The year is almost done — and looking back, it’s easy to say that “social media” had a colossal year.
Pinterest grew up to become No. 3 in terms of traffic. Facebook finally learned to monetize itself. Twitter’s ateempt to look more like Facebook actually worked. People now use the Internet for social media more than for shopping, gossip, or even porn.
However, 2014 was also a year for learning. There were lots of winners and losers (who will be making an appearance in the PRNewserverse very soon), and we can use to their experiences to come up with five best practice principles. This week’s #5Things does the homework for you and dives into lessons learned.
Here are the 5 bestest practices learned from social media in 2014.