- New Approaches for Analyzing Influence on Twitter – [the PDF report is available for download] Using a new methodology based on the content and responses of 12 popular users, they determined measurements of relative influence on Twitter. They examined an ecosystem of 134,654 tweets, 15,866,629 followers, and 899,773 followees, and in response to the 2,143 tweets generated by these 12 users over a 10-day period, we collected 90,130 responses published by other users.
- Search Google, Yahoo, Bing & Twitter From Your IM Program – Hereâ€™s an interesting tool for all of you who like to use your IM (chat) programs for everything. Now you can use chat bots to search Google, Yahoo, Bing and Twitter â€“ without having to go to the sites.
- The Challenge of the Millennials – First, just who are Millennials? And second, why are they important?
- Stunningly Awful Demos: 5 Things Not To Do in a Demo – To keep in mind.
- ReTwt.me – Shrink it, Tweet it, Analyse it! – Retwt.me allows users to shorten, share, and track links (URLs). It is a simple service with one goal, easy shortening and easy analysis.
- Crowd Science Demographics – New analytics service that gives online publishers detailed and reliable reports on the demographics and attitudes of their audience.
- White Paper: Engaging the New Influencers (Edelman) via @steverubel – Download PDF
- How Google selects news – This is not just for the publishers but for PR people.
- Logic+Emotion: Brand U.0 on YouTube – David Armano’s talk on personal branding
- 100 Awesome Open Source Tools for Writers, Journalists, and Bloggers – A huge arsenal of tools at your disposal, from word processors, to content management systems, open courses, organization, and more, many of them open source and even free.
- Honda on Facebook: Good bad-feedback management – Honda seems to be handling the uproar quite well. In short, the Fan Pageâ€™s Wall became a virtual punching bag, where users hurled insults slamming the vehicleâ€™s design. Smartly, Honda has allowed users to continue to voice their opinions, negative as they may be.
- Social Media’s Primary Use: Marketing – About six out of seven (86%) US companies surveyed have used social technologies in support of one or more areas of their business, and marketing is their primary use for social media, the study found.
- twtapps :: simple and useful business twitter applications – We develop simple and useful business social media applications.
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- 5 Things PR Folks Can Learn About Social Media From Advertising via @davefleet – Public relations industry seem to love to look down upon those on the advertising side of the communications industry when it comes to social media.
- Proactive Social Media: Filling the Information Space With Great Content via @briansolis – This talk was particularly geared towards a government audience, but the fundamentals apply to the private and public sectors more broadly
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