Social Media Week 2011: Social Media Monitoring + Facebook + Quora

It’s new but many of the basics are the same. Johnson King explains the latest popular social media tool, Quora, and how best to manage it. The Social Media Week session Social Media Monitoring + Facebook + Quora showed that there’s still limited understanding of the new kid on the social media block. Quora has… Continue reading

Social Media Week 2011: Social Media & Your Career – What You Need to Know

It adds a whole new layer to the job search. But whether or not you actually want a new job, developing a presence on the social Web will only benefit your career down the line. Here are a few ways to make sure your professional appearance on social media will help your career advance. Read… Continue reading

Social Media Week 2011: Facebook and Twitter for Business – It’s time to get personal

How should businesses go about monitoring their Twitter or Facebook pages? Johnson King Account Executive Matthew Tubbs and Senior Account Executive Dana Hashem weighs in on a Social Media Week 2011 panel that discussed how companies should approach a new feed. The Facebook and Twitter for businesses event at Social Media Week 2011 saw Mark… Continue reading

Social Media Week 2011: Top Tips for Social Media Listening Done Right

Yesterday, I attended Pay Attention! Social Media Listening Done Right event as part of New York’s Social Media Week. I was drawn to this event because lately, everyone seems to be drowning in a sea of information, whether it’s on Twitter, Facebook or in their email inbox. True to its promise, panelists offered advice and… Continue reading

Social Media Week 2011: From Silicon Roundabouts to a Silicon World

There’s many reasons and ways to use social media. In our latest installment on Social Media Week 2011, Johnson King Account Executive Rachel Phythian and Account Director Laura Mead discuss ways companies go about using social media. Social Media Week 2011: From Silicon Roundabouts to a Silicon World Technology companies, particularly internet-based ones, possess innate,… Continue reading

Social Media Week 2011: How Social Media Fueled the Success of Comedy Central’s Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear

Day two of NYC’s Social Media Week 2011 included a Comedy Central panel discussing how social media played a pivotal role in organizing, promoting and as a result, the success of Comedy Central’s Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear event. After Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert announced on-air on September 17, 2010 that the rally would… Continue reading

Social Media Week 2011: 10 Ways to Suck at Social Media

There’s always a downside, and that’s the case with social media. Johnson King Account Executives Ginnia Cheng and Hannah Townsend talk about the bad moves companies make on the social web. We attended a fun Social Media Week session last night called 10 Ways to Suck at Social Media, which had the giggle-inducing hashtag of… Continue reading

Social Media Week: Social Commerce Has Arrived

Since the creation of social media platforms, like Facebook, businesses have asked “how do we make money off of this?” Now, there’s proof that the money can flow with unique campaigns, harnessing the network to impact direct sales. It took a couple of years, but Social Media Week 2011 shows that social commerce has arrived…. Continue reading

Social Media Week 2011: How to Write for Social Media

Our next installment in the Social Media Week series, comes from Jonathan Mathias, Account Manager at Johnson King. Just how do you create quality content on social media channels? Yesterday afternoon, I went to a very interesting Social Media Week session called ‘Sweet Retweets.’  In it, Sue Keogh and Christine Cawthorne, parted with sage advice… Continue reading

Social Media Week: Protecting Reputation in a Digital World

Our next post on Social Media Week comes from Johnson King account director Laura Mead. How does your company handle PR crisis in a social world? Johnson King kicked off Social Media Week in London today, attending a session on how to protect reputation in a digital world.  Though much of what the session addressed… Continue reading