Posted August 23, 2018 05:03:38 The rise of social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter has brought a wave of social engagement and engagement to the workplace.
In fact, the rise of these platforms is already having an effect on the way we work and live our lives.
Nowhere is this more apparent than at the heart of social networking.
We’re now so accustomed to being in the limelight that we often forget that social media is part of our daily lives.
And it’s changing the way our workplaces work, too.
But how is this impact affecting us?
And how can we better understand how our employers are using social media to reach their customers?
The following is a guest post by social media and collaboration expert and author, Daniel Zelman.
Daniel is the founder of Zelman Consulting, where he helps organisations achieve their social media goals.
He has been involved in social media for more than 30 years, including leading the UK-based consultancy team that developed Facebook’s ‘My Account’ service.
Read more from Daniel here.
Daniel Zelman is an author, lecturer, consultant and speaker on social media, collaboration and leadership.
He teaches at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Edinburgh, and has published on the social and digital media industries. His book, Social Media: What’s the Deal?
(Simon & Schuster) was published in June 2018.
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