Lately, there had been increasing number of organizations and even governments have recognized the power of crowds and are utilizing crowdsourcing for everything from design, marketing, administration, innovation to marketing research and raising money.
One of the interesting components of Pinterest is that it allows people to put prices in their posts. By putting a dollar sign in front of a number, the pin automatically pulls the price and puts it as a corner banner over the image.
There are over 100 billion connections between people and businesses on Facebook. Please re-read the first sentence and let it sink in.
Last week I found myself sitting in the vinyl cutting chair of my favorite stylist, surrounded by men and women of varying ages, slightly high from the fumes of hairspray, and sweating from the heat emitting from the stationary dyers. The group around me seemed
Pinterest has been notoriously slow to address copyright issues. Because the “Pin It” button works on any website that has not opted out of Pinterest, users can grab images from almost anywhere on the internet, regardless of copyright issues. This affects artists the most because
Mark this under “facts that will depress your favorite internet marketer if you have one.”
When most think of social networks, they think Facebook. They look back to the source being MySpace or one of the other “old school” networks from just a few years ago. They rarely think of going back 50 years to see the real start of
Ready for some social media awesomeness? American Express has created a new promotion where you sync your AMEX card with your Twitter account. When you tweet using customized hashtags (that’s the text that follows the # sign, such as #soshable) you’ll get a discount/coupon off of
Every now and then, it’s good to get a pulse from the general Twitter population about preferences we have as humans. This weekend, we’re looking at the not-often-considered question of itching versus pain. This stems from my adventures at SXSW last week when, unfamiliar with
I’ve noticed something in my thinking after spending some time on Pinterest the last few months. It’s subtle, but “The Pinterest Effect” is starting to get to me.