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Social Media Rises To Help Haiyan Victims








Why Online Video is Beating Social Media





Social Web helped galvanize aid for Haiyan victims. (Source: Radian6) An analysis of social media listening tool, Radian6, described the response on social networks as "overwhelming". According to the report, for the one-week period from http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/11/27/247491777/good-news-bad-news-jobless-claims-dip-but-key-orders-drop November 8 to 14, keywords "super typhoon Yolanda", "Yolanda" and "Haiyan" were mentioned an astonishing 3,243,826 times. "Twitter was the venue for the most mentions, with 74.9 percent of mentions happening in the popular social media messaging service," it noted. "Facebook got the second most number of mentions with 19.2 percent, while mainstream news was third with 2.7 percent." "The immediacy of sending messages on Twitter has been quite useful for calamity-related content because up-to-date information and easy dissemination of messages is what's needed. <br>visit http://www.zdnet.com/ph/social-media-rises-to-help-haiyan-victims-7000023609/





Rolling video into social media





With video, its not. With video you see what youre getting and, if its done right, you get excited by it. Unlike social media, theres an immediate emotional connection. It touches our senses. And, when it does that to us, we have no reason not to believe itll do the same to the people were trying reach. So, the big differentiating factor between social media and video as a marketing platform is one you may never see in a Forrester report. <br>visit http://smallbiztrends.com/2013/09/online-video-is-beating-social-media.html









For three years in a row, YouTube has topped the list of social media networks where marketers are increasing their efforts, according to Social Media Examiner's annual social media marketing report (PDF). Mobile connections With the proliferation of so many mobile devices fueling new and easy ways to create and share video, much of it through social media platforms, it's easy to see why some view mobile as the final catalyst to launching a deluge of video and video watching. YouTube reports that mobile views account for 25% of the global watch time on that platform , and according to Unlocking the Power of Multimedia Content , a new ebook from PR Newswire, people used mobile devices to watch 10% of all online video during Q1 2013. The YouTube presence As the dominant video platform, YouTube is a likely starting point for enterprises and brands looking to expand their presences in video. According to Sendible's Social Media Comparison 2013 , YouTube is good for customer communication, brand exposure, and SEO, and is "okay" for generating traffic to a website. That places it on par with Google+ in all categories compared by Sendible, and equally as effective in brand exposure as Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn. YouTube is also just as effective for customer communication as Facebook, Google+, and Twitter, and is superior to Google+ and LinkedIn for bringing traffic to your site, although not as good at that as Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. The video 10 Things You Didn't Know About YouTube tells about its history and milestones. <br>visit http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/social-media-in-the-enterprise/rolling-video-into-social-media/





Quitting Social Media





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