Social Media Hub

Complexity

In earlier times it was so  clear and easy: You got a print publicationn or a letter with the latest news from a Statistical Agency.

Then came the Web and you switched more and more over to this information source. With links, bookmarks, RSS feeds.

And the came Social Media and you had to monitor more and more information sources. With the risk to be definitively  lost in Social media and information offers.

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Help is around the Corner: Social media Hub

The example of IMF shows how Agencies are helping their customers to be always on top of their information and not to loose any information published in one of these multiple social media channels. The Social Media Hub! And it’s the good old Web giving you this overview!

2014-08-25_IMFSMHubIMF SM Hub presents 8 social media with direct view in a window and links to some more media:

  1. Twitter
  2. Facebook
  3. Google+
  4. IMF Blogs
  5. Weibo
  6. YouTube
  7. Flickr
  8. Podcasts
  9. LinkedIn
  10. IMF Apps and
  11. IMF RSS Feeds

Media Hub

But what’s with the other resources? I am waiting for the Media Hub bringing all possible channels together (like Web, publications …). Will I get it from my postman?

 

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