Monday, October 16, 2017

Introducing Fama @famahire

I love companies that are all about solving problems. 

I tell my college students every year that if there's one thing I want them to get out of my classes it's to be able to solve their own problems.

  • If my students don't have the money to buy a canvas or illustration board to paint on, then cut down cardboard to work on. 
  • If a certain art technique isn't working how they'd like, figure out how to make it pan out. 
  • Dive into coming up with an idea, and make that idea transform into a concept. An idea is just the spark of something. A concept is when an idea is executed through the technique, and medium chosen.  
Fama gives online identity analysis. They provide solutions to some of the toughest problems. They turn online identity data into actionable insight. 

Employers can gain information about individuals, and their online presence.

It is hard coming up with a name that is unique, and fits a person. When I first started blogging I used the name Planet of the Apels. It was already in use, and I didn't even realize this. It's hard to think, and find something different. When I changed the name of my site I wanted something that tied the two together. I kept my name in there. It may be considered risky, but I wanted something that spoke for my family. An Apel a Day we became.

One of the hardest things about manual social media screening is finding the right profile. Fama helps with that.

Having a presence is much more than a name.

  • It's behavior
  • It's how things appear
  • It's who you want to market
Fama works to develop these customized elements internally.

Data is important, but what if you could take collecting data further? Fama has a team that is capable of gathering comparative analytics. Making things consistent throughout your site, and social media is important. It builds a framework, so people know what company or who to trust.  

Fama gives you a Social Media Background Check. Go check them out!

It's always good to look over resources. Fama has many!
  • Legal Book - Lawyers weigh in on the legal aspects of social media screening.
  • YouTube - Watch videos with experts on business and social media use.
  • Case Studies - Examples that have worked in the past really helps to understand what you're about to get into. 
  • Twitter - Innovative knowledge about social media, and where it's going.
Do you like social media? What's your favorite platform? I find myself on facebook the most.

Disclaimer: Fama helped to sponsor this post. They did not influence me to write this post. This post was written by me. I only review things I think my family, friends, or readers would be interested in.


Theresa Mahoney said...

I do like social media to an extent. I am not a huge fan of Facebook and wish it would die a slow death, but I do like Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter. I know Snapchat tends to be all the rage these days, but I just can't figure it out. Guess I wouldn't make a good millennial lol

An Apel a Day said...

Theresa I haven't even used snap chat, but my students use it all the time.

Ai Sakura said...

I find myself using FB and IG the most.. was on snapchat for a while then I kind of got bored of it, especially since it hasn't caught on much with my friends in Singapore so not that much fun. However, I haven't been online as much as I used to in the past.. busy plus I dunno, sometimes when I get online I just feel so overwhelmed.

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

I do enjoy social media whenever I have time! That's the problem ).. I really have to prioritize. FB, IG, Path and Snapchat are my fave


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