Tag Archives: Change

Communications Management And The Digital Age – Infographic

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This infographic talks about the ever-changing field of communications management. The digital age is responsible for changing the face of business as we know it forever, by allowing telecommuting, full-time social media managers, and extensive international relations to become normal realities.

Source: USC Annenberg

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Career Change: Every Skill And Experience is Transferable – Connect The Dots

PrintEver had the idea, need or felt the force of changing your career? Most people have, but can’t find the right time, and courage, to jump ship and make the switch to something different. Sad.

In today’s competitive job market we all have been told “be an expert in what you do” and don’t ruin your career with patchwork. Patchwork in the sense of doing too much or having worked to many different jobs and industries. The common opinion with companies, recruiters, HR and other folks involved in hiring is, you can’t be good in all of it. They claim they need experts. The result of such practices you can find in the quote below.

“A lot of people in our industry haven’t had very diverse experiences. So they don’t have enough dots to connect, and they end up with very linear solutions without a broad perspective on the problem. The broader one’s understanding of the human experience, the better design we will have”.
-Steve Jobs- Continue reading

Decade Of Change In Small Business – Infographic

Small Businesses went through a lot of changes and events over the past decade. Marketing and financial planning seemed to have changed the world and many businesses had to endure major struggles. Continue reading

Is Traditional Journalism Old News? – Infographic

This infographic looks at the changing face of journalism as it transitions from the traditional to the contemporary. Continue reading

The Changing Landscape Of Media: Social, Digital, Traditional – Infographic

How has usage of media shifted as the country becomes more technologically savvy and socially inclined? Continue reading

How Business Communications Has Changed – Infographic

One hundred and thirty-seven years ago yesterday, the first telephone call took place. Any guess as to who placed the call and what was said? (The answers are at the end of this post.) Continue reading

Change And Innovation In A Decade Of Wireless – Infographic

Had the U.S. wireless industry experienced the most innovation and change of any market over the last decade? Here are the numbers. You decide.

Source: Visual.ly

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Mobile Technology Is Changing World Travel – Infographic

Back in 1903 when the Wright Brothers first took flight in their first fixed winged aircraft, little could anyone have imagined what travel would become. Fast forward to 2012 and the internet has revolutionised travel – along with communication – with the birth of the smartphone. But just how much has this palm-held device influenced and changed our travelling habits? And just how far has travel–based mobile technology still got to go?

Are you an avid smartphone user abroad? Can’t imagine life without Facebook on the move? Don’t have a smartphone and not intending on caving in? We want to hear from you! Whether you are embracing the mobile travel revolution or just love travel, we want to know what is getting you talking. We’re also on the lookout for ideas for our next infographic special. Email hq.socialmedia@mydestination.com with any suggestions or tweet us @MyDestination using #TravAndTech.

Source: MyDestination.com

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Marketing, Social Media: 2013 Digital Tactics – Infographic

2013 brings about tremendous change in technology, and consumer behavior. Digital strategists and designers must understand the pros and cons of many new tactical decisions they’ll make, this year.

Source: Visual.ly

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What Is Your Experience With “The New Klout” Score After The Change?

Almost 3 weeks ago, Klout changed the way they measure influence on the Internet. Some features were dropped and some were added, so claims Klout. I personally have experienced a 5 point drop and close to no movement in the score since then, by increased activity and increased engagement of my audience. RT’s, mentions, likes, comments and other vital engagement measures that, according to Klout, are important to determine the score, went up while the Klout score shows no impact.

Especially over the past three days this became obvious. While engagement on all sites increased, the score was stuck at the same number. This morning, on day 4, it went down 0.04 points.

What is your experience with Klout since the change? What’s the real change?

Changing Business Model? – From Basement Podcast to Dating School