Fallon’s Skimmer story got picked up by the Minneapolis press. BTW, Fallon laid off 18 people, or 9% of its MN-based staff yesterday.
A reviewing and recommendation company called Living Social, which makes the popular “Pick Your Five” app for Facebook and other soc nets, has acquired BuyYourFriendADrink.com, according to CNet. BuyYourFriendADrink.com is a site that lets you reach out to friends, often friends living in other cities, and buy them a drink. The service offers Pay Pal […]
Spike Jones at Brains on Fire has been one of my favorite bloggers for years. Today, he posted a post to beat all posts. Here’s how it starts: Noise. Noise. Noise. You should be on Facebook. You should be on Twitter. Noise. Noise. Noise. Make a viral video. We should blog. Noise. Noise. Noise. Leave […]
I have accounts at over two dozen soc nets. You can feel sorry for me or you can build me a tool to help me manage the insanity. Fallon, which “believes the future belongs to generous brands,” is doing the latter. Today the agency launches Skimmer, an Adobe AIR-based desktop application that serves as a […]
“I know who my friends are. What’s confusing us is how the Web is strengthening our loose ties” –Jeff Dachis, founder of Razorfish David Armano heard the above words at SXSW this year. This struck a chord with me. Most of us intuitively know who our friends are. They’re the ones we feel comfortable around, […]
Twitter’s great and all but the Technorati needs to feast on a new dish. You know how it is. According to AppScout, Four Square is the entree of choice at the South By Southwest/Interactive this year. This year’s breakout story is sure to be a social network called foursquare, from the guys behind the now-defunct […]
Shiv Singh of Razorfish names 10 trends in “social influence marketing,” a term his agency coined to describe what old timers simply call Word of Mouth. It’s just that it’s digital now, so the lexicon is expanding (not always in a good way). Here’s what Singh and his colleagues see unfolding: 1. Social media usage […]
Abbey Klaassen at Ad Age notes that LinkedIn is well positioned to capitalize on the downturn in the economy. The professional networking site hit 36 million members last Monday and is adding them at a rate of about one member per second. According to ComScore, it’s gone from about 3.6 million unique monthly visitors a […]