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JANUARY 30, 2010 The Economist on Social Networking
Social networks have been beneficiaries of a fall in the cost of data storage and have also been “able to use free, open-source software to build systems that scale quickly and easily. However it’s likely to be a great updater for the 99% of the business world who do not spend their days glued to Tweetdeck. What joy. You can download a free pdf of the report here.
| | SOCIALNOMICS
MAY 22, 2012 Social Media Tools List: +100 Social Media Tools
Lithium – Social community and marketing solutions. Vitrue - Helps you utilize social communities for business. ThinkUp - Free open source social media insights platform. LiveWorld - Moderation, community programming and actionable insight. YourBuzz - Get the buzz on your business (American Express OPEN). Turn communities into customers.
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| | PAMORAMA
JUNE 30, 2010 Social Media From A to Z: A Glossary
Atom : Web feeds are used by the blogging community to share recent entries’ headlines, full text, and even attached multimedia files. Users can share and watch videos from a variety of online sources for free. It enables next-gen community management and social Web integrations to any site on any platform. But never fear! An example of this is the Twitter API. Web 2.0
| | SPIN SUCKS
NOVEMBER 30, 2010 Creative Destruction: Why Facebook and Twitter May be Doomed
And how well can it bode for Twitter when a symbol for its shortcomings, the Fail Whale , becomes a cultural meme and core users prefer clients like HootSuite and TweetDeck over the Twitter site itself? First mover advantage – Getting involved in early-stage networks to see what works, what doesn’t, and why can pay big dividends in influence if/when the community or service takes off.
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APRIL 21, 2010 Twitter Commits Suicide (or Twipocalypse Now: Redux)
The Redux Reflux Clearly Twitter needs to evolve, but it should do so by embracing its developer community, not alienating it or taking it for granted which is what it appears to be doing. So, it appears that Twitter may be intentionally using its community of third-party developers as a free R&D office by letting them assume all of the risk of enhancing the service. Twitter 2.0,
| | WWW.SKEPTICGEEK.COM
SEPTEMBER 24, 2010 DataSift Curation Engine Aims for Relevance in Real-time
Text and language of tweets Geo-location of tweets Verified users Source of tweets – web, Seesmic, TweetDeck, etc. Stream outputs from Datasift using such rules can become columns in Twitter clients like TweetDeck. Datasift’s website is intended as a community website for curators and developers to collaboratively work on developing these rules. link] [.]
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ENERGISE2-0.COM Social Media Monitoring Tools Demystified: Analysing Sources
| WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2010
In this first issue, we will examine how these tools ‘stack up’ in terms of meeting business requirements around analysing Social Media Sources
. Social Media Monitoring Tools can be used to identify key Social Media Sources
in relation to specific keywords or search terms. decent monitoring tool will aggregate the findings and provide background statistics on each Source
, to allow a level of analysis across the various social media platforms. Analysing sources
can prioritise individual social media accounts or sites for further action. MORE >>
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