Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2010’
Technology providers have a long and proud history of “ready, fire, aim” initiatives. With social media, this approach is an absolute calamity.
Like any other technology “revolution,” social media is attracting a horde of consultants, agencies, and service providers that are anxious to take your money or claim your market develop funds. Can you tell the good ones from the bad?
Social media for business reality check. You don’t need to be a blogger or Twitterholic.
Social Media Academy Empowered Partner FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The first graduating class of the Social Media Academy Channel Empowerment Program received their “diplomas” after completing a rigorous six week program and passing a final exam. Apr 08, 2010 – Happy resellers posted ”virtual high-fives” across their social media spaces and set off to engage their customers and vendors in a …
We do not use any Captchas to prevent automatic blog spammers because we don’t want to penalize our readers and friends. But it is amazing to see how much crap is going into our blog every day. Hundreds of “comments” a day: While resellers from Pfizer, Rolex, Adobe and Microsoft where the dominant spammer now new names show up: Best …
The reseller asked, “Since Twitter is still in its infancy, wouldn’t current Twitter use be considered more hobby-like than professional?”
* British Research Institute Esnesnon releases new social media study: 38% of social profiles are shared profiles and shared by an average of 6 people, Bringing the total number of Social media participants to 1.96 Billion which is greater than the 1.7 Billion Internet users. * Polaroid is introducing a new technology expanding it’s instance development to instance publishing. The …