There’s been some recent noise in the press about how the Gawker Media’s site redesigns–now live on three of the company’s sites–is about getting “beyond the blog.” But what interests me more is how all the “share” buttons are gone, with just one left standing. “These sites festooned with social media buttons–they look like primitive […]
The business press loves to frame things, because frames make a nice presentation, even if they’re not always factual. At the same time, it can be a mistake to take a corporate titan at his word. Let’s have a look at Eric Schmidt’s word, delivered in Davos, Switzerland, home of the World Economic Forum. “We […]
The Washington Post Company has launched Social Code, a subsidiary that will help brands build and monetize their presence on Facebook, according to Clickz. While it may seem odd that SocialCode is laser-focused on Facebook, there is some history there: Washington Post Chairman Don Graham has been on the board of Facebook since December 2008, […]
Facebook is the third biggest Internet company in the world today, and growing. It’s currently a privately held company, but that could soon change and when/if it does the “average investor” can put her own hard earned money on the line. Where does Facebook’s value reside? In the data!
Facebook is the operating system of the social web. And, not unlike the Oklahoma land rush of the 1880s, retailers are lining up to to stake a claim in what is proving to be fertile territory. That’s the word from Practical Ecommerce. Fast Company too is weighing in. J.C. Penney became the first major retailer […]
In their efforts to establish a presence on Facebook, eight-of-ten of the world’s biggest brands, including Coca Cola, P&G and Unilever are now using an enterprise solution from New York-based Buddy Media. The Buddy Media Platform gives brands the tools to manage their Facebook Pages and engage their Facebook fans. Adweek recently named the company […]