9 Facts that Prove Social Media has Changed the World Forever

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Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and Other Social Media Platforms’ Impact From relationships to how we choose our next meal, Social Media has woven itself into the fabric of mankind. Overkill much? We don’t think so. Check out the 9 Facts That Prove Social Media Has Changed the World Forever…   The Facts If Facebook were a country, it would be the third …

Report on Social Media and the Patient Experience via TCU and Expio Consulting

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Currently over 55% of patients engage with some form of social media. This report proves that number will continue to rise. 39% of respondents say they share medical information using social media. Contrary to the fears of many executives, patients tend to share positive experiences on social media. This report found though it’s true that patients also do share bad experiences, …

5 Evidences that Prove Social Media is Making Business Better

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1. Brands are now listening more than ever Great customer experiences start with knowing the customer. That’s easier than ever thanks to the thousands of comments on brand posts everyday. This vast stockpile of user-submitted information has proven itself to be a powerful tool in the hands of business leaders, enough to translate into executive action. And it’s awesome. About 50% of companies say …

Social Media & Medical (Google Presentation)

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Contributors Joshua Godsey & Andy Roller Patient-Centered Social Media The New Bedside Manner Case study by Expio including a Google presentation of social media campaigns and results for featured clients in the medical field. Click to open in a new window What the presentation includes: Social Media for Medical explained Social media gives medical specialists the perfect platform to share …

This One Simple Tactic Can Double Your Facebook Engagement – Jason Parks

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This blog post (shared from jeffbullas.com) is by guest author Jason Parks, Owner of The Media Captain. Follow him at @TheMediaCaptain on Twitter. These tips are on par and really helpful. We’ve been using these tactics for a long time and have seen results on a daily basis from these practices. Developing a character for your brand posts, sharing staff stories and more are …

Micro-Stories, Marketers Ruining Social Media and the Friend Who Keeps Calling

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Be a master of context In the elevator, at the gym or in line at the coffee shop, there’s a micro-moment happening. Sometimes, companies tend to think their Facebook page is an ongoing digital conference. But, it isn’t. They’re posting information to one person in one place in one moment. Become a master of context. What’s the weather like? What …

How To Attract Influencers, Not Freeloaders, In Facebook Contests

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How to Ensure Your Facebook Contests Attract Genuine Fans By Emeric Ernoult Published June 10, 2013, Social Media Examiner #1: Award Appropriate Prizes Don’t offer attractive prizes that have nothing to do with your brand. #2: Choose Your Winners Wisely Many contests use a system of votes (photo competitions) or point accumulations (quizzes) to identify finalists or winners. These methods animate your …

A Great Facebook Page Is Engaging, Not Merely Likes

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The Quality of a Click Isn’t 1:1 http://vimeo.com/71025901 The value of a click isn’t 1:1. Some clicks are people simply browsing your page, most likely bouncing off your page in seconds. Some are spam. When you study your web analytics, delineate why and how clicks are making their way all the way to a sale, or to the page you …