Internet users globally spend more hours per week on social media than any other online activity. Why? Because everything is real-time.

Facebook COO Gives 3 PR Success Tips for Women

Klout Score and Influence

In Facebook you can “like” a post, you can even “like” a video on YouTube, but in the world of female employees, as success increases, likability decreases.

Why aren’t more women making it to the top? What messages do women need to tell themselves, the peers, our daughters?

Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg shares her “likes” and “dislikes” for women and success at the TED Women conference last month.