Blogs Archives: October 2014

YouTube: The Untapped Opportunity

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
October 31, 2014

by Emily Key When businesses and everyday people alike think about social media outlets, their minds automatically jump to the big three: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Companies are constantly thinking about how to integrate these social media platforms into their campaigns, and media consumers are lapping up their content faster than the companies can produce

Making the most out of LinkedIn for Students

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
October 31, 2014

by Meghan Rimol More than ever, recruiters and employers are looking to social media during the hiring process, both to find potential job candidates and evaluate those who have applied. In particular, LinkedIn has quickly become one of the most highly utilized social media sites for employers to research candidates for jobs and internships. With

Pinterest as a Platform for Social Commerce

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
October 31, 2014

By Rachael Calmas For years public relations campaigns and marketing campaigns have devoted almost entirely all of their social media efforts to Facebook and Twitter. For major companies using both Facebook and Twitter is not only beneficial for their ability to have direct contact with consumers, but also for the capabilities of both platforms to

W2O Group PreCommerce Summit Speaker Highlights 2

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
October 30, 2014

It’s April, and the internship frenzy is at its peak. Students here at Syracuse and at schools all across the country are frantically writing cover letters and sending out resumes in pursuit of summer employment. With so much competition from countless ambitious collegians, it’s difficult for students to stand out from their peers in the

W2O Group PreCommerce Summit Speaker Highlights

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
October 30, 2014

We’ve arrived in Austin, TX! The city is buzzing with visitors and locals excited for SXSW. Our first adventure here was attending W2O’s Preconference Summit, which included a stellar lineup of speakers and guest panel sessions. We’ve put together a brief recap of our favorite presentations.

Crucial Skills for Interns and Young Professionals

Posted by Center for Social Commerce
October 29, 2014

t’s April, and the internship frenzy is at its peak. Students here at Syracuse and at schools all across the country are frantically writing cover letters and sending out resumes in pursuit of summer employment. With so much competition from countless ambitious collegians, it’s difficult for students