What do YouTube, Amazon, Google, BBC, Ben & Jerry’s, Cadburys, Facebook, Pringles, Wikipedia and Channel 4 have in common?Read More Youth 100: What 18-24 Year Olds think about Brands
Ever wondered what the average age of a Facebook user is? Does the gender balance of a social media application have an impact on what it achieves for its users? Do, and should, demographics play a part in the way brands use social media to reach audiences? The answer to the last question is […]Read More Social Media Demographics
What works for social video? Regular users of this site will know that I rate content marketing as a means of building engagement and conversion. The infographic below (courtesy of Jun Group) offers some insight into the emerging trends and usage patterns in social video. Some of the findings may surprise you.Read More Social Video
For CEOs, the benefits of social media are no longer just rumors or wishful thinking. How are CEOs using social media? What exactly are the benefits? And most importantly, what does the future hold for social media and the world of business?Read More The social CEO
Or how technology and social media might have changed things, not necessarily for the better . . . it’s always a balancing act:Read More Modern manners
Google+ is the search giant’s latest social venture. There’s been a lot of negative reaction to Google’s past social ventures. Google Wave was cast into the dustbin of history largely because of a lack of mass adoption – there was little actually wrong with it. Ditto Google Buzz. Perhaps with Google+, Google has created something […]Read More Why Google+ just might work, or then again . . .
Will Google succeed in taking on Facebook? What do you think? Google is only releasingGoogle+ via invite to limited numbers. That way they can react quickly to feedback and implement changes quickly without upsetting a lot of users. The service will gradually open up to the general public. Google+ enters the fray as […]Read More Google +
We thinks of social networks and social media as ubiquitous, and maybe even amorphous. Yet there are discernible patterns in both the usage of social networks and the approaches they take to connect people which tell a story.Read More Social Networks Tell A Story