An interesting interview with Dennis McEniry, President, Online, Estee Lauder Companies about how Estee Lauder use Social Media on a global scale.
This doesn’t surprise me. If you’ve ever shared a link or any other kind of media on Facebook it includes an image, making it stand-out against all of the other status updates and hence more inviting to click. Twitter on the other hand has a more equal model, where there are no images and so people may feel less inspired to click, or less likely to notice a link.
Another nice infographic from Mashable, this time analysing the social media “buzz” around the Royal Wedding.
A nice infographic from mashable showing which social networks are on the rise, and which are declining. This could be useful for any brands and social media marketers who are starting to think about where else they need to establish a presence in the future.
This seems like the next big thing, a lot of towns in my area (North East England) have started using Social Media to make people aware of local events and attractions, and bring more money and people to the town.