While the election has taken up most of the ink and Web space over the last couple of weeks, there's still been some steady movement in Social Business. Before I jump into this week's sampler I want to note two important changes -- this will now be a bi-weekly update and it will also now be known as Social Business versus Digital Web Business.
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Eileen Brown is a social media consultant and advisor who has been working with collaborative technologies for over 20 years.
While I still maintain that "Obama won the election - not social media," Facebook has just reported in some its usage statistics for leading up to and through election day. According to Facebook:Preliminary data shows an increase of more than 20 percent in activity on the site on election day vs.
The big snake oil spotlight shines down upon us brightly -- and justifiably -- whenever we try to credit social media with a success that isn't really a rightful success for it to claim
As of 6 a.m. PT today, 1,149,790 users were campaigning via Facebook Causes -- a jump from just over 400K yesterday afternoon.
Facebook and Salesforce.com today announced that the two companies will partner to make it easier for Force.
Twitter is an amazing communications vehicle, yet it's known as being a somewhat one-sided communications vehicle. Twitter needs to figure out a better way of showing conversations versus disconnected thoughts.
I was momentarily hot on Plurk even amid a sea of seemingly valid criticism but it fell of of my -- and everyone else's -- radar.
Five tips that can help users spot malicious threats via social networks.
When most industry observers examine the impact of social media on traditional media industries, the focus inevitability turns to easily digitized media such as newspapers, magazines, radio, television and music.But what about books, and more specifically eBooks?
Enterprise 2.0, meet Small Business 2.0.A recent survey shows that 55 percent of 120 surveyed small business owners believe that online social networking -- such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook -- can be beneficial to their businesses.