the hills are alive with content strategy lessons. do _you_ solve your problems like maria?
where does pinterest fit in the sales cycle? pinterest is a hawker, not a closer or crm device. an article I read this week casts doubt on the value of pinterest as a tool for retailers. I think they are looking through the wrong end of the funnel.
embedding links in youtube videos boosts engagement and clicks. will the same thing happen with thinglink’s links in images?
a lot of twitter users had already switched over. however, as of this week, the new twitter user profiles became the default for everyone. what does it mean for the average user?
updates to linkedin user profiles were announced in september. the waiting ended as linkedin pushed user profile updates to all users. improved recemmendations and media integration lead the list of positive changes.
I know you feel my pain. you want to feel good for your friend(s) – heck, you were moved enough to make a comment. but you’ve got stuff to do, and the honeymoon glow wears off quickly.
in the past week or so, youtube annotations have gone more wild than a catholic schoolgirl at a fraternity party. annotations in youtube have been around for a while. this month, however, youtube released a new feature set for partners that allows external annotation. That is, clicking a cute blouse or a gold-plated ipad in a video can now transport viewers directly to a page where they can buy the product.
twicca, a twitter client for android, is the best twitter client I’ve used. after a long awaited update, it now supports multiple users.
when you want to connect with someone, linkedin asks for some context. try to connect with a stranger too often on linkedin and the service at least asks for an email address as evidence of some connection. endorsements lack even that – there’s no “how do you know dennis is a widget making guru?’
podio is great for collaboration on small group projects. but is there still a version control issue, even with the integration of several big-name file sharing tools? here’s what seems like the best solution for the version control problem.