Facebook Song Goes Viral
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2JhpNbe2Io&feature=player_embedded Ah, Facebook. We gripe, whine and criticize, yet can rarely bring ourselves to actually pull the plug. We are hooked! The addictive pull of the world’s biggest social network is hilariously portrayed in the musical number, above. Uploaded to YouTube on Monday, it’s already attracted more than 4850076 views — a testament to its high production value and universal truth. Check out “Facebook the Musical” for yourself, and
Why Social Media Is Far More Important Than You Think
The growth of social media as an influencing factor in our lives is truly breathtaking. Nearly a quarter of the total time spent online is on social networks. There are now over 800 million Facebook users in the world, with more than 200 million joining in 2011 alone. Nearly 40% of those 800 million log in every
Facts about Monkeys
- Monkeys are extremely strong, including spider monkeys
- Another one of our monkey facts is that, some of the top predators of this primate include not only humans but also eagles and hawks.
- Monkeys are very vocal creatures, especially in the wild but, the loudest monkey of them all is the Howler Monkey, thus the name. The scream is so piercingly loud that
The True Value Of Social Media Users
When it comes to the internet, a social media consumer is the best type of consumer. There is ample evidence to effectively argue that social media users are far more active and influential than the average internet user. Gigya recently published data gleaned from their onsite social media login platform. Analysis of the data provides some pretty fascinating insights. They found that on websites with social login
Are Online Polls Worth Using in Your Social Media Strategy?
It’s easy to forget about the little things in your social media strategy – like opinion polls. Are they even worth using? I mean, what effect could a tiny poll possibly have on the outcome of your social media campaign overall? Actually if you use them properly, they really can help your strategy become successful. The moral here is – sometimes the small stuff does