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Social Intelligence is all about understanding and combining Social Media (Networking) and Business Intelligence. This combination of knowledge means that Businessess are truly understanding what the consumer thinks about their Brand and being able to compare brands with others.
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Research: The View Of Social Business From The C-Suite

Research: The View Of Social Business From The C-Suite | Social Intelligence |

Research that shows how executives view the importance of social business within the organization.


Just yesterday, MIT Sloan in collaboration with Deloitte released a study, “Social Business: What Are Companies Really Doing?” that highlights the growing importance of social business initiatives. What I found most interesting was the view and perceptions from the C-Suite.


According to the research, C-level executives vary considerably in their perceptions about the value of social business to their organizations today. On average, and across all industries in the study, CEOs, presidents, managing directors, board members and CMOs are most likely to perceive social business as an important business initiative today. CEOs are twice as likely as CFOs and nearly twice as likely as CIOs to view social technologies as important right now. Below is the breakdown....

Via Jeff Domansky, Martin (Marty) Smith
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ThinkUp 1.0: Reclaim your tweets and Facebook posts

ThinkUp 1.0: Reclaim your tweets and Facebook posts | Social Intelligence |

Expert Labs has released version 1.0 of ThinkUp, a program that lets people archive, search, and analyze their activity on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

And if you ask me, this is a big deal.


ThinkUp, the free, open-source brainchild of programmer and Lifehacker founder Gina Trapani, keeps track of what you've done online. It extracts the data from the walled gardens that house more and more of people's digital lives then replants it in your own garden.

The app isn't simple to install, unfortunately. You need some server administration skills so you can host ThinkUp on your own Web server or run it on an instance of Amazon's EC2 cloud-computing service. (More on that point later.)...

Via Martin Gysler, ABroaderView
Martin Gysler's comment, November 18, 2011 1:32 PM
Thanks for the share :)