links for 2006-07-31

As Good As Steve Jobs (tags: blog, presentations, communication ,leadership, business communications) USATODAY.com – Seeking teens, marketers take risks by emulating MySpace (tags: social networking, MySpace, media, advertising,marketing) Blog Design by Blog Designers – The Blog Studio (tags: Tools, Resources, Blogs, Blogging) dev423391.pdf (application/pdf Object) Academic study of the influence of social networks and the… Continue reading links for 2006-07-31

DOPA: ”Suppose You Were An Idiot and Suppose You Were a Member of Congress. But I Repeat Myself” Mark Twain

Or perhaps paraphrase the expression from my college days, that’s why they call it DOP-A…  DOPA, which stands for, Deleting Online Predators Act of 2006, or HR 5319, "amend{s} the communications act of 1934 to require recipients of universal service support for schools and libraries to protect minors from commercial social networking websites and… Continue reading DOPA: ”Suppose You Were An Idiot and Suppose You Were a Member of Congress. But I Repeat Myself” Mark Twain

links for 2006-07-29

Pogue’s Posts – Wonkette’s Ingredients for a Successful Blog – Technology – New York Times Blog (tags: blogging, blogs, optimize, resource, how to) New York Observer The End of TV As We Know it (tags: YouTube, social networks, media, TV media) pr2essentials.pdf (application/pdf Object) From John Wagner (tags: social media, PR, softwarre) The Sound Of… Continue reading links for 2006-07-29

Word of Mouth Stats and Data: Free From WOMMA …and the Complexity Paradox Applied

Ann Green (Millward Brown), Ed Keller (Keller-Fay), and Gregg Wester (VoodooVox) co-authored and presented an awesome compilation of the latest WOM research at the recent WOMMA conference. WOMMA has made the presentation available for free download at the WOMMA Research Blog. The presentation was awesome and having it as a resource is invaluable for knowing… Continue reading Word of Mouth Stats and Data: Free From WOMMA …and the Complexity Paradox Applied

Blogher: Blogging Her Way

Blogging her Way is the description of the Blogher conference in this morning’s CNET News. This follows yesterday’s story from the Pittburgh’s Tribune-Review, Women Make Themselves Heard Through Blogs, noted by the quoted and quotable Jeneanne Sessum. CNET noted that there were 700 attendees from around the world at the sold out conference, "We can… Continue reading Blogher: Blogging Her Way

links for 2006-07-28

Mouthpiece Blog | The Buzz on Consumer-Generated Media (tags: CEOs, blogs, social media, tracking)

Forrester Fruit Salad on Broadband Adoption? And Nielson Talks About the Economics of Podcasting

According to Tech Dirt the headlines of the Forrester Report "China Ahead of US in Broadband Adoption" is another case of apples versus oranges reporting from a major research company. Last week Nielson mixed apples and oranges by comparing those writing blogs to those downloading podcasts. According to TechDirt, Forrester compared four metropolitan areas in… Continue reading Forrester Fruit Salad on Broadband Adoption? And Nielson Talks About the Economics of Podcasting

links for 2006-07-27

Hewlett-Packard Takes a New Tack: Being Cool – New York Times (tags: marketing, advertising, viral, word of mouth) Speedo Speedo uses podcasts. From Neville Hobson. (tags: podcasting, media, social brands, marketing, Speedo) Why Mark Cuban Is the High-Def Image of Ted Turner — New York Magazine (tags: Mark Cuban, blogs, social media, technology, journalism, digital… Continue reading links for 2006-07-27

links for 2006-07-25

Charlene Li’s Blog (tags: blogs, corporate recruitment) :: Onalytica :: Social Network Analysis, Stakeholder Analysis (tags: influence, measurement, methodology) SteinBLOG Sprite on YouTube (tags: Sprite, Coke, CGM, Viral, media, advertising, YouTube) Successful Blog – NET NEUTRALITY I Comprehensive resource for Net Neutrality (tags: net neutrality, web 2.0, blogs, media) The online video explosion continues –… Continue reading links for 2006-07-25