Lithium Technologies announced the results of a recent survey performed on its behalf by Harris Poll, finding that brands are increasingly under pressure by consumers to innovate.
I feel that the word "shaming" is a little over the top here. Most of the time, those big brands don't move a finger unless customers become very vocal...
Visual Marketing Over/Under or How I Use Scoop.it
Friends like +Phil Buckley and +Mark Traphagen are curious about how and why I use Scoop.it. This G+ post shares a detailed analysis of how Scoop.it helps reduce #contentmarketing risks, provides fast feedback to influence social media marketing and creates a safe envrionment to test assumptions, create validated learning and learn fast.
My friend @Martin (Marty) Smith doing what he does best. :-)
He is a thought leader, and one I would trust with my eyes closed.
Social network shows off visualisations of viral videos while warning brands and agencies that 'there are no rules to virality'. By Stuart Dredge
According to Twitter, there is no rule behind the virality of videos.
Well, there is one: Know your audience inside out, and it should help!
BV4 and the department of Social Media Management of the HWZ University of Applied Sciences in Business Administration Zurich announced on Friday the release of the 2013 edition of their "Most Valu...
While the domination of sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube is not surprising, the social media landscape could change rapidly.
"t is forecasted that by 2015, a total of 700 million Chinese users will have access to the Internet – that is as many as in India, Japan, Russia, the US, and Indonesia together."
Unfriending can be a delicate, dramatic task. There are a variety of reasons why people do it: Maybe someone is an oversharer, or an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend, and you'd just feel better off disconnecting. Cambridge University recently published a study showing why people unfriend each other on Facebook.