Whether you’re a global translation agency, or simply trying to keep up with old friends, it’s hard to avoid social media! According to Lingo24 Operations Director Jack Waley-Cohen, not being on Facebook or Twitter is a bit like owning up to having no email address ten years ago. And more and more companies are realising the benefits of social media marketing.
“A hashtag, a hashtag, my kingdom for a hashtag!”
Okay, so we might be making that quote up, but we’re sure if Twitter had been around in Shakespearean times, Richard III may just have uttered that phrase. And particularly if he wanted to get his Tweets seen by the right people.
Mmmm, it’s hashtag time again! (If you missed the last two hashtag posts, there was one for the translation industry and another for digital marketers.)
In the next of our mini-series on Twitter hashtags, we’re taking a look at popular hashtags for the digital marketing industry.
It seems people are getting bored of virtually poking each other, as Facebook user numbers in the US and the UK fell last month.
British businesses are lagging behind on social media, research shows, at a time when social presence is becoming increasingly important.