A billion users and a trillion dollars. The last hurrah of Facebook and Apple?

 

Apple and Facebook ride off into SunsetSergey Brin recently listed Apple and Facebook among threats to the open web. While Birn’s comments could be a case of sour grapes, there is not much of an argument that both Apple and Facebook do operate behind walled gardens. Brin noted that Google would never have come into existence if Facebook were dominant. […]

Are you really going to ‘like’ your own post?

There are bigger things to worry about but this came together rather effortlessly. I also found an FB Page dedicated to the cause…maybe the issue is not as inconsequential as I think :). I’m going to make time for a Halloween and Hollywood themed parody series of similar work until the end of this month. Read more about Are you really going to ‘like’ your own post?[…]

Google Plus vs. WordPress? Whut?

 

 

Let’s face it, with the healthy lead of 750 million+ users, established by Facebook, Google Plus will take a good while to catch up. Even if the mainstream are to ‘overcome social media fatigue’, that is.

Twitter conversation about social media fatigue

So we plod along on G+, in wonderment of the growing ‘circularity’ of the early adoptscoble, et al. […]

Will YOU Ditch Facebook for Google Plus?

  So Google Plus is here and there’s a lot of features that seem attractive and set it apart (as of now). Hangouts or group video chats. An easy way to organize your contacts based on ‘circles’ of interest . You can do this in Facebook with ‘lists’ but Google’s implementation is more intuitive. etc. Read more about Will YOU Ditch Facebook for Google Plus?[…]

Stuff Missing in Twitter ‘How To’ Books

My Mom would probably never use Twitter. Come to think of it, neither would my ‘Facebook’ savvy brothers, one of whom probably has more tech skills than the average bloke (bet he still remembers at least 5 DOS commands) If only they read the ‘How to‘ books about  Twitter, which outnumber by 1:100, similar books Read more about Stuff Missing in Twitter ‘How To’ Books[…]

Evolution: Blog to ‘Aggro-Hub’?

  Over all, the online marketing community over-emphasizes on blogs as being the HUB of customer engagement…though, I admit – with good reason (as of now). Hubs of the future, may not be centralized and could be a collection of third party sites (which will wax and wane in popularity). We are probably seeing the Read more about Evolution: Blog to ‘Aggro-Hub’?[…]