The impact of social media on our society is one that is not in doubt. Some, however, do question whether there are true business applications to social media. Is it just a branding tool that big corporations can use or is it something that small
Sometimes we come across articles (or in this case, an infographic) that blow our minds. Even more rare is to come across one that has not received the mass-exposure that it deserves. Why this particular one hasn’t been picked up by any of the heavy
Many have been predicting since 2007 that Twitter was a fad that would soon die. They suggested that people enjoyed the simplicity but in the end they would shift back towards long-form and abandon microblogging altogether. It’s 2011… where are the experts now? Do YOU
From Mark Zucker-borg to Flickr: “You will be assimilated. Your biological and technological distinctiveness will be added to our own. Resistance is futile.” There are times when one must accept that they are defeated and salvage what they can by integrating with their bitter rival.
Do 54% of businesses have it wrong? The majority believe that allowing your employees to visit social media sites like Facebook and Twitter while at work will decrease productivity. Apparently, they’re absolutely wrong. Depending on which study you look at (and there are several that
MySpace is dead and I blame Rupert Murdock. The article can end right there. The point is made and few will argue. Unfortunately, I can’t stop. After doing some research into the history of MySpace I realized something – it’s totally the fault of News
First, watch it. When you’re done chuckling, realize what it means about the true state of social media. Or, just laugh. That’s acceptable as well. In this hilarious clip from Team Coco and Dennis Leary, both stars reveal that they don’t really Tweet for themselves.
There are two things I enjoy most on lazy days when when I’m too far behind for a real blog post but anxious to put something up that’s interesting: Trivia questions. Someone else doing the research. Such is the case today with the awesome people
MySpace has been freeing up some “space” with plans of firing 47% of its staff, this seems like a clear sign of its final stages towards its demise. MySpace’s current owner NewsCorp, may be looking to sell this sinking social network this coming June, first
We’ve been planning on this story for a while but it’s been challenging finding a piece of content that fit the criteria. It needed to be very close to being equally popular on both Digg and Reddit, plus we needed the site owner to be