- Twitter/Facebook Will Soon Dominate The Web — Not Google. – Sean Parker, a managing partner at Founder’s Fund, gave an interesting talk at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. The key to it is simple: Facebook, Twitter, Apple, and eBay will dominate the web going forward. One company of note that won’t? Google.
- What People Are Saying About Windows 7 – Microsoft is listening
- Creating Memorable Brand Experiences using the Social Web – Well done Intel. Really nice case study.
- 3 Realities of Social Media – True, simple and clear.
- The Associated Press: Berlin Twitter Wall lets people write on wall – Great idea.
- Losing To The Social Web – Over the next few years, brands will need to re-structure they way they deliver experiences to their customers online (the best ones are already doing it), and that means delivering unique content to anywhere customers want to experience it.
- 32 Ways to Use Facebook for Business – Facebook’s not just for keeping tabs on friends and filling out quizzes — it can also be used as a highly effective business tool.
- GoodMorning! Twitter visualization tool – Do you still have doubts about how social the web has become? GoodMorning! is a Twitter visualization tool that shows about 11,000 ‘good morning’ tweets over a 24 hour period, rendering a simple sample of Twitter activity around the globe.
- State of the Blogosphere 2009 – Technorati – Jam-packed as usual.
- YouTube Launches Real-Time Discussion Search and Tracking – Companies in particular are likely to want to know what people are saying about their names in the comments on YouTube. You name your topic, though: it’s now available for real-time search across viewer discussion.
- Managing your reputation through search results – “If you can’t get the content removed from the original site, you probably won’t be able to completely remove it from Google’s search results, either. Instead, you can try to reduce its visibility in the search results by proactively publishing useful, positive information about yourself or your business…”
- 7 Deadly Mistakes in Selling Social Media – Keep these point in mind when you have to make a case to the executive team as to why this is important to your business and your customers.
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