Monthly Archives: March 2011

Facebook – will the bubble burst?

I was having lunch last week with a friend and we were discussing social media and all its ramifications. I mentioned how important I thought it was that his company utilize Facebook as a way of creating deeper relationships with … Continue reading

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Non-profit social media: The tortoise or the hare

When Craig Newmark, the founder of Craig’s List, jumped into the charity/non-profit world with last week’s announcement of craigconnects it added yet another potential fundraising platform to social media. From Facebook causes to Jumo to Swipegood – there are literally … Continue reading

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Social Media – Are we privy to too much?

One of the bigger ‘conversations’ in the social media space has to do with privacy. We worry about who knows who we are and what we are doing and – more importantly – what they are doing with our information? … Continue reading

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Foursquare – What’s the point for your business?

Over four million people are registered with Foursquare. How many actually use the service on a daily basis is significantly lower. Comparing that with the over 600 million on Facebook and almost 200 million on Twitter, Foursquare has quite a … Continue reading

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