social media

How Social Media and Web 2.0 Work In Business

Submitted by admin on Wed, 02/20/2008 - 17:35

The following three posts have a wealth of information, ideas and tips for business managers and CIO's about social media, web 2.0, social networking, and online communities. The fact is, this stuff, social software has to be used to be fully appreciated. It takes time to grasp its power and usefulness. Workplace social software and communities need to be understood from both, a regular user view point and from an administrator (control) view point. You bet, this is work.

Community Software Solutions

business social media solutions Understanding online communities, social media, social media tools, and social commerce are important to your business, and you need to spend some quality time using them to really get what they're all about. The power of user-driven tools lies in the using.

The Power of Social Media

Submitted by admin on Thu, 11/01/2007 - 09:30

" Akanksha Goel, newly appointed Editor-in-Chief of Stuff Singapore -- a gadgets and technology lifestyle publication launched in the UK five years ago -- is a final-year marketing and corporate communication student at Singapore Management University. Goel, who also helped organise Asia's first PodCamp held at the university recently, talked to Knowledge@SMU about how social media compels us to rethink culture, and why companies should take advantage of these new channels to grow their businesses."

Open social

Submitted by admin on Wed, 10/31/2007 - 07:55

"Google and Friends to Gang Up on Facebook ", NY Times

"...an alliance of companies led by Google plans to begin introducing a common set of standards [open api's] to allow software developers to write programs for Google's social network, Orkut, as well as others, including LinkedIn, hi5, Friendster, Plaxo and Ning.

Exclusive social networks

Submitted by admin on Wed, 10/24/2007 - 14:29

"A NEW fad is sweeping across Silicon Valley, causing excitement, confusion and hyperbole not seen since the dotcom bubble. It began in May, when Mark Zuckerberg, ten days after turning 23, took the stage in a San Francisco warehouse and announced that he was opening up Facebook to outside programmers. Anyone can now build little programs, or - widgets, into the network. To illustrate his idea, Mr Zuckerberg projected onto the wall behind him a social graphic pattern of nodes representing Facebook users and the links among them.

Advertising taking on new art forms

Submitted by admin on Tue, 09/25/2007 - 11:47

Continuing to muse about advertising - confused in calcutta

This is about social media taking on new art forms.

...we're going to see something new emerge soon. We're going to see marketers and advertisers compete for sponsorship of ultra-short videos and cartoons, which will become a whole new art form.

"Enterprise Mashups Hurtle Toward Mainstream"

Submitted by admin on Mon, 09/24/2007 - 10:43

Enterprise Mashups Hurtle Toward Mainstream, eweek

"Many companies looking to cull data from multiple sources to help their employees do their jobs better are seeking mashups as an answer, said Anthony Bradley, a Gartner analyst, Sept. 21 at the Gartner Web Innovation Summit 2007 here.