You'd have to have your head deep in the sand not to have noticed that major social networks are getting ready for (or have already started on) an evolution to marketplace, launching or acquiring various revenue inducers and / or marketplace tools. A classified or marketplace publication or group that ignores this trend does so at its own peril.
Here is a sampling of the important moves F
While social media is often thought of us a long-tail search for passive candidates, the following job post dramatically showcases the ability of social services such as Instagram and Twitter to quickly lure active candidates as well.
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Today is the last of the two-day Goldman Sachs annual Private Internet Company Conference, a hush-hush invitation-only event for firms that might well be headed for IPOs, mergers or acquisitions. Speakers this year include Chad Dickerson, CEO at
Instagram, a photo content site somewhat ill prepared to become a marketplace, has no terms of service with regard to sale or purchase of items on its site. So, of the millions of items offered #forsale on Instagram.com, and <a href="https://aimgroup.com/2013/10/23/hashbag-launch
The new Hashb.ag is a mobile service founded by designer Mike Bodge, which lets consumers take and make digital payments for any of the two million items listed for sale on Instagram.
(We even found one photo that was simply a screenshot of a Craigslist listing.) It has no affiliation with Instagram, an