Mined from our VC community ( 600+ VC ranked by influence), here are the expressions that VC bloggers use when talking about the sFund. So far, it generated a significant level of buzz for Kleiner Perkins: 5% of the daily conversations in that community, that represent a 5X comparing to the average level for Kleiner […]
That question is a recurring theme and a critical question in social media. As an introduction, here are the key expressions (*) mentioned in the Social Marketing Community when talking about “quantity and quality” (**): It’s interesting to see that: time & work are high up in the list. many expressions are around seo, link […]
Here are the top 150 Social Media Marketing Blogs as of Sept 2010: Chris Brogan, Jeremiah Owyang, and Brian Solis are consistently the most influential of the pack with posts from social media metrics, to insightful web strategies. The top movers/new entrants in our top influencer in social media marketing are: SocialTimes.com Creative Traction Planting […]
Canada Dry used to have this ad in the French market: “It’s like alcohol, it has the taste of alcohol, but it’s not.” Looking at all the buzz and $ injected in Enterprise 2.0, I’m wondering whether Enterprise 2.0 is not becoming the Canada Dry of Social Networking. “It’s like social media, it has the […]
That’s it. The revolution has happened, is happening, will continue to happen. Social media is everywhere. It’s changing how human work together.
Last week end, I went for a sweet bike ride across the beautiful and very wet Santa Cruz mountains (quite a rainy winter here). I caught up with a group of Rock Lobsters crawling swiftly up the road ;-).
Cats and Dogs aren’t the best friends on earth. There’re exceptions but, as a dog owner myself, I can testify of the profound animosity between the two species.
Let’s put it that way, they’re not socially inclined to eachother.
Does this translate to this new planet that we call social media?
It’s amazing to look at words and expressions and to infer the history behind them. So this is just a quick post with observations on oxymorons in the online world. Online newspaper is an oxymoron. It the news is online, then there is no paper. The words online newspaper tells us that newspaper industry resisted […]
Today I stumbled on this post, where we find out that we don’t trust much our online friends.
It’s just a survey and I think it can be taken with a grain of salt. I’ve seen similar surveys on trust and the digital world.
Why would we be surprised? But to me, you can trust your online friends as much as your offline friends…IF and ONLY IF we talk about the same kind of friends.
I read this great article from Lee Odden on Mashable and I would like to illustrate some shortcoming of social media monitoring and what it takes to fully reap the benefits of social media in marketing. Using Lee’s example of hybrid car, let’s start building a fictive business case: you’re Toyota and you want to […]
Ever wonder what the conversation is all about in the Social Media Marketing community?
Here’s our answer after running a semi-automated profiling of our social media marketing community (+1000 blogs, 74000 posts over the past 6 months stored in eCairn Conversation(tm):