Without good online intelligence, it’s hard for businesses to know for sure that they’re getting the most out of their social media investment. I was reminded of this when I read that nearly half (46%) of millionaires now use Facebook, according to a study from consulting and marketing firm Spectrem Group.
It seems that JamaicansMusic.com, a site dedicated to reggae music, invited 200 people to a launch party in Indonesia, writes Casey Hibbard on Social Media Examiner. Website owner Alex Morrissey says that because of the company’s strong Facebook presence in that area, however, more than 1,000 people showed up.
Jeremiah Owyang started keeping tabs on the growing number of social strategists in corporate ranks. Currently, he’s aware of 280 people who hold the title. The eye-catcher on the list is the proportion of regulated industries represented.
Greed may ultimately not be good, but failure might be. In Failures and Success, Chris Brogan observes that failure is good because it creates opportunity. He writes: “The key part of failure is learning and adapting and moving on.”
If you had an extra 30 minutes, how would you spend the time? That’s the question marketer Chris Brogan recently asked in a blog post. He writes: “We choose what we do with our time. What are you doing with yours?” Great question, Chris! Let’s narrow it down to a Monday-sized bite: In 10 minutes, […]