Guest Post Having a Facebook page or Twitter account is like having a telephone or a printer — they are tools that need a purpose. What you do within these social channels counts for everything.
VentureBeat caught up with blogger and social media analyst Brian Solis a few weeks after the release of his latest book.
Guest Post Our findings show the disconnect between social media strategies and business value is forcing many executives to rethink their overall approach, and the infrastructure they built to support it.
Earlier this month, founder Dalton Caldwell told me that people won’t adopt a new social network just because it’s good for them — it needed to be “truly better.” That’s probably true — but free is also good.
Guest Post According to a joint study published today by NetBase and J.D. Power and Associates, a double standard may exist in social media customer service where consumers say that listening is intrusive — except when it’s not.
Editor’s Pick Discarded for pennies on the dollar, Digg has a new lease on life, but the rebuilt service is almost unrecognizable to those who loved it before. The new Digg is a single, compelling voice speaking for the Internet at large. But whose voice is it?
Editor’s Pick MySpace might be a joke to many. But it is no laughing matter for Tim and Chris Vanderhook, brothers not grim about the social network’s chances at a full-fledged comeback.
This article is part of a series of posts about DEMO alumni and news of their progress. Integrate launched at DEMO in Fall 2010. Check out more at DEMO.