Social Media

Socially Communicable

Forget about coffee – social media is kick-starting the days of more and more people. Of those using SM, half say they check in with Twitter and Facebook first thing in the morning, 18% before even leaving bed if they’re age 25 or younger. And regardless of age, 28% of iPhone users say they log in before getting up. The study of more than 1,000 Americans, conducted by Retrevo and cited on Social Media Today (3/21/10), also found that:
  • More than half (56%) of social media users say they check Facebook at least once a day -- 12% every couple of hours
  • Almost half (48%) check in bed
  • A third (32%) say meal interruption is no problem -- and 7% said they would even check out a message during an intimate moment
… An intimate moment? Really? How do you handle that?  Excuse me, my Sweet, I’m getting a tweet on what Ashton and Demi are having to eat! Says Hello has hereby joined the worldwide web. Yes, it’s April 1, and no, it’s not a joke. Not intentionally anyway. Still, it’s always nice to have a hook to hang your news on. So here are some other reasons why today makes sense for the launch. For one thing, it’s the first day of the year (on the Julian calendar, but still…). And honoring the Last Supper, it’s Maundy Thursday, “maundy” being an old English term involving the washing of other people’s feet. We’re all for hygiene, but that’s really not a service we can provide. So we’re going to stick to what we do best: professional writing and communications. And we’ll just go with the season as our reason for today’s debut -- springtime, birth and rebirth, darkness yielding to light. A little over the top maybe, but memorable. So here we go. Join us as we blog on topics that strike us as noteworthy from a writing, marketing, or communications perspective. You’ll be in good company. And feel free to tug on our electronic sleeve anytime if you need what we provide unlike anyone else: professional writing and communication services. (c) 2010 PubArts, All Rights Reserved
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