Entreprise2.0. How to manage your social network addiction. Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Twitter, Digg, StumbleUpon, Friendster, Tumblr, Xanga… the list goes on and on.
And if you are any sort of tech savy, there is good chance you are a member of multiple social networks. Even I have accounts with at least 5 of these. While there is a lot to be gained by using these services, there is also a lot to be lost. In case you hadn’t heard, Facebook users share not only a social network of over 200 million, but also significantly lower grade point averages (GPAs) than their non-member classmates (according to Time Magazine). And apparently Jennifer Aniston ended her relationship with John Mayer because he was addicted to Twitter (as apposed to drugs like other musicians… ). The 12 most annoying types of Facebookers. How to manage your online social life – Part 2.
In the previous post, we started with some tips to keep your online social life in order.
Among many other tips, we’ve covered how to track your comments, manage your privacy, advised you on managing your online passwords and finding the right Gravatar. As you can see, those tips are for the “beginner” online socialist. Here are some more to help you become a power user of social media and networking sites. 11. How to manage your online social life – Part 1. The more I started using social networking sites, the more I began feeling disoriented.
After a while, I lost count of how many “˜Web 2.0′ services I had signed up with. Multiple login-password combinations or single passwords across multiple sites, photos scattered everywhere, and bookmarks in disarray. Social Networks Around the World. Italian PR professional and former Microsoft Italy marketer Vincenzo Cosenza sent us an interesting visualization today.
Below is a map of the world, showing the most popular social networks by country. The map was built using Alexa and Google Trends for Website traffic data in June 2009 and we think it shows some interesting trends. After all, our world is becoming smaller and it's good to know what services our friends on the other side of the globe are using to connect with each other. How to build your personal brand on Facebook. Dan Schawbel is the author of Me 2.0: Build a Powerful Brand to Achieve Career Success (Kaplan, April 09), and owner of the award winning Personal Branding Blog.
With over 200 million active users, Facebook has become a personal, product and corporate branding hub. Every brand that exists on Facebook has the same core features and benefits, such as the ability to create a page, share resources, add multimedia and much more. You have a unique opportunity to leverage this platform for career success or as a playground for you and your closest friends. The social graph is filled with CEOs, celebrities, entrepreneurs and people just like you who can be reached through Facebook’s messaging system without any boundaries or restrictions. Facebook is also a talent search engine and part of the college admission and corporate recruiting criteria.
What follows is a guide to building your personal brand on Facebook. This post is part of Mashable’s Facebook Week. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. How to find statistics on social media. Selling management on the value of investing time and resources into building an online community using social media is a challenge, and you need all of the support you can get.
One way to convey the value of corporate social media participation is to leverage published statistics about who’s using social media platforms and how they are using it. There have been a host of new studies published recently that you can use to help make the case for your own company’s involvement: The Society for New Communications Research recently published their report titled, “New Media, New Influencers & Implications for Public Relations” that provides several case studies illustrating how social media has benefited organizations like the American Red Cross, the Mayo Clinic and Quicken Loans.
Among their findings, “Social media is rapidly becoming a core channel for disseminating information. Rapleaf released the results of their study examining the gender and age of social network users. "The future of social networks: Social networks will be lik. By Charlene Li On Monday, I gave the kick off speech for the Graphing Social Patterns West conference on the topic, “The Future Of Social Networks” (slides are available on SlideShare, summaries available on News.com, ReadWriteWeb, and allfacebook.)
Note that this is still ongoing research, so I welcome your comments. I set my time frame for the long term – five, even ten years out. That’s because unless we know where we want to end up, how could we ever craft a strategy to get there? "Ouverture des réseaux sociaux, la route sera longue…" Décidément, pas une semaine ne passe sans que l’on nous annonce une nouvelle révolution sociale. Ce mois de Mai s’annonce tout de même comme une très bonne cru avec pas moins de trois annonces majeures dans le domaine de l’intéropérabilité des réseaux sociaux.
Data Availability : un pas en avant, deux pas en arrière. Comment révolutionner les réseaux sociaux ? History of Social Network Sites. Netvibes Launches Facebook Widget, Challenges Lock-In. There's a war being fought over ownership of your identity. YASNS-Yet Another Social Network... Mots-clés : Social Network Service / réseaux de communication / en ligne / hors-ligne / graphiques sociaux / virtuel / réel / hyperréalité / Galaxie Internet / Web Résumé : Le développement des technologies de l’Internet et du Web ont permis l’apparition de nouveaux outils de communication : les services de réseaux sociaux en ligne.
Ceux-ci connaissent un large succès auprès des internautes, mais les enjeux qu’ils soulèvent sont sous-estimés. Ils pourraient permettre aux Hommes de s’affranchir des contraintes cognitives et physiques à la communication, et remettent en cause l’opposition virtuel – réel. I A l'origine : de l'invention d'Internet au Web 2.0.