If you’re casually perusing this week’s digital news as part of your leisurely Friday afternoon, think of us – the team at 360PR. Because as you’re glued to your chair, impatiently waiting for 5 o’ clock to roll around, we’re doing anything but sitting still. Or are we? Today marks 360PR’s annual summer outing. The day’s events have been shrouded in mystery, with only an elite few in on the knowledge of what (predictably crazy) team building activities we’re slated to participate in. We were told to wear comfortable shoes and sunscreen, should we feel inclined. But exactly where we’re going and what we’re doing? Your guess is as good as mine.
So this week, I’m dedicating our digital news stories to group-togetherness. As the old saying goes, “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.” Check back next week for a full recap of today’s adventure – complete with photos of the 360PR staff doing, well, I have absolutely no idea what.
Mashable “Why Teens Don’t Tweet” – You might find it surprising to learn that the majority of the Twittersphere is composed of people between 45 and 54-years-old. Teens, who we typically think of as being tech-savvy and on the brink of new technology aren’t tweeting at nearly the rate their parents and even grandparents, are. Why aren’t teens tweeting? According to Nielsen, they’re too occupied with managing a frantic stream of friend requests and scoping out music on Myspace.
WebWorkerDaily “32 Ways to Use Facebook for Business” – Last week, I touched on the relationship between small businesses and Twitter. But what about the big dogs? This piece educates businesses of all sizes on Facebook best practices.
Mashable “Top 15 Social Media Resources for Foodies” – Foodies unite! Whether you enjoy cooking, party-planning, grocery shopping, or just plain chowing down, Mashable has pulled together the best online resources for foodies, all in one place. Make sure to catch part 2 of this piece here.