At this moment in time you are unable to target your organic tweets to a specific demographic (promoted tweets are a separate matter). So when it comes to obstacles such as targeting multiple languages in Twitter, it’s recommended to divide them into individual language based profiles rather than try and reach multiple languages with one single profile.
So LinkedIn’s latest feature is the ability to endorse your connections with one simple click of a button. It appears that the days of taking the time to construct a well thought out, deep and meaningful recommendation are beginning to fade away.
When a connection next views your profile they will be faced with a window at the top of the page asking them to endorse you. The skills that your connections will be able to endorse you for are those listed under the “Skills & Expertise” section of your profile.
Take a look at their SlideShare presentation to understand how it fully works:
I’ve recently witnessed a brand on Facebook who is responding to their customers who ask questions about their product range with nothing more than; “Our website is www.domain.com, look for it on there“.
Here it is in a nutshell; Mike Hall, Michael Carden-Edwards and I are having a friendly competition to see who can achieve top spot for the phrase ‘Superstar Office DJ’ by 22nd July.
LinkedIn have launched a new feature which enables company pages to target specific user types with the content they are sharing in status updates. The targeting is based on criteria such as the size of a follower’s company, industry, geographical location, and finally their function and seniority within the company.