Social Media Trends Are Shifting To Networks That Add Real Life Value | TMMC |

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Recent social media trends are showing that social networks that add value
in terms of real life activity and social interaction are becoming
increasingly popular according to Punch Communications, a PR agency with a client list stretching to all corners of the globe.

The recent popularity of social networks such as Foursquare and Qype show that many users enjoy participating in communities that result in them having new experiences in real life, for example visiting new bars or
restaurants.

Foursquare allows its users to let everyone else know what their favourite
activities are in the major cities of the USA and now London, including the
ability to become the virtual Mayor of a personal favourite venue if it is
checked into by them often enough. Some venues are even offering prizes to the users who check in most frequently using the application. Users are
also notified of a recommendation whenever they get near to a venue
frequented by one of their contacts.

Social networks like Dopplr are popular due to their ability to map
people’s social and geographical movements. Dopplr allows its users to
log a planned trip, notifying them if their destinations co-inside with any
of their contacts – a useful meet-up tool. Users can also get information
on any new destinations that they haven’t visited before from their
respective communities.

Note from The Funky Agency – Not sure which social networks to use or how to leverage your or your clients’ brand awareness on social networks? We can help you keep updated and in the mix in social networks of any type and size, as well as keeping your blogs up to date and increasing your online profile. Email us now for a free consultation on how we can help you – [email protected][1][2]

References

  1. ^ Social Media Marketing Agency (www.thefunkyagency.com)
  2. ^ [email protected] (www.themediamarketingco.com)

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