November 2, 2011

Here’s why it make sense to use Google Plus

by Chris Abraham

Wondering why you should get involved with another social networking site? If you want to improve reach, cross post to Google Plus in addition to Facebook and Twitter and add some oomph to your SEO. Continue reading

July 19, 2011

What a Linkedin InMap can tell you

by Deltina Hay

ALinkedIn InMap is a tool that can help you visualize your profession network on LinkedIn. The tool generates a visual “map” of your entire network using nodes for each person in your LinkedIn network. Clusters are formed on your map based on how people are connected to you and to each other. In the map below, I can clearly see … Continue reading

July 6, 2011

What kind of Web 3.0 world should we make?

by Christopher Rollyson

Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn and Silicon Valley insider, provides rich insight into technology trends, markets and building companies. Christopher Rollyson attended his presentation at SxSW and provided a substantial rundown. A main snippet? Web 3.0 would “arrive sooner and be stranger than we think.” Continue reading

June 28, 2011

How to create a social media plan in 4 beefy steps

by Deltina Hay

This is part three of our three-part Social Media Planning series, broken down into the following phases: Social media analysis Social media strategy Social media plan (below) In parts 1 and 2 we’ve looked at how to create a social media analysis and strategy. Now it’s time for four beefy steps for completing a social media plan: 1. Outline a … Continue reading

June 24, 2011

Create a social media strategy in four steps

by Deltina Hay

This is the second part of our three-part Social Media Planning series, broken down into the following phases: Part 1: Social media analysis Part 2: Social media strategy (below) Part 3: Social media plan On Tuesday I introduced this short series on how to create a social media analysis, strategy and plan, defining how those different elements are important to … Continue reading

June 22, 2011

How Facebook has quietly created a gold mine for marketers

by Christopher Rollyson

Inside the huge banner opportunity created by Facebook Facebook’s development schedule epitomizes the “white water, fast iteration” approach to serving company and customer. Although its mishaps are legendary, it succeeds in consistently fielding a mind-numbing array of features, so it is difficult to keep up and very easy to miss the significance of things. To wit, very few people people … Continue reading