Just before I post a 2 part piece on Byron Sharp’s “brand that grow” marketing opus, here is a link he added on his blog to a facebook “fan” survey which shows that engagement rates are extrelmely small; a conclusion I’ve already made a number of times, underlying the “cyberbabble” effect on facebook.
Dephine Rémy-Boutang’s blog post on comparing influence on online purchases by Facebook and Twitter, in which Twitter is said to be more influential than Facebook. Delphine’s posts refers to The Summer 2011 Online Shopper Intelligence™report was put together by Kanta Media from a survey of 2,574 online purchasers between July 14 and August 8, 2011.
“Diaspora isn’t about killing Facebook or Google+”, the people behind the new social media project claim on their newly opened wall, “it’s about reinventing the social web”. I was very lucky to be granted access to Diaspora, in alpha version, thanks to an invite sent by our fellow Like Minds Alumnus James Barisic. At first sight, Diaspora looks very much like Google+ with its “your aspects” links on the left-hand side, which link to Friends, Family, Work relations and acquaintances.
ShareTweetShareHere it is, Hootsuite will cease to be a free application. Here is the e-mail I received today and here is the price structure. There are pro and basic accounts, … Read More
ShareTweetShareDiscovery Channel were the 3rd presenters in track1 of Blogwell on November 9 in Philadelphia with Amber Harris and Gayle Weiswasser delivering the presentation. Shark week is one of the … Read More
ShareTweetShareCarlos Jordan de Urries (left) and Chrystele Bazin (below), senior consultants at Sofrecom (a France Telecom Company) have updated us on the status of Social Media in emerging markets last … Read More