In this episode I talk about the role social media plays in political communications.
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil has been an exciting and very social event with no shortage of fans across the world sharing their experiences, emotions and reactions via social media, making this World Cup the most social one ever with 12.2 million Tweets being shared in total on Twitter during the first game. Throughout the competition Twitter Data and Twitter Sport have been keeping fans at every corner of the globe up to date with metrics to show just how much of a global reaction there has been to this years World Cup.
A Corporate Assest Your website is something that you own and have full control over. Your website which incorporates your domain name (www.yourcompany.com) is a corporate asset. You can fully control the content, the advertising and have control over the visibility of the site. You have the power to showcase your product, service, intellectual property to an international audience and marketplace. When using Facebook or Twitter or other social networking sites you are storytelling your brand and sharing news, view and industry trends. However Facebook owns Facebook and Twitter owns Twitter. That’s a very important point to remember.
How Does Mute Work? Twitter introduced a new feature called ‘mute’ last week and are slowly rolling it out across the social network for all of its users who use the iPhone and Android apps and twitter.com on the desktop. Mute gives Twitter users more control over the content they want to see in their feed. There are different ways to mute users you follow depending on the device you use twitter on: Muting on Twitter.com Muting on an iPhone Muting on an Android Device Why Mute? Muting is an alternative to blocking