there’s some good advice out there on how to use social media tools, and there’s some that leave you shaking your head. herein some corrective surgery on a linkedin tip I read today.
twitter is not inherently credible, but it enables interaction that leads to credibility. a conversation does not confer good faith by its existence. it is the first step toward a relationship. linkedin, on the other hand, presumes relationships between connections. the linkedin connection does (or should) confer good faith from the moment the invitation is accepted.
since last fall, linkedin has introduced several changes to how users see and work with the site. I go through the changes and explain why they matter.
the buzz keeps getting louder. web 2.0 is not only making the world a smaller place – it is making it easier to find out about and interact with people and businesses in your own backyard. here’s some of the smart phone applications that are making it happen.
you know it had to happen. back in december, a national retailer introduced an offer exclusively to fans on its facebook page. how is this different from what foursquare is doing? it’s not about where you are anymore.
google saves the day with places directory, a google labs app that uses geo location and user recommendations to create a great user experience. and in this case, delicious!