Are your tweets hand breaded?

January 28, 2012
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Sick of corporate, sanitized, homogenized chicken mcnugget tweets? So are we! You know the type. They’re made en masse in the PR/Legal department, shipped frozen to the Marketing department and pre-loaded for consumption. Problem is they lack soul, taste like cardboard and are . But worst of all, they’re partially frozen when tweeted and left to.. read more →

Circle Jerk Social Media

January 26, 2012
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You’ve seen this on Twitter, and knew something was wrong. It just didn’t seem right, but couldn’t quite put your finger on what it was. Companies self gratifying themselves online. They seem pretty social, but is it all an act? What are these companies doing to create the illusion as if they’re social? Here’s their.. read more →

Klout Isn’t For End Users. It’s For Brands Looking To Target Them

January 23, 2012
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Everyone’s fired up about Klout – the site that ranks individuals on their influence and reach throughout social media networks. How does Klout measure that? They’re not telling. And despite an outcry from many demanding to know how scores are calculated, Klout remains tight lipped. And why shouldn’t they? Give away the recipe for the.. read more →

Ferris Bueller vs Seinfeld: Super Bowl of Car Commercials

January 18, 2012
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Who will win the Super Bowl – Matthew Broderick or Jerry Seinfeld   Oh, you thought we were talking about the Patriots and Giants. Haven’t they already played it?  We’re more interested in the car commercial wars. Broderick is pushing the Honda CR-V, and Seinfeld the new Acura NSX. But wait you say, aren’t they.. read more →

Companies Get Profile Like Qualities Via LinkedIn

October 13, 2011
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For years LinkedIn has been the social network of choice for business professionals. A new feature allows companies to update their status a la Facebook and Twitter, but for company profiles. This feature will allow companies to update individuals who choose to follow them. Company updates will appear in the news feed like individual posts... read more →