Can you buy friendship?
It's an interesting question and one even more relevant today as friendships now exist online as well as in the real world
I recently got into a (mini)debate about this subject over on LinkedIn, where a fellow user posted an article, offering a service of buying Twitter followers.
(See discussion on LinkedIn comments - note: exists within a group - membership required)
To summarise - the poster was offering to get followers for your brand / product via click-sites Read more [...]
I am currently working with several companies to develop their online marketing via Twitter, Facebook etc.
A new client currently has a profile, which they actively use, and a Group. However, I wonder if this is the most effective way of marketing their company, besides which, having 2 searchable profiles (group and page) is confusing to the searching user and hard work to maintain.
I am proposing they focus instead on a Fan page. However, with more than 2500 members of the group, moving Read more [...]
Link to Breaking Waves: Birmingham Snow Wave
Breaking Waves A Google Waves Experiment
BACKGROUND OF GOOGLE WAVE
Google Wave was previewed to Google employees on May 27th 2009. Described as a “personal communication and collaboration tool” it was gradually rolled out from September 2009 via invitation. A combination of instant messenger and email, users could send messages to their contacts in a chain (similar to Google Mail) but then move back UP the chain, and insert text, images, video Read more [...]
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