The team at Fanpage Karma recently analyzed over 60,000 active Facebook pages in a period of three months to see how and why growth rates differ. Differences can be found in terms of the type of page, the engagement rate and how large the fan page already is.
Four Seasons has done an exceptional job integrating social media into their website and general marketing, and constantly continues to expand its social media presence.
AEG Digital Media Group has selected SoCal Socialite as the new strategic social media agency partner for the 85th annual Academy Awards event on Sunday, February 24, 2013.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and technology can help you up your game. From gifts to the perfect meal, you can’t go wrong with a cell phone in your hand and a search bar at your thumb.
Swiss-based Treovi.com, the first truly 100% no commissions online hotel reservation system, has launched a new beta of its website.
ChowNow is an online ordering system for the foodservice industry that uses branded mobile and social media tools to expand restaurant’s capabilities.
The Honest Company was started to ensure that parents (or anyone for that matter!) could easily find non-toxic, eco-friendly products that are beautiful, affordable, and effective.
Cupcake Vineyards asked fans to suggest a dessert and a label name to serve as his next muse in creating a new wine blend, encouraging fans to participate in the Cupcake Vineyards Share Deliciously Contest.
Three Key Trends for Social Media in the Hospitality Industry in 2013.
Smashburger was born to carry the torch for the modern burger lover. Where “smash. sizzle. savor” means a dedication to creating the best-tasting “smashed-to-order” burger.
Gogobot is announcing that it will be teaming up with Travel + Leisure to bring its 2.5 million registered users a streaming feed of the publication’s best photos, reviews and destinations.
Total Wine & More is America‘s largest independent retailer of fine wine. They currently operate over 85 superstores across 14 states and are growing rapidly. The typical store carries more than 8,000 different wines from every wine-producing region in the world.