Featured | Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: TechnologyAustralians aren't as keen on social media in the workplace as some people would have you think, a new survey suggests.
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Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketA survey of prospective franchisees has shown that 84 per cent of them have little to no experience in social media yet feel it is important for franchisees to own and manage their own social media profiles for business.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: Home ITAVG's MultiMi aims to provide a single interface to multiple social media services, much as multi-protocol instant messaging applications such as Adium can connect simultaneously to multiple IM services.
Written by: Graeme Philipson | Published in: TechnologyIn the next twelve months many organisations will make the wrong choices about social media because of “CIO inertia” and in misconceptions about social media and consumerisation.
Written by: Beverley Head | Published in: NetworkingNAB, which is the subject of 5,000 social media comments each month, has set up a dedicated unit in its Docklands headquarters to monitor and manage social network interactions with customers.
How old is social media? Maybe we can date it from the birth of Facebook in February 2004. Or perhaps we can go back to 2002, to when Friendster was founded. Or even way, way, way back to digital antiquity – back to 1997, when Reid Hoffman founded the first social media website, SocialNet.
No, social media is actually older, 2,000 years older, than Facebook, Friendster or SocialNet.
Sensis has released the results of a survey of social media usage, saying it shows that Australian businesses have yet to take social media seriously, but must do so given its popularity with consumers. A Nielsen report issued last week came to a very different conclusion.