Tag: social media

Social Media and Leadership: The 2012 Presidential Race [Infographic]

Social media has come a long way in the past few years. From photo sharing to meme generation and proliferation, to “poking” and writing in 140 characters or less, it seems as though everyone is now involved across countless social media platforms. And, as a means for garnering influence and support, especially politically, social media has more than come into its own. Many politicians now consider social media and well-organized internet communities as invaluable mechanisms in both their fundraising and message disseminating machines.

We’ve put together an infographic just in time for Super Tuesday to look at both the general influence of social media and notable social media events during the Republican primary election. Then we take a look at the four remaining Republican candidates stack up against the formidable social media prowess of President Obama.

Social Media and Leadership The 2012 Presidential Race Infographic

Source   http://www.howtomba.com/

Converging Devices, Connecting Lives [Infographic]

As we saw at our recent #ShiftNYC event, the unprecedented amount of information, connectivity, energy and creativity taking place is redefining how we interact in our personal and professional lives. Our home and work lives are converging as technologies, tools and trends have shifted the way we live and work — we’re experiencing a #shift to ONE LIFE. The changing workforce dynamic is in a continual state of evolution. To help bring this idea to life, we developed the following infographic to highlight this pivotal point in history.

Converging Devices Connecting Lives Infographic

Source   http://shift.pgi.com/

The Colleges That Rule the Web [Infographic]

You’ve probably noticed your school becoming more active on the web and in social media over the last few years. There’s a reason for that; they’re competing ruthlessly with other colleges for web superiority to win students’ hearts and minds (and money).

The Colleges That Rule the Web infographic

Source  http://www.hackcollege.com/