The company is courting advertising dollars by trying to prove that tweets can drive television ratings and help brands target more engaged viewers (While you livetweet your favorite television shows, Twitter is making money:
The Rise Of The TecnoLatinas: A Full Fledged Startup Movement Emerges In ...TechCrunchA growing number of angel investors are starting to invest in South American startups and the venture capital community is growing.
Rapid Assault, Large-Scale WWII Battlefield Shooter Heads To KickstarterCinema BlendIf you feel that we don't get enough large-scale, realistic-style, World War II battlefield shooters, then look to Cornered Rat Software to get you your fix with...
Having said that, the question becomes how viable is Kickstarter for getting a new comic going? Is it something that small publishers can reliably turn to for funding for that idea that's been percolating in their head for years?
The wisdom of the crowds, participation, co-creation, engagement, empowerment, collaboration… The literature and 'collective wisdom' regarding social business is filled with statements on how important all these expensive ...
According to IDC, the enterprise social platforms market is expected to reach $4.5 billion by 2016, representing growth of 43 percent over the next four years. The reason for popularity of Social networking is that organizations ...
Do you know how to effectively use social media for your business marketing? Social media is a great way of reconnecting with old friends and staying in contact with new ones. It offers a great platf...
Robin Good: The Mozilla Foundation is working hard to further develop its video editing and remixing platform Popcorn Maker.
In this TED video, its COO, Ryan Merkley, showcases its key features including the ability to integrate in any video and in real-time, live web content including links, maps, image feeds, news, and a lot more.
(Watch a remixed TEDTalk using Popcorn Maker -- and remix it yourself.)
Social Media Strategist, methodical approach, real world project experience, becoming part of the most prestigious social media Alumni (Selling social media services is *not* very successfull - selling a business value is!
GigaOMThe next big enterprise acquisition target? Gamification startupsGigaOMGamification is thought of as a hyped buzzword by skeptics, but it's increasingly being used by corporations to incentivize consumers and motivate employees.
Pora Ora Founder Finds Kickstarter Campaign Has Dual Effect — Cash AND UsersTechCrunchFounder and CEO of Pora Ora Neil Gallagher – who put his daughter up to it – tells me he thinks the startup will “end up doing a VC round” as a result of their...
For social business, think up a great idea, funds will come alongDaily Star OnlineNobel laureate Prof Muhammad Yunus speaks at an event on Social Business Day at Gonoshasthaya Kendra in Savar yesterday.
New YorkerHealthcare Reform: Why today's ruling is great news for startupsGeekWireThe Healthcare Reform should have been called the "Employee Portability Act." More power to individuals. Better for startups!
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