In this episode of the UnPodcast, we discuss people who have used social media in innovative, if not terrible, ways: 50 Cent mocks the disabled, SnapChat accidentally encourages speeding, roommate torture that costs pennies a day, and, finally, which social media platform is the next big thing.
In this episode of the UnPodcast, the business show for the fed up, we look at some examples – DeVry University is being sued; The Wall Street Journal wants to charge for content, but doesn’t want to take the money; some publishers would rather pay you to read than create and produce good content; Facebook is bringing us Instant Articles – that show how the world of content creation is changing.
In this episode of the UnPodcast, we talk about the idea of New Year’s Resolutions and how they should be M.A.C.E.’d; what United Airlines is changing in 2016; How to not worry about social media comparisons this year; and the best Santa story of 2015.
In this episode of the UnPodcast, we dive back into the dirty world of PR and marketing misfires; Sony’s not-waterproof waterproof camera; Coal’s Amazing PR Fail; Why Advertising Execs are worse than lawyers; and VW’s irreparable brand.
On this episode of the UnPodcast, we discussed the ins and outs of Facebook, including different uses for pages and profiles. We also discussed issues people have with their personal Facebook profiles, as well as some of the concerns that people have when it comes to Facebook Pages not getting much traction, and what to do about it if that’s happened to you.
Bad content doesn’t go anywhere and bad ads, even if they’re paid for don’t go as far as good ads.
In this episode of the UnPodcast we talk about how you’re always representing your business or the company you work for, even when posting on your personal social media accounts. Because of this, if you wouldn’t sit down in your office and shout what you’re about to post online, you shouldn’t do it.
We also discussed the fact that it no longer takes a newspaper to get the word out, and that the best way to avoid hiring people who do stupid things on social media is to check their social media profiles before hiring them. Continue reading