There are some people who will not change. They won’t change because they’re themselves the same, even though each one of them is a different person. These people are known as the Venturessains. And like all other types of people, Venturesses have their humors, and those aren’t too far from being out of control at times. But this isn’t the whole Venturessain spectrum. There are others that are on the other side of the aisle, willing to go against their instincts in service of a greater good. This is where our collaboration comes in, and what we’re doing today is nothing short of phenomenal. Let’s take a look at how it all started: •••
In the early 2000’s, the Internet was nothing but a slowly emerging beast. With social media beginning to take off and with the inevitable rise of YouTube, everyone from celebrities to executives was online, to some extent, almost daily. The number of online interactions per person was already very high, and with the advent of the Internet, it only grew more ridiculous. Parents were worried about their kids getting online, but the danger of doing so was just as important. As the internet grew in popularity, so did the number of people looking to share and receive information. People were looking to form groups on the platform, and soon, communities were formed. It was at this point that startups and companies started to make an attempt to create communities for the many. These included social media platforms, communities for sports teams, and news groups. These platforms were all very much intended to be places to share information, information that had been carefully selected and created to be as inclusive as possible. There was no one to pick vs. choose sides with. There was only community, and the people who formed communities with other people were the ones who would ultimately go on to form stronger & more lasting social networks.
The idea for VantageFire wasn’t new. It was an old one, almost. Back in the day, when social media was just a concept, and everyone knew it was soon to become a thing, the idea for a site dedicated to showcasing the talent and performing the duties of social media was nothing less than quaint. But with the advent of the internet and the rapid spread of social media, the concept of showcasing social media through a website has been put to the test. What came to fruition is what many have predicted; it was massive. The sites that have grown up around social media are massive, with millions of followers and islands of content. Social media sites have become one of the pillars of modern life, serving as a primary source of information for the average person. And now, with everything from pop culture to the latest news being shared seemingly instantaneously on the internet, it’s even more important for social media sites to be there to showcase the diversity of the platforms. This is where the collaboration between VantageFire and Facebook come into play. Facebook’s platform allows users to create and share “ timelines,” which are the digital equivalent of Instagram images, videos, and text. In order to promote VantageFire, Facebook used the timelines to showcase their community, and in turn, VantageFire’s communities acted as a marketplace for that content. A marketplace that supported the growth of new businesses.
Why This Matters
To put it simply; the Google+ community is the most amazing thing to happen in social media. It allowed people to create and share communities, to collaborate and build stronger networks, and to inspire each other. Google+ is also the most valuable social platform in the world without a doubt. Without Google+ and Facebook, the internet would remain a very lonely place. Facebook and Google+ have empowered the average user to create and share communities, and to connect with other like-minded individuals. Facebook has also empowered the individual, allowing them to create and share pages and timelines that feature the same content and ideas shared by their users. As a result, the Facebook platform has become even more important to social media, as individuals are able to easily create and share communities with similar sentiments. This is why the collaboration between Facebook and VantageFire is so important. It gives the platform the tools to create advanced content, allows for community-building and gives the public a reliable source of information. It is one of the most significant social media platforms of all, and it needs the collaboration of its peers to thrive.
How It’s Working
To get started, we set up a brand-new website. Name it after the film Jurassic Park – Jurassic World Park. We knew the site would have to be mobile-friendly, and we also needed it to be SEO optimized. Unfortunately, SEO isn’t something we are great at, so we hired a company to do our SEO. We were also very hesitant to hire someone who had absolutely no experience in social media marketing. But once he was hired, we were surprised how quickly he helped us scale up our efforts, from zero to one million followers. We were so impressed that we kept hiring him, and it’s only been getting better – one of the most successful partnerships of all time. Finally, it’s been about three months since we’ve released our first post and our first video, showcasing the launch of our platform. Vantagefire and Facebook continue to be at the center of social media. Vantagefire is representing the diversity and inclusion of the platforms, while Facebook is displaying the diversity and success of its communities.
A Look At The Data
As we’ve mentioned before, the collaboration between VantageFire and Facebook is another major factor behind the success of the platform. It allows the public a reliable source of information, and it shows. We’ve seen incredible growth this year, and it feels like the world has followed suit. Facebook has seen a massive jump in engagement and approval ratings, while Twitter has seen a massive increase in engagement and engagement with friends and followers. VantageFire is showing the world that you can create community-building, interaction-inducing content that can grow and survive on the platform. We’ve also seen a huge increase in engagement and retention rates for our posts, which is great news for business owners and marketers looking to increase their reach. One last thing we love is that VantageFire is showing up in more countries and regions than ever before. We’re seeing more and more people turning onto social media platforms from different cultures and backgrounds. This is huge for trends and generalizing the world, as everyone can see from their own social feed that they are from any culture or location.
The collaboration between VantageFire and Facebook is nothing short of amazing. To top that, the relationship between the platforms has extended to developing business incentives, including partnerships and partnerships with premium lifestyle brands. Social media is an amazing way to bring people together, but it’s important to remember that it’s an evolving and turbulent landscape. There are still risks and challenges. We promise to do our best to help these platforms survive and thrive in this exciting new world of social media and business opportunities.