quick summaries of posts on my other blogs ‘smbar’ and ‘let’s hear it for the droid’
remember when you learned about today’s news tonight or tomorrow? now news is showing up on the web and search results as soon as it happens. what’s next? meet the intention web.
the other week I noticed some roiling of the placid waters of social media love. some random blogger was “lifting content” from assorted web x.0 luminaries. when does sharing stop being social?
facebook gets a taste of its own medicine as popular photo-sharing site flickr adds tagging. guess they saw facebook “innovating” with a number of twitter features and figured good for the goose etc.
I love seeing live music. but now I find that I’m just not getting out the way I used to. that changed a bit in the last few weeks, thanks to social media.
customers have far more ability to research vendors and their offerings than in the past. moreover, the information that prospects are receiving is not static – it’s a dynamic, constantly growing pool including data from far more sources, especially peer input. what should marketers do to respond?
Your Google 10 is the top ten results that appear when someone does a Google search for your name. How do you go about ensuring you own all ten spots? Surprisingly, it’s not that hard. Here are some of the sites and profiles you’ll want to grab and pay attention to. via smallbiztrends.com
the case for stirring some personality into your (or your organization’s) social media recipe
based on a post completely unrelated to social media, I wax prolix on the kindness of strangers
mad men be damned. fans aren’t just for the rock stars and supermodels of the business world. great ideas still have the power to drive great brands and to make good brands great (with the fan base to match!)