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Photos and Videos Drive More Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC]

Photos and Videos Drive More Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC]

According to a new infographic from global communications company M Booth and media measurement and analytics company Simply Measured, visual content is not only compelling to your buyers, but they are driving engagement.

August 22, 2012 1 comment Read More
A year from today, I started my journey…

A year from today, I started my journey…

Before I begin reminiscing about my very humbling first year since graduation, I want to apologize for neglecting my blog As many of you know, I’m actively blogging on OrgSync’s Blog (as one of my many roles) and haven’t been able to allocate enough time to komailmithani.com Moving forward, a year ago today, I started my journey in the real world

September 3, 2011 0 comments Read More
10 Ways to Optimize your Linkedin Profile

10 Ways to Optimize your Linkedin Profile

Here are some basic enhancements I picked up in order to get the most out of my Linkedin profile and make it more appealing for those wanting to connect and reach out to me. 1 10 HOW TO: Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile (mashable.com) How to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile (e1evation.com)

December 21, 2010 2 comments Read More
My social map and tips to create yours

My social map and tips to create yours

As more and more technology start-ups begin developing around the sphere of social media, we as social consumers tend to get overwhelmed with all they offer Many of us get carried away and begin to lose track of which social network, social sharing or social media tool we signed up for

December 5, 2010 2 comments Read More
Facebook blocks content, so why aren’t you upset?

Facebook blocks content, so why aren’t you upset?

I can understand Facebook’s concern about protecting their brand and identity, however I’m disheartened by their quick and careless move to completely ban any user from sharing, posting or even liking anything linked to Lambook.com Facebook warrants their actions on Lamebook’s desire to piggy back off their name, but if you think about it, any social consumer knows the difference between Facebook and a satire

November 24, 2010 2 comments Read More