Unlocking the value of Foursquare « The Cube
JANUARY 28, 2010
Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe Unlocking the value of Foursquare 28/01/2010 tags: Foursquare , Gowalla , location based social netoworking apps by Gemma Went For those of you not yet using Foursquare and other location based social networking apps, the presentation below from 22 Squared gives you a bit of background on what it’s all about. I’ve been trying out both Foursquare and Gowalla for a little while and can see great potential for brands using them in the future. Well done so far. what a year!
SXSW 2011: Strong on Networking; Less on Content
MARCH 17, 2011
Yes, there are lots of parties at SXSW, but the people who get the most out of the event are those who use those events as a springboard for smaller, more focused conversations with other people. think event organizers should consider whether bigger is always better, or whether they should cap the event size to prevent degradation of the event. Networking Mecca.
22 Twitter revenue streams – monetizing tweets
APRIL 13, 2010
SMS other social networks are built on SMS revenues such as SMSFun. Twitter has probably done their dash with doing SMS deals by now. Or Foursquare style reward badges – most retweeted, most linked. Online Events team up with LiveStream and ask for a few bucks for an online event such as those NASA video/tweet streams. Two, how can Twitter make money?
First Look: Starbucks Digital Network Is Here
OCTOBER 20, 2010
Top Topics Twitter YouTube Facebook iPhone Google Video Google Buzz Apple Social media MARKETING Advertise Network Blippr iPhone App Mashable France MashDeck Twitter App Mobile Site Social Media Events Twitter Guide Book Facebook Guide Book Partners App Development WordPress Experts MaxCDN Content Delivery Dynect Managed DNS Rackspace Hosting Intridea About Us Submit a Tip! Foursquare users can check in via the web from Starbucks stores, and Zagat makes available full ratings for restaurants in the surrounding area for free. The New York Times has opened up access to its Reader 2.0