- For Female Social Followers, Brands Rule
About one-half of online women in the US were fans or followers of a company’s social marketing presence in April 2010, according to a survey from SheSpeaks and iVillage.
- You are what you say: privacy risks of public mentions
In today’s data-rich networked world, people express many aspects of their lives online. It is common to segregate different aspects in different places: you might write opinionated rants about movies in your blog under a pseudonym while participating in a forum or web site for scholarly discussion of medical ethics under your real name.
- UK Evolution of Digital Media Survey Points to Consumer Rejection of Subscription Services?
The survey undertaken by HP illustrates that when it comes to the progression from physical to digital ownership of media, the UK population are far from being ‘Space Age’.
- Millennials: Generation next
Management reports suggest 20-somethings are an employment headache but it’s time employers woke up to our aspirations
- The Half-Life Of A YouTube Video Is 6 Days
A video on YouTube gets 50% of its views in the first 6 days it is on the site, according to data from analytics firm TubeMogul. After 20 days, a YouTube video has had 75% of its total views.
- Why Controlling Bosses Have Unproductive Employees
- Facebook CEO: private or public, It makes NO difference to us and advertising. Erm, what?
- Patients Like Me: Share Disease Treatment and Symptom Information
- Google vs Apple: Google Doesn’t Need To Win
- How To Use Google Wave for Live Blogging
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