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The rumor is that music sites Spotify and Rhapsody as well as The Wall Street Journal are part of the deal. Allowing users to share their favorite musics, television shows and movies will essential turn the site into a media site.
How might the analysis negatively affect a potential star employee who doesn’t use Facebook frequently or have a wide social circle? Co-founder Adeyemi Ajao says they are working on building its analysis so it understands the quality of those social connections in addition to the quantity.
Online engagement has gone prime time. Each night during this fall’s premiere week for CBS, fans have the chance to peek at 15-minute online previews and then use Facebook or Twitter to ask producers real-time questions. A few of the featured shows include Hawaii Five-0, NCIS, and CSI.
The world’s largest social network now posts the question “Do you know the owner?” on unclaimed Places and asks for contact information so Facebook can connect with the businesses. Business owners can claim their Places by submitting documentation proving ownership to Facebook.
Twist Image President Mitch Joel recently shared his field guide to one of those creatures: Twitter trolls. You should check out his full post to learn about all 6 varieties, but here are two of my favorites:
On Marketing Pilgrim, Frank Reed writes about Paul’s use of the Google+ research to potentially generate interest for his business. Frank continues that business pros, having learned from other social media platforms like Facebook, will “try to turn this new fast growing platform [Google+] into a marketing machine before it’s a social machine.”
20% of top-level execs use LinkedIn mostly to promote their business, in contrast to just 6% of entry-level employees.
Only 13% of the top-level set uses the site mostly for co-worker networking, while a more significant 23% of entry-level folks do the same.
Facebook status updaters rejoice! The upcoming HTC Status will have a dedicated hard key Facebook button. Available through AT&T, it’s the first U.S. phone to carry the feature, which was launched in Europe earlier this year, reports Mashable.