With all the social media platforms that are available, a lot of companies struggle to figure out which platform will work best for them. A new study from the 8 team has found that Facebook is a great choice for many people. But is it worth it? The answer lies in the amount of traffic the social network receives and how you manage it.
The latest edition to Facebook’s sexy roster of affluent engineers is the brainchild of a former DARPA official whose name rhymes with e-mail. In short, the Building 8 is a well-oiled machine that boasts several impressive and not-so-secret research projects. Some of them are so far along in their development stages that they’re on their way to commercialization. A good samaritan would be hard pressed to keep tabs on all of them. That said, Facebook has recently tapped a new high-profile member of its exec crew to lead the charge and he’s not a bad choice.
Taking the cake are a couple of projects that are worth a look. This is especially true of the aforementioned brainchild. There are three main pillars to the building: a hardware lab, a managed research lab, and an experimental data centre.
A social media workflow can be a critical part of your overall marketing strategy. It allows your team to deliver content quickly and in an efficient manner. However, you need to choose the right tool for your needs. Choosing the wrong one could result in lost productivity and security risks.
There are many tools that can help your team manage and automate the workflow of your social media. Tools like ClickUp, for example, offer flexible features and customizable templates. They also allow team members to collaborate and communicate, assign tasks, and monitor progress.
SocialBee, on the other hand, offers a 14-day free trial. It also allows users to customize content for multiple social profiles and hashtags. Plans begin at $27 a month, and they’re customizable to accommodate your team’s needs. This makes it easy to set up a multi-platform presence.
Another tool is Hootsuite, which is a scheduling tool that makes it easy to schedule posts for Twitter and Facebook. The platform’s bulk import feature can also be used to import content from RSS feeds.
Finally, there are tools like Planable and Design Wizard that provide an easy way to create content that is both visually compelling and compliant. Their software allows you to integrate with platforms such as Marketo, Hubspot, and Intercom.
Shout Awards is a local entertainment awards show. The event is presented in conjunction with a local sponsor, L’Oreal Paris. It’s a well oiled machine that attracts the finest and the brightest in the Malaysian entertainment industry.
Aside from being a fun night out for the family, it also helps the aforementioned brand stay ahead of its competitors. This year’s bash is a celebration of the best in local music, film, sports and the arts. Besides the aforementioned awardees, the show was also held in an open venue for the first time in its history. At the awards ceremony’s finale, a slew of high-profile guest stars took to the stage to show off their talents. Earlier in the day, the stars of the show mingled with local media at the Shout Awards VIP Lounge, a swanky new addition to the awards show line-up.
In the name of brevity, we’ll leave you to the conjecture of what happened next. In the past, the awards have been held in secretive and highbrow locales, e.g., the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the Malay Cultural Centre and the Perdana Museum, to name a few. But in September 2012, the show was relocated to a more accessible location, namely Surf Beach at Sunway Lagoon.