Top 7 Social Media Trends That Will Dominate 2014


Not sure if anyone has seen or posted this yet, but I thought it brought up a few shocking points:

The author if this Forbes article gives his predictions about which social media sites will survive and which will fall.

The first shocker was the prediction the Google+, the joke of social media will be become a “major factor”. Also, he predicts that “Myspace, love it or hate it, will grow.”

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3 Responses to Top 7 Social Media Trends That Will Dominate 2014

  1. anoymer says:

    I agree with most of the article and the ideas of image and video sharing becoming increasingly more popular. However I do think it is going to take more than an iPhone app and private messaging to revive MySpace.

  2. hacammer says:

    While it is currently the laughing stock of social media, I agree that Google+ will ultimately become a very prominent platform; partly because I am a Google evangelist and and partly because I agree with their strategy. While slightly annoying, Google places high value on Google+ profiles when it comes to SEO and local discovery. This makes Google+ a necessity for all businesses, however, the main issue is getting people to use the service for social use.

    Google’s main goal is getting people on their services and then making money through advertising. They are very good at seamlessly linking together all of their services and are slowly integrating Google+ into their other more popular services such as chrome, gmail, and drive.

  3. alexandrapcohen says:

    I found this article to be extremely interesting as well, especially the first trend, “Investment in Social Media Will Become a Necessity, Not a Luxury.” As social media continues to rise, companies will need to adjust their marketing strategies to prosper and compete with other companies in the industry. In addition, social media has become such an integral part of a company’s brand awareness and expanding a company’s consumer base. Social media allows consumers to not only engage with the company, but also spread the word.

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