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Can We Talk . . .?

Making Waves, the monthly newsletter for Norfolk State University faculty, staff, alumni and friends, has been published online for nearly a year. In that time, our staff has worked consistently and diligently to bring you timely stories that resonate with people who have a heart for Norfolk State. 207 more words

Cons of Social "Buy Button" and tip to overcome them

Rewind a decade, the evolution of social media channel made it easy for people to stay in touch with friends and family anytime, from anywhere. All they needed was a device that allowed internet connectivity. 1,039 more words

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Design in Motion

Across all of our recent brainstorming sessions, the same thing seems to come up: Videos receive more engagement than any other type of content. This is so true — anytime I log in to Facebook, my feed is populated with mostly videos autoplaying as I scroll through, making watching effortless. 293 more words

Followers Are People, Too: Interacting with Humans, Not Data

In the endless search for more follows, likes, comments and shares, it’s easy to forget what social media truly fosters and why we use it: human interactions. 441 more words

Social Media Marketing

Charles Barkley Must Really Detest Twitter Because He Supposedly Turned Down $3 Million To Sign Up

If you think you hate social media more than anyone, please consider what Charles Barkley said about Twitter and Instagram on the Dan Le Batard Show on Tuesday. 195 more words


The new power of doing business

Ownership of personal mobile devices, such as smart phones and tablets has exceeded the world’s population in recent years and is expected to change the way that consumers interact with business. 347 more words

Social Media Marketing

Using Social Media for Customer Service

Social media presents a cost effective opportunity to be used as a customer service tool. Neglecting to take advantage of this opportunity can leave you behind clever competitors. 333 more words

Social Media Marketing