Welcome to Mansfield Communications’ Web Worthy Wednesdays! In this feature, we compile links suggested by our staff into a list of the top five most interesting and thought-provoking (in our opinions, of course) articles found this past week on the web. Enjoy!
In no particular order:
One Reason Your Posts Aren’t Getting Any Comments
Do you tell your readers, or share with them? Read this to find out, and be sure you aren’t making this mistake on your own blog!
The @facebook Email Switch: Another Nudge Toward a Facebook Communications System
Those sneaky folks at Facebook are at it again, this time they’re toying with your email settings. Find out what it means, and why you should know.
Ford’s CTO Drives New Silicon Valley Office Opening (Video)
Ford Motor Company has been kicking ass in the social media scene for at least a couple of years now, with some major campaign “wins” to show for it. The company has also been a leader in bringing advanced technology to consumer vehicles – this move is the next logical step for them, we think. Learn more about the direction Ford is headed from this article.
CBS Issues Fake (and Totally Awesome) News Release
When CBS lost a court battle last week that would have prevented ABC from airing their new show, The Glass House (which CBS felt was a little too similar to Big Brother), they decided this was the perfect time to announce their new reality show, Dancing on the Stars!
How People Communicate on Instagram
This article argues that Instagram users, sharing little more than their name and number of posted photos, feel more anonymous, and in turn, feel less social pressure than they do on Facebook, which makes it easier to start conversations. And some just let their photos speak for themselves.
Did you read an article recently that you think is a must-read? Share it with us in the comments!