As we were all getting back into the swing of things last week, we thought we’d brighten up your Tuesday with our first social media round up for 2012.
Some great insight into use and adoption by companies in different global markets.
Just in case your digital life needs a bit of a refresh in 2012.
Strict social media guidelines have been set out for the 70,000 Games Maker volunteers for this year’s Olympic games. To manage privacy levels, volunteers have been told not to mention any details about their role, location, athletes, celebrities or dignitaries.
The disadvantage of a flat screen TV, you can’t always see when someone’s trying to steal one. Nice viral for LG.
Could this be a way of finding those ‘real people’ to model the next campaign for Levi?
A quick summary of some startups to watch over the coming year.
An interesting look at how social media is revolutionising the customer service industry. Organisations need to ensure they have their customer service channels covered before they can even begin to look at using social media for brand development.
Finally, as we head over to Las Vegas for CES, here’s some information on a few of the technologies to be unveiled at the event.
Let us know any cool things you’ve seen which can top our selection, and we’ll be back with our usual Friday round up next week.