Monthly Archives: November 2009

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Car Dealer Branding and Reputation Management

This is Part II of an interview with Richard Valenta, CEO of TK Carsites, an automotive internet marketing firm. You should read Part I: Social Media for Car Dealers first. “The simple fact is companies no longer control their brand. People control their brand.” There’s

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Corporate Social Media is Here (finally)

Despite recent indications that large corporations are not understanding social media sites such as Twitter, it’s clear that there are some that are finally getting it. A recent benchmarking study by Business.com followed up by a post by friend and cohort Joe Turner demonstrates how

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Tom from MySpace vs Facebook

This video from Social Blade Theater is a quite hilarious. As a fictional depiction of Tom Anderson from MySpace joining and trying out Facebook, this video takes an offbeat look at the competition between social media giants. * * * See more funny social media

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Mortified in Real-Time (Comic)

I was browsing the genius of “Noise to Signal” today and came across a comic that broke down everything new social web users fear. That pretty much sums up Web 2.0 fears, both for individuals as well as business. * * * Find more interesting

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Digg Trends Beta: So Far, Not Bad

Digg normally rolls out new features poorly. The debacle that was the “new and improved” dupe detector has yet to show signs of improvement. The Diggbar changes are still a sore spot for many, especially in the way that it was rolled out, changed, and