Posts Tagged ‘Communications’

A glance at Facebook’s new e-mail and its rocky start

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

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Facebook has always been expanding to include capabilities and integrations previously unheard of in the social networking circuit. And a huge chunk of its massive growth can be attributed to the acqui-hire business strategy they’ve adopted. Here, the company began acquiring smaller businesses and startups to get access to impressive technologies and the talented people behind them to augment and strengthen its own stable of features.


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Ways communication online can improve customer relations

Friday, April 27th, 2012

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Just like in traditional marketing, brands looking to expand and maximize their online presence will need to also put significant focus on online interactions. Gone are the days when brands capitalize on one-sided, all-promotional materials shoved to their targeted audience, and instead genuine communications are put up as a priority. With this, brand managers and the online marketers will be able to build up their brand’s reputation, and establish relationships with existing and potential built on trust.


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Twitter crowdsources site translations

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

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Since its unveiling as Twttr five years ago, Twitter has significantly grown from a casual SMS-centric group messenger, to its current stance as a massively leveraged social media messaging service. In recent years, we’ve seen it develop from its admittedly limiting 140-character format, to an online marketing communications tool with expansions across various platforms and armed with a relatively defined business-geared direction. As part of that expansion, the microblogging giant has launched the Twitter Translation Center to make its services available in other languages. And it aims to do so by crowdsourcing the translation duties.


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Tool Time: Threadsy

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

UPDATE: Threadsy has since closed down shop, bidding farewell in November 2011.  ]

Originally launched in June 2009 during TechCrunch50 last year, Threadsy has been in private beta until it opened its doors to the public (beta) mere days ago. It’s an all-in-one social media and communication client; and it has to be one of the most potent one you’ll find online today.


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