Posts Tagged social media
I work with market intelligence in a big fashion retail here, in Brazil. Telling, in synopsis, what I do is generate and manage information to analyse indicators of the business and with it help directors to make strategic decisions.
But, sometimes, we have so much information that we have to spend time in filtrate what is important or not to that kind of decision. Thinking about it, I thought that a lot of people in different areas may have the same problem. In general, almost everybody are “bombed” by information. So, I decided to share the indicators bellow about overload information:
Hi Guys! On last week, we saw Facebook launch Facebook Home, totally integrated to social media, with a first version to be used on Android platform. Different, cool and easy to be used.
Check the video of Facebook Home:
It shows how Facebook has been creating “innovations” like it and more, such as calling people by the social media, Instagram growth since they bought the app, etc. On the other way, there are rumors that Google will buy Whats app for US$1 billion… What do you think about it all?!
A good action of Scribe stationer’s, executed by Vida! and LaDobleVida agencies, is happening in Mexico City. During 10 days, Cecilia Beaven (illustrator) will stay in an outdoor, using messages and asks of Twitter as an inspiration to picture on the outdoor. By the hashtag #ScribeBillboard anyone can participate and help her to make art out-of-door.
Everybody can follow her work by connecting to the website with streaming a live. I really like it, because that’s a way of Scribe telling everyone to be creative with whatever paper you have. Isn’t it a cool idea involving social media + art!? What do you think about taking the chance and start creating?
Below, you can see the “day 6” and here where I found it.
I was owning a post about social medias, since I’m talking about too much things and “forgot” a about them. Another thing that I haven’t done yet and should have is a flash of the best moments in 2012. I’m sorry, I’m a little late but it’s worth to take a look on a infographic that guys of Mashable has launched in the beginning of 2013.
Now, it’s science! Understand how social media makes us crazy: