I realized that there’s lots of information but that some digging must be done. No single platform is going to be the perfect fit for everyone and every business need.
Eileen Brown delivers news on social media tools and trends and deep dive into business strategies.
Eileen Brown is a social media consultant and advisor who has been working with collaborative technologies for over 20 years.
It's a little embarrassing for me to admit this, but I go to sleep every night watching Nick at Nite. Loser, right?
Social networking got an extreme makeover yesterday when two very popular sites -- Twitter and Friendfeed -- introduced fresh new designs. While Twitter's redesign was slightly sprung on its users FriendFeed only surprised its users by going live with a beta that power users had been testing for some time.
Pandora founder Tim Westergren shoots down rumors and socialsphere speculation about why the Internet radio station is facing potential extinction.
A Reuters article published today reports that Bill Tancer, a global research manager at Hitwise, has analyzed data from more than 10 million Internet users to determine some of the most relevant Web search trends. In addition to finding intricacies in people's behaviors related to natural disasters, fears and buying behaviors, Tancer states that searching for social networking sites has overtaken the search for Internet porn.
Present.ly is a solution that enables microblogging across several technologies and could, if managed and implemented correctly, meet enterprise demands for integration, collaboration, security and privacy.
Top three ways to use social networking tools to enhance your brand and your career -- and what pitfalls to avoid.
If you still want to use the old Facebook you can -- for the time being, anyway.Dhanik Modi, a student at Virginia Tech, discovered this weekend an issue that causes Facebook to revert to the old version under Firefox 3.
While I do believe there is a better business model out there for corporate microblogging, Yammer is not it.
On one very dark day in August I noticed a significant drop to 61 subscribers. I gasped. What happened? Did I upset my readers?