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Expect the Groundswell to continue, in which people connect to each other –rather than institutions.
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Geoff Livingston co-founded Zoetica to focus on cause-related work, and released an award-winning book on new media, Now is Gone , in 2007.
Finding the right needle in the haystack that is the Internet is often times an exercise in futility and frustration.
Another entry in my irregular "What I highlighted and why while reading Here Comes Everybody " series.
In honor of Mashable's five-year anniversary, this series is supported by IDG . Customers are talking about your brand and products — find out what they are saying with IDG Social Scout . Five years ago, YouTube was just getting started , MySpace was the most popular website in the U.S., and Facebook was still limited to college and high school students.
What's the first thing young women do when they wake up?
by David Armano | 10:44 AM December 6, 2010
Two-and-a-half years ago, we described eight technology-enabled business trends that were profoundly reshaping strategy across a wide swath of industries. 1 We showed how the combined effects of emerging Internet technologies, increased computing power, and fast, pervasive digital communications were spawning new ways to manage talent and assets as well as new thinking about organizational structures.
Here's a newsflash: people will pay for content online.
Jeremiah Owyang coined the term “ Intention Web ” to describe social media which captures and promotes users’ future plans. Where the asynchronous web is about the then, the real-time web is about the now, Intention Web properties are about the later. Event and experiential marketers seem to have been focused on using social media as a sort of historical record of their activities, posting content, including transcripts, photos, videos, Powerpoint presentations etc. after the fact.
With more than 550 million people on Facebook, 65 million tweets posted on Twitter each day, and 2 billion video views each day on YouTube?, social media has become an integral part of our connected lives. But this is just the beginning.