Tag Archives: WordPress

Social Media Metrics can be used to benefit virtually any business, but are even more beneficial for small businesses and those in the early stages of growth and establishing themselves. Metrics help to illustrate and clarify which aspects of the business are gathering the best response and most traffic over various social media platforms. This allows marketers to select and focus more attention on the platforms that are getting the best response rate, to keep doing what’s working, and to improve upon what’s not.

The Software Supply Chain: Conquered by Slack

michaelaris   February 22, 2015
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Organization Name: Slack Name of Contacts: Stewart Butterfield, Founder, Slack – @stewart Industry: Enterprise Social Networking Web references: Slack – @slackhq  FooPlugins – @FooPlugins Company Overview: Slack is a team communication tool created in 2013 by the co-founder of Flickr, Scott Butterfield. After he left Flickr/Yahoo in 2008, he co-founded an online game company, Tiny Speck. During their developments they found themselves… Read more »

Crowdsourcing a Student WordPress Resources Section

Debra L. Beck   February 16, 2015
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Organization name: University of Waterloo, Center for Extended Learning Industry: Education, Professional Development Name of contact: Peter Carr, PhD, Programme Director, Social Media for Business Performance Web references: Social Media for Business Performance Using Crowdsourcing to Develop a Student Resources Application WordPress is a relatively easy program to use. However, for novice users who are not widely computer experienced, and… Read more »