When a story hits the front page of Digg or Reddit, most of the time the users or site owners enjoy the influx of traffic it sends. When this story hit the front page of Digg, the reaction was a bit different from the norm.
Those who have embraced social media have, for the most part, truly embraced it. Those who haven’t, haven’t. This great video by timetogetsocial gives an “in your face” version of reasons to care about social media as a business. Watch the video and then see
Following last week’s secret alpha testing at Digg headquarters, today’s front page went crazy.
Facebook and Twitter are the two power houses of the Social Media Industry. Social Media has become a new medium within the Media family, its siblings being Radio, Television and Newspapers. What Makes Up Social Media? So, what makes up Social Media? Metaphorically, Social Media
This Social Media Infographic from Flowtown really tells the story, visually and through words. It is one of the best representations of social media that I’ve ever seen. * * * See more amazing Social Media Infographics on Soshable.
If you haven’t heard, Twitter hit 50 million tweets per day. If you haven’t heard about it, you’re not paying attention to the social media blogosphere, because EVERYONE is talking about it, at least the big players. Below, you’ll see that there was definitely a
While I don’t necessarily agree with the titling, it will be an honor to be on a panel with MrBabyMan and MSaleem at the 2010 ROFLCon. From April 30 through May 1, we’ll be touring the hallowed halls of MIT and rubbing elbows with some
The debate has been raging for ages (at least in Internet time). Facebook was once the “contender” against MySpace. That didn’t last too long, but soon Twitter emerged as a pseudo-social-network-competitor-thingy to Facebook and the competition heated up again. Whether or not that competition is
When I first saw the advertisement that Toyota had placed on Digg.com, I was skeptical. After all, Digg and most social news sites in general are not considered a “PR venue” to help in times of crisis. After reviewing their landing page and seeing exactly
6 months ago, Twitter changed its homepage so that there was a greater focus on their search engine. At any time, anyone can go to Twitter and search through all of the updates from Twitter users. So, while initially your Tweets were scene by your