As many Twitter users are on company-sanctioned time, there's a lot of microblogging traffic flying through company networks. But even too much unaccounted-for Twitter traffic could affect your company's network performance.
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.
Facebook announced this morning that Mozilla's current vice president of engineering, Mike Schroepfer -- one of the developers of Firefox 3 -- will join Facebook as the social networking company's director of engineering.In a statement, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg says:“Mike has a lot of experience building great products and engineering teams.
Slingpage, which announced its social browsing extension for Internet Explorer last month, will introduce an equally feature-rich version of its service to Mozilla Firefox users next week.Slingpage offers a way for Web surfers to find information about favorite topics via "Slingcast" feeds as well as create custom feeds for friends.
After publishing a guest blog on enterprise communities, I received what appeared to be a cross between a sales pitch and cease-and-desist email from a branding business. How is this approach good branding?
Determining how a company should engage with or create an online community is a critical process. Aaron Strout, VP of social media for Mzinga authored this primer on what steps enterprises must take while evaluating their community engagement strategies.
Twitter's spam-blocking efforts have falsely identified popular company Twitter feeds and individuals as spammers, creating a definite damper in community engagement.
Qik, a popular streaming mobile video service, has finally opened its public beta program and has released a slew of new features to go along with it. This is great news considering last month tech pundit Robert Scoble declared Qik all but dead in the wake newcomer Kyte.
Who's afraid of the big Twitter-Summize deal? Not Twellow. The company's Matthew Daines discusses social search, new features and why it's here to stay.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone confirmed this morning that it has acquired social search provider Summize. Will this help Twitter reach the seemingly unattainable holy grail of stable service?
If Facebook, MySpace and Twitter do it right, there may not be much room in the hyperlocal mobile social networking market for niche players such as Whrrl and Loopt.